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Man goes to prison after 3rd DWI

A 31-year-old man with three driving while intoxicated convictions is headed to prison after violating his probation.

The man got his first DWI in De Soto in 2001 and second in Festus in 2005.

Court records show he was again accused of DWI on a revoked license on southbound Hwy. 67 at Meyer Rd. on Aug. 7 2008.

He pleaded guilty to all three and was sentenced to three years in prison, but that was suspended and he got probation instead.

He violated that probation on Jan. 17 and the three-year sentence was executed.

A person who is charged with three or more dwi charges in Missouri is classified as an “Aggravated Offender.” Aggravated Offender charges are very serious and require a serious defense. Bold and Aggressive attorneys like John Schleiffarth of JCS Law in Webster Groves can effectively fight charges like these. The law in these cases is very specific and even scientific. If you or a loved one is facing similar charges, don’t settle for prison, fight back.

Source: kmov.com, “Man, 31, gets prison time for third DWI”, January 29, 2014

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