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Unlike the run-of-the-mill misdemeanor DWI, a third offense could trigger the filing of a felony DWI which comes replete with serious prison time and the potential for a 10 year or permanent denial of your driving privilege.   And don’t be fooled, BOTH the criminal matter and the driving privilege issues of a felony DWI require immediate, experienced representation.   That is why it is critically important to have a legal team with the resources, experience and level of skill necessary to represent your interests.  Not doing so could mean your life as you know it.  This is important because the right attorney will be able to discuss with you all of the repercussions that can arise from a potential felony DWI conviction. This would include the possibility of losing your driving privileges for 10 years, without an opportunity for a limited driving privilege.  An experienced and knowledgeable attorney would be able to advise you of whether you would be eligible as a participant in an alternative court, also known as DWI Court.  This court has the statutory authority to provide defendants with a Felony DWI the opportunity to obtain a limited driving privilege.  To many it is the driving privilege that is extremely important to them, so that is why having a knowledgeable attorney is important.

DWIs are politically potent.  Many advocacy groups actively lobby the state legislature to make the rules even more stringent than they already are.  YOU must educate yourself as to those rules and your rights.  As a former police investigator, JOHN M. LYNCH has the requisite experience and training to handle your felony DWI.  Trained by the academy, the State of Missouri and the federal government, JOHN M. LYNCH not only understands the various aspects of DWI investigation and litigation, but teaches it to other attorneys as well.  Key to your defense is being able to intelligently question the methodology employed by the arresting officer and articulating error to a jury and the court.   That alone is why having the right representation is paramount.  JOHN M. LYNCH has an unmatched record of success in state and federal courts all across the Missouri.  If you want successful representation for your felony DWI, the attorney you choose must be one that is familiar and practices in this area on a regular basis.  The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. is the prominent defense firm that handles criminal cases nationwide.

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Missouri and Illinois have very different driver’s license statutes and regulations. The ramifications of a conviction in Missouri for an Illinois licensed driver can be significant. For instance, many Illinois licensed drivers do not realize that incurring three traffic convictions within a calendar year can result in a suspension of your Illinois license. If you are under 21, Illinois only allows a driver to incur merely two traffic convictions within a calendar year. This includes any out of state convictions, including Missouri. Missouri convictions can also affect license suspensions and revocations. Illinois’ system is very different from Missouri, wherein a point system is used. This point system can be confusing and misleading to many Illinois licensed drivers.

Not only can traffic convictions cause many issues with your Illinois Driver’s License, there are many criminal charges that can have a significant effect on your license as well. Specifically, alcohol and drug related offenses can result in substantial license suspensions and revocations. Accordingly, having the right attorney can make all the difference in your life. Attorney Tania Aldaddah routinely handles a variety traffic, DWI/DUI and drug offenses in St. Louis County, St. Louis City, St. Charles County, Lincoln, Warren Franklin, Jefferson and other outlying counties.

Attorney Tania Aldaddah, who also practices law in Illinois, has been successful with many cases involving Illinois licensed drivers. The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC., provides legal services for drivers with Illinois and other out of state licenses that have been charged with traffic, alcohol, and drug offenses. The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. is the premier defense firm dealing with Illinois licensed drivers and Missouri offenses. Call us today (314) 726-9999 or take a look at our website at www.lynchlawonline.com.

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In Missouri there are over 90 municipalities in St. Louis County and many have their own court that handle various traffic and criminal offenses. Missouri and Illinois have very different driver’s license statues and regulations. The ramifications of a traffic and even some criminal convictions in Missouri for an Illinois licensed driver can be significant. For instance, many Illinois licensed drivers do not realize that incurring three traffic convictions within a calendar year can result in a suspension of your Illinois license. If you are under 21, Illinois only allows a driver to incur merely two traffic convictions within a calendar year. This includes any out of state convictions, including Missouri. Illinois’ system is very different from Missouri, wherein a point system is used. This point system can be confusing and misleading to many Illinois licensed drivers.

Not only can traffic convictions cause many issues with your Illinois Driver’s License, there are many criminal charges that can have a significant effect on your license as well. Specifically, alcohol and drug related offenses can result in substantial license suspensions and revocations. For example, a charge of Minor in Possession can result in a possible three month suspension of your Illinois Driver’s License. Accordingly, having the right attorney can make all the difference in your life. Attorney Tania Aldaddah routinely handles a variety traffic, DWI/DUI and drug, minor sex cases, and assault offenses in various municipal courts in St. Louis County, St. Louis City, St. Charles County, Lincoln, Warren, Franklin, Jefferson and other outlying counties.  In addition, Tania Aldaddah’s experience as a municipal court judge for St. Louis County- South Division gives her great insight into the realm of the municipal courts.

Attorney Tania Aldaddah, who also practices law in Illinois, has been successful with many cases in the municipal courts and cases involving Illinois licensed drivers. The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC., provides legal services for drivers with Illinois and other out of state licenses that have been charged with traffic, alcohol and drug, minor sex cases, and assault offenses. The Law Offices of John M. Lynch, LLC. is the premier defense firm dealing with the municipal courts and Illinois licensed drivers and Missouri offenses. Call us today (314) 726-9999 or take a look at our website at www.lynchlawonline.com.