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Facing a charge in the Town of Lexington Municipal Court?
This article is designed as an introduction to the procedures that apply in the Town of Lexington Municipal Court located at 111 Maiden Lane, downtown Lexington.
Defending Against Criminal Drug Charges
This Article describes how to begin to defend against a felony drug conspiracy or resale charge
Defending Against Child Sexual Abuse Allegations
This article describes how to begin to defend against allegations of child sexual abuse
New York Gets Strict With Multiple DWI Convictions and Vincent’s Law
Beginning in November of this year, a new law attempts to keep multiple DWI offenders off the road in New York State with Vince's Law.
Gun Control
What You Need To Know About Indiana's Gun Laws
My blood was drawn for a DWI on a No Refusal Weekend… What can I do?
This is a summary of a few tactics Steve Bowling Law utilizes in defending DWI cases.
Your Texas Driver License can be suspended just for being ARRESTED for a DWI, even if later found not guilty!
A brief summary of the timeline to request an Administrative License Revocation hearing before your license will be automatically suspended.
Challenging Prior OWI Convictions
If you are under investigation for a crime or drunk driving offense, if you have already been charged with a crime or drunk driving violation, or if you have already been convicted but believe your conviction or your sentence were wrong, please call (855-321-8500) right away.
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