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Effective Posession Representation
If you're charged, we can help.
When you’ve been charged with misdemeanor for possession of drugs, alcohol, or paraphernalia, you need an experienced attorney in your corner. Peter Lassiter and the other attorneys at the Traffic Law Firm are here to help.
With over 10 years of experience as both a prosecutor and private attorney, Mr. Lassiter has worked hard to achieve favorable results for his clients throughout the Troy, MO area.
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A Quick Look at Schedule Groupings
Schedule I drugs have been determined to have no medical utility, but are considered to be “high risk” for abuse.
Schedule II drugs determined to have a high rate of abuse and dependence. However, they have a specific medical purpose and can be prescribed by a Doctor.
Drugs from this category are similar to Schedule II drugs, but they are considered to have a lower risk of abuse and misuse.
Drugs in this category are considered the low risk for abuse and dependence under the DEA guidelines, but can still cause considerable issues for someone if they become addicted.
Schedule V is the least serious of drug categories because they have very limited quantities of narcotics in their chemical makeup.
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- Cool Valley
- Crawford County
- Creve Coure
- Dardenne Prairie
- Fine Collection Center
- Franklin County
- Hawk Point
- Lincoln County
- Macon County
- Maryland Heights
- Moscow Mills
- New Florence
- New London
- Old Monroe
- Phelps County
- Pike County
- Shelby County
- St. Charles Municipal County
- St. Charles
- St. John
- St. Peters
- Warren County
- Wright City
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Each U.S. state has its own traffic laws to ensure its citizens drive responsibly and stay as safe as possible on the road. In Missouri, depending on the infraction, violators are subject to tickets, criminal charges, or even jail time. To...