A Missouri man is being charged with 2 counts of First-degree Bank Robbery after allegedly robbing an Irondale, Missouri bank on two separate occasions. Police say that charges came after they compared surveillance video with photos of the man and his vehicles.
Robbery in the first-degree is a class A felony in Missouri. If you or a loved one has been arrested and charged with robbery in Missouri, if convicted, you could face up to 30 years in prison. These are very serious charges that require a bold and aggressive defense. A criminal defense like John C. Schleiffarth of JCS Law may be able to get your charges reduced.
Source: dailyjournalonline.com, “Bond set for robbery suspect” March 27, 2014.
300 lbs seized marijuana missouri
A Georgia man was pulled over for a routine traffic stop in Missouri. Police say after he consented to the search of his vehicle, they allegedly found 300lbs of marijuana hidden. The man was later charged with 1st Degree Drug Trafficking. If convicted, the man could face up to 30 years in prison.
Law enforcement agencies in Missouri have become aggressive in searching vehicles during traffic stops. Everyone who is asked to submit to a search of their vehicle has certain rights, and law enforcement must honor these rights and follow specific procedures in order to legally perform a search. A St. Charles lawyer with experience in traffic stops leading to drug related charges will know exactly what to look for when studying a case like this. John Schleiffarth of JCS Law may be able to help you or someone you love fight Drug Trafficking charges in Missouri.
Source: ksdk.com, “300 lbs. of hidden weed found during I-44 traffic stop” March 22, 2014.