Lake of the Ozarks attracts thousands of vacationers and boating enthusiasts from across the country every year. On major holiday weekends, the population in the area can grow to nearly a million people. Safety is a major priority, and Missouri water patrol is on high alert for intoxicated boaters.
Boating while intoxicated (BWI) is a serious offense punishable by substantial fines and jail time. Even though a BWI conviction does not go on your Missouri driving record, avoiding a conviction should be a priority. BWI convictions are part of your criminal record and can show up on background checks by prospective employers and others. In addition, people convicted of BWI are required to take a boater safety class and reapply for their boating licenses.
Dedicated Missouri Lawyers Fighting for Your Rights
If you or a loved one has been charged with boating while intoxicated, the Lake of the Ozarks BWI defense lawyers at the law firm of Deputy & Mizell, L.L.C., are ready to help. We have extensive experience handling all types of these cases, and we have a strong track record of success representing clients charged with BWI on Lake of the Ozarks and other lakes.
Our attorneys review all of the evidence the prosecution intends to use against you, looking for flaws in the case that can be used to your advantage. We present the strongest possible argument in an effort to beat the charges against you outright. If the prosecution has a strong case, we may pursue a plea bargain if we feel it is in your best interests. In every case, our only concern is resolving the case in a manner that is most beneficial for you.
Discuss Your Case With a Lebanon Boating While Intoxicated Defense Lawyer
Contact our office today to discuss your BWI case with one of our criminal defense attorneys. We are available during regular business hours and by appointment evenings and weekends. You can reach us by phone at 417-532-2191, toll free at 1-877-532-2191 or via e-mail to schedule your free initial consultation with a lawyer serving clients in Miller County.