Kansas City DWI Drugs Lawyer

What You Should Know about DWI & Drugs

You can face a multitude of penalties when being convicted for any type of DWI charge. From jail time to fines, or suspended licenses and alcohol and drug treatment programs, your future and your freedom ins at stake. That is why the Guilfoil Law Group is here to help.

Call our Kansas City DWI drugs defense attorney at (816) 470-0172 to learn more.

Nuanced Defense for Complex Charges

In Missouri, it is illegal to drive when impaired. However, unlike BAC that clearly defines blood alcohol concentration, no such test exists for drugs and convictions are often made by more subjective means on a case-by-case basis. The state still has an implied consent law for testing urine, blood, or saliva and refusing to submit to these tests may be used as evidence against you.

You may be arrested for drugged driving if you are found behind the wheel with any of the following in your system:

  • Heroin or cocaine
  • Methamphetamines
  • Marijuana
  • Certain prescription drugs
  • Certain over the counter medicines

Honest Representation

Our Kansas City DWI attorney strives to develop a relationship with our clients to develop a strong case that protects their best interest. We know that we can help, and are willing to fight your DWI drugs charge.

The Guilfoil Law Group offers free case evaluations to listen to your side of the story. Call (816) 470-0172 to get started.


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Three Things You Need to Know

  1. You only have 15 days in Missouri to challenge the suspension of your Driver's License after a DWI arrest.
  2. A number of issues are unique to DWI law, and must be investigated before you decide to plead guilty or go to trial.
  3. DWI cases in Missouri often require a minimum jail sentence in addition to getting your driver’s license suspended.

Get Started On Your DWI Defense Today

Call the Guilfoil Law Group at (816) 470-0172 to schedule your free consultation today!

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