Criminal offenses are serious charges that can result in fines, loss of driving privileges, a criminal record, time in jail, or even time in prison. Even a single conviction can have long term effects; among other things, a criminal record can interfere with your ability to find employment. A criminal offense can severely impact the quality of your life.
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There are a wide range of criminal offenses in the state of Missouri. No matter if you have been charged with drug possession, drug trafficking, DWI, assault, arson, trespassing, or any number of other crimes, KC Road Lawyers is here to fight in your corner. Leave the legal stuff to us!
Although misdemeanors are considered by many to be minor offenses, they can have serious consequences. The penalties for misdemeanor crimes can range from a $500 fine to a year in jail. Don’t let a “minor” offense ruin your life.
Felonies are serious crimes with serious consequences. Being convicted of a felony can result in thousands of dollars in fines or even life imprisonment. If you have been charged with a felony, you need someone who is looking out for your best interests.
Drug crimes, including possession of a controlled substance; drug trafficking; and possession of drug paraphernalia, are complex legal issues that are compounded by the interplay between federal, state, and municipal drug laws. Drug convictions can result in misdemeanors or even serious felonies. You may need a lawyer who can help you navigate the complex legal landscape.
Expungement can seal past guilty pleas or criminal convictions from public record. The new Missouri expungement law will help people who meet certain requirements to answer “no” on most job applications that ask if they have been convicted of or arrested for a criminal offense. Most misdemeanors and non-violent felonies, including marijuana possession, will be eligible for expungement.
In the state of Missouri both driving while intoxicated (DWI) and driving under the influence (DUI) fall under the heading of DWI. This serious charge can result in the loss of driving privileges which can in turn result in the loss of employment.
Assault and Battery, simply referred to as Assault in Missouri, includes more than charges associated with physically striking someone. You can also be charged with assault if you use threatening language or engage in threatening behavior.
The blanket term property crime covers a wide range of charges in the state of Missouri. Tampering, property damage, institutional vandalism, arson, knowingly burning or exploding, and trespassing are all examples of property crime. Some property crimes are only considered misdemeanors, but others qualify as felonies.
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KC Road Lawyers offers free consultations to individuals accused of criminal offenses. Call 816-738-5725 or navigate to our contact page to find out how KC Road Lawyers can help you with your Missouri criminal offense. Rather than risking your future, contact KC Road Lawyers to fight in your corner.