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AAA projects 54.3 million people will travel more than 50 miles to celebrate this upcoming Thanksgiving, marking a 4.8% increase over last year. Of the total number, 48.5 million people are expected to travel by car to their destination, placing 2.5 million more vehicles on the road than last year’...
If you’ve been arrested for possession of a controlled substance - whether it’s a minor offense for marijuana or a large offense for cocaine or heroin - you need a drug possession defense attorney on your side right away. Ed Brown and our criminal defense team have decades of experience helping...
In this short video, St. Louis traffic ticket defense attorney Ed Brown discusses different types of cases we handle. Most traffic offenses can be dealt with for $50-$100 in fees, which can be significantly less than the costs associated with a ticket, particularly in the long run. If you live in...
Would you download a breathalyzer app on your smartphone, if it was free and could help prevent you from getting arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol (DUI)? Chances are it ranks right up there on your “To Do List” about as high as wanting to hear fingernails on a chalkboard, getting...
An off-duty St Louis police officer was recently placed under arrest after reportedly crashing into a city-owned, Fire department SUV that had been parked outside of a fire department chief’s house. The officer, 37, was reportedly not injured in the auto wreck , and he is currently being...
Missouri Supreme Court Ruling Could Affect Thousands of DUI Cases Hundreds of people charged with DUIs between December 2012 and January 2014 may be eligible to get their cases thrown out and their driving privileges reinstated due to a recent Missouri Supreme Court decision. The decision involved...
Tips for Avoiding a DUI Arrest New Year’s Eve is one of the most festive holidays of the year. As partygoers across the nation get ready to count down the last seconds of 2015, however, law enforcement officials are preparing to target and arrest impaired drivers as part of the national NYE Drive...
Blood alcohol content (BAC) test results are often the cornerstone of DUI cases. Despite the accuracies of these tests, however, it’s not uncommon for these tests to produce unreliable – if not possibly inaccurate – results when mistakes are made at various points during the testing process...
Checkpoints are a common way that law enforcement officials try to deter and nab impaired drivers. Despite the fact that checkpoints have been in use for time, they have been a source of controversy in recent years, leading some to even call for them to no longer be used as part of DUI enforcement...
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