Dedicated Representation For Repeat DUI Offenders

The first time you were arrested for DWI, you may not have been too concerned about which lawyer represented you. But this time, the stakes are much higher. If convicted, you face much stiffer penalties and the real possibility of jail time. You should choose your lawyer well.

At Sindel Noble, we have earned a reputation throughout Missouri and in other states for our case preparation and trial advocacy skills. We understand the criminal justice system and the mistakes that police and prosecutors often make in criminal cases. After all, our attorneys include a former prosecutor, public defender, police officer and DEA agent.

When you hire our firm to represent you, we will aggressively defend your rights and freedom. Contact Sindel Noble to schedule a consultation with an experienced and determined criminal defense lawyer.

Defending Against Repeat DWI Offenses

Our firm will conduct a comprehensive investigation of all aspects of your case, paying particular attention to the legality of the police stop and the admissibility of the blood alcohol tests. We will also represent you in the administrative process seeking to protect your driving privileges.

Depending on the particular circumstances of your case, the DWI defense effort may benefit from the analysis and testimony of experts in blood alcohol testing and other disciplines. We have relationships with some of the leading experts in these fields. If we believe that the use of one or more experts is warranted, we can retain them in order to challenge the state's case. The defense attorneys at Sindel Noble will use every means at our disposal to defend your rights and freedom.

The Penalties For Repeat DUIs Are Significant

Penalties for repeat offense DWI in Missouri are as follows:

Second DWI offense — Up to $1,000 fine, up to one year in jail, one-year license suspension, ignition interlock after reinstatement, required attendance in substance abuse traffic offender program

Third DWI offense — Up to $5,000 fine, up to five years in jail, 10-year license suspension, ignition interlock after reinstatement, required attendance in substance abuse traffic offender program

Fourth DWI offense — Up to $7,000 fine, up to seven years in jail, 10-year license suspension, ignition interlock after reinstatement, required attendance in substance abuse traffic offender program

With the stakes so high, you cannot afford anything less than strong and effective criminal defense representation. Get legal help today.

Contact Our Firm

For a consultation about a DWI/DUI case in the St. Louis area or any other county in Missouri or Illinois, contact Sindel Noble.