Traffic violations | Waynesville, MO | Deborah Hooper Attorney at Law | 573-774-0095

Take your DWI/DUI seriously

Attorney Deborah Hooper has extensive DWI training and trial experience that she can put to work for you. As the former elected Pulaski County Prosecuter from 2007-2010, she knows how the system works from the inside. Attorney Hooper continues to spend the resources and time toward continuing legal education specifically focused on the latest DWI/DUI technology and defense techniques. 

When your driving privilege and career are on the line, get an attorney who knows how to find a defense

Administrative board | Waynesville, MO | Deborah Hooper Attorney at Law | 573-774-0095

Get an attorney with extensive DWI training

  • “Protecting Lives, Saving Futures”: A three day joint training course for law enforcement and prosecutors presented by the American Prosecutor’s Research Institute in conjunction with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHSTA).
  • “DWI Detection and Standardized Field Sobriety Testing”: There are very few attorneys throughout the country who have gone through this extra training and certification process to qualify.
  • “DWI Means Defend With Ingenuity Seminar, “A Recipe for Success: Trial Techniques that Win!”.
  • I regularly attend the DWI Law and Science Seminal conferences of Missouri.
  • Member of the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (MACDL )
  • Member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL).

Don’t make decisions without all the facts of your case

It is your right to receive full disclosure of all facts from the authorities. I will aggressively seek full discovery and then carefully review the evidence to reveal inconsistencies that may support a defense. If the elements of a full dismissal are not available then I can help you make an informed decision on a strategy to minimize the impact on your driving privilege.

Help is just a phone call away!

Plea deals can help you settle your case

Sometimes entering a plea deal will give you a better outcome than going to court. Plea deals will usually include a fine and some form of probation.

  • Community service
  • Probation
  • AA programs
  • Traffic classes

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