The Krupp Law Firm has 30+ years of experience serving residents of the St. Louis area.
Town And Country police are always on the look out for what they believe are impaired drivers. The main roads of Highway 270, Highway 40/64, Clayton Road are heavily policed and a hot spot for DUI / DWI tickets. Ryan Krupp is an expert in Missouri DWI laws. He knows how to build a strong case and find mistakes police may have made during your DWI arrest.
The Krupp Law Firm offers a free discreet initial consultation. DWI charges are serious and have life altering repercussions do not hesitate to call us immediately.
If you are arrested or pulled over for DWI in Town and Country, MO and it is your first or second offense, then you are most likely to be issued a citation in Town And Country Municipal Court.
Town and Country, MO DUI / DWI First Offense
If you’ve been charged with a DUI / DWI in Town and Country you need to contact Ryan Krupp as soon as possible. Missouri only allows you 15 days from the date of your arrest to file a petition to stay your license revocation. If you don't contact DUI lawyer Ryan Krupp it's highly likely at a minimum you will lose your driving privilege's for 90 days.
Your first DWI offense will most likely be prosecuted in Town and Country municipal court.
Town and Country, MO DUI / DWI Second Offense
Missouri law requires that if you are convicted of a second DWI offense, you must serve a mandatory 10 days in jail, with a maximum sentence of one year in county jail.
Time is of the essence call Ryan Krupp immediately if it's your second or felony DUI / DWI offense.
Town and Country, MO Municipal Court Location
Amazing group of people working here. From the courts to the police department. They helped me out a lot and were always so genuine and courteous. Thanks so much T&C!!!
Local Municipal Judge: Andrea Niehoff
Prosecuting Attorney: Ed Sluys
Court is generally held the 1st and 3rd Thursday of every month unless otherwise noted on the schedule. Doors open at 6:00 PM and Court begins promptly at 6:30 PM. Contact the courts or your attorney if you are unsure about your specific court date.