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Explanation of the 15 Day Rule in Missouri DWI Cases

Missouri DWI Law and the 15 Day Rule

Your driving privilege could be suspended or revoked if you don't take action within 15 days of your arrest if your results of your test were above the Missouri's prohibited level (.08%, age 21 or over; .02%, under age 21) or if you refused to take a breath, blood or urine test after being arrested for DWI / DUI in Missouri. Contact an experienced DWI defense attorney now to protect your license.

What can you do to save your license after a DWI arrest?

Contact an experienced DWI attorney IMMEDIATELY after a DWI arrest to assess your case, implement a strategy, and file the appropriate paperwork with the Department of Revenue of the Circuit Court in the County in which the arrest occurred, depending on the particular facts of your case.

We are St. Louis lawyers who can help you with your Missouri DWI case. 

Call us now for your FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION at 314-645-7900.

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