I received two DWI's within five years in Mo and lost my license for five years.
I have not heard of any state that will not honor Missouri's revocation of your license. There is an agreement where states have agreed to honor each others driver's license suspensions. I suppose you could leave the country... You may wish to speak to a local attorney about seeking a hardship license. You can use the find a lawyer tab to locate one near you.
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I agree with Mr Hardin. You are up a creek without a paddle.
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You can probably stay in Missouri and get a hardship license, assuming one of the other disqualifiers doesn't get you. Call an attorney who advertises as handling DWI or traffic law matters. I assume you have been warned, but don't drive ever again even if you have just been looking at adult beverages. The consequences of a 3rd DWI make your current status look easy. Good luck.
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