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November 2018 Archives

Retraining your mind to deal with anger effectively

If you have found yourself serving time behind bars in Missouri for your involvement in a violent crime, chances are some pretty significant events in your life led up to that situation. At Frank, Juengel & Radefeld Attorneys at Law, we are committed to defending people who have been accused of committing a crime. 

What is pink heroin?

While there is no doubt the opioid epidemic is sweeping the country, fighting it has been very difficult. Missouri is not immune to the challenges of keeping residents away from opioids and preventing overdoses and deaths. Things get more complicated when people find alternative ways to get access to these drugs. One such case is pink heroin.

Man committed murder after significant pressure from girlfriend

When violent crimes are committed, one of two outcomes may sometimes happen: first, investigators may spend weeks, months or even years trying to track down a suspect and the perpetrator may never be found. Second, investigators may immediately find the person responsible for the crime, but the evidence may point to another person who played a more significant role in masterminding the crime. In these situations, both parties may be charged with their involvement in the crime in Missouri. 

Can you overcome the consequences of a DUI conviction?

If you have been convicted of a DUI offense in Missouri, chances are your life has been turned upside-down. While you are coping with the legal consequences of your actions, you may have also lost the trust of your family, friends and employer. Rebuilding your reputation and overcoming the stigma of driving drunk is going to take you some time as you show the people you care about that you are committed to implementing a lifestyle change. 

Saint Charles man killed by granddaughter's boyfriend

Most adults in St. Louis may likely be able to look back on a time when they were young, immature and did not enjoy the same perspective that years of experience have taught them. If asked, they might say that the mistakes that they made were not serious enough to jeopardize their futures, and even if they had encountered such problems, they would have hoped that whoever was tasked with holding them accountable would have taken their immaturity into account. Such is the problem that may be commonly encountered with young offenders: the need exists to ensure that they pay for their crimes, yet few want to see that punishment derail what could turn out to be a promising future. 

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