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October 2017 Archives

Missouri juvenile law: Teen accused of posting threatening note

A Missouri teenager was recently arrested for allegedly posting a threatening message online. The message was reported to law enforcement officials by staff from the high school where the accused attends. Due to the age of the accused, this should be a juvenile law matter; however, due to the severity of the alleged crime, this case may be passed onto criminal court

A criminal defense attorney's job does not end at conviction

So, you were charged with a crime in Missouri. Despite your best efforts and even with the assistance of a skilled criminal defense attorney, you were convicted of the crime. Think your case is done? Think your attorney's job is done? Think again.

3 DUI defense strategies to consider

If you have recently faced a charge of DUI, you may feel like there is nothing you can do to improve your situation. It is important for you to remember that in Missouri and across the country, you are innocent until proven guilty. You have the right to defend yourself against a DUI charge

What does education have to do with divorce?

There are a lot of factors that go into whether a couple will stay together or not. Few people in Missouri or elsewhere tend to consider that their education level has anything to do with it. Why would that matter, right? However, according to a recent report, education actually does play a fairly significant role in divorce.

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