Lafayette County DUI/DWI Lawyers

Aggressive Advocates Fighting For You

If you are convicted of DUI or DWI in Missouri, you will face harsh consequences, even if it is your first offense. Penalties can include jail time, driver's license suspension, lengthy probation and expensive fines. You will also have a criminal record that may make it difficult to find a job or housing.

Missouri's drunk driving laws are complex and constantly changing, making it difficult for people charged with DUI or DWI offenses to understand their rights and the potential consequences of pleading guilty to a drunk driving charge. At Aull, Sherman, Worthington, Giorza & Hamilton, L.L.C., our attorneys are well-versed in the nuances of Missouri drunk driving laws. We are on the cutting edge of changes to the law, and we can provide you with reliable counsel and aggressive defense of your rights.

Contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our Lafayette County DUI/DWI attorneys. Our firm represents clients throughout Mid-Missouri.

A Strong Defense Against Misdemeanor And Felony DUI Charges

Whether you've been charged with your first DUI or your fifth DUI, do not face the legal system alone. Our experienced lawyers have helped many clients get their charges reduced or dismissed. We have also won numerous not-guilty verdicts at trial. Even if you decide to plead guilty, having an experienced criminal defense lawyer could mean the difference between prison and probation.

Our firm represents clients in all matters related to drunk driving charges in Missouri, including:

  • DUI
  • DWI
  • Minor in possession
  • Driver's license suspension or revocation (including CDLs)
  • DUI homicide
  • Vehicular manslaughter
  • Expungement
  • First-time offenders, prior offenders, persistent offenders and chronic offenders

Expungement Of DUI/DWI Convictions

If you have a past conviction for DUI or DWI, this can make it difficult to secure certain types of jobs, especially at companies that are contracted to provide services to the U.S. government. Under certain circumstances, Missouri law allows past convictions for drunk driving to be removed from your record through a process called "expungement."

You can qualify for expungement if your conviction occurred at least 10 years ago, and you have had no other drunk driving convictions since then. We can help you understand the expungement process and work to take the steps necessary to clear your record.

Contact Our Lexington Drunk Driving Defense Attorneys

To learn more about your rights and options, call Aull, Sherman, Worthington, Giorza & Hamilton, L.L.C., at 660-259-2277 for a free consultation.