Find instructions below to petition the court for a LDP or limited driving privilege during a 5 year denial. I recommend hiring an attorney to handle this for you as it can be very frustrating if not done properly.
From the Missouri Department of Revenue's Website:
File a petition with the circuit court in the county where you live or work: •A filing fee and court costs will be required if you file a petition with the court.
• You may need to seek legal advice when filing your petition....
He needs to contact his attorney handling his DWI case. They will know all the circumstances and can best answer these questions. If he has not hired an attorney, he needs to contact one ASAP. These are all serious offenses that can cause major issues in his and most likely your future if not handled properly.
This happens very frequently in the St. Louis Area and surrounding counties. If you have money for bail, then they believe you can come up with money for an attorney. There are attorneys that will take bond assignment for attorneys fees. It would most likely depend on the amount of the cash bond paid. If the clerk told you this, she must be familiar with some attorneys in your area that do this frequently. I would suggest calling some attorneys directly in your area and discussing your...
You need to contact an attorney to go to the hearing with you. They very well may find out or already know about the DWI. You may have violated probation simply by not disclosing your arrest to the court. The Judge may issue a warrant and set a probation violation hearing. The Judge could also just allow you to finish your probation. Contact an attorney to assist you in this matter ASAP.
Most likely you're referring to the case being "bound over" or in the case of the preliminary hearing being waived, sent directly to the Circuit Court for trial. Hopefully you already have an attorney for this matter as it seems you or someone you know is facing a felony. If you have an attorney, you should discuss this with them, if not, you should find one as soon as possible. Felony DWI or Felony Assault are very serious charges and need a serious defense.
3.5 inch heels make a person a poor candidate for any balance tests such as the WAT and the OLS. There are likely other issues in your arrest as well that could lead to an acquittal or a reduced charge as part of a plea agreement.
I suggest you contact a lawyer right away and that you look to fight your case.
In Missouri, this is the adopted training standard for law enforcement. It can have a significant impact on the result of your case, but only if hey attorney you hire know what to look for and how to use it. DWI law is very specific and scientific in nature and it takes a serious defense with the right knowledge to achieve successful outcomes. Always hire a local DWI Lawyer to defend a DWI charge.