Arrested for DWI in St. Charles County? Call St. Charles DWI Attorney Travis Nobel today for help.
Protecting Your Driving Privileges after a DWI in St. Charles County.
Safeguarding Your Rights After a DWI in St. Charles.
If you have been arrested for DWI in St. Charles County you need to schedule an immediate free consultation with St. Charles DWI attorney Travis L. Noble by calling (314) 222-7822.
- Aggressive criminal defense on your behalf
- Nationally recognized for success and experience
- Proven record of fighting the toughest drunk driving cases
- Award-winning defender specifically trained in handling DWI cases
- Travis Noble has a background of 12 years of experience in law enforcement
If you want to save your Missouri Drivers License you need to act now. You only have 15 days from the date of your arrest to request an administrative hearing or your license will be revoked.
Do I need a St. Charles DWI Attorney?
When your personal freedom and future are at stake, the answer should be absolutely yes. There are many serious penalties associated with a Missouri DWI. You may be fined, spend time in jail and perhaps lose your job. Regardless of whether you took a breath test or not, you could lose your driver’s license.
A qualified St. Charles DWI attorney can help you fight to the charges and even help you keep your license. But you must act now as time is very critical when it comes to a Missouri DWI in St. Charles County.
About St. Charles County DWI Attorney Travis L. Noble, Jr.
Mr. Noble is a member of the law firm of Sindel, Sindel & Noble, P.C. His practice areas include criminal trial practice, business crimes law and drug law. Mr. Noble concentrates in the areas of DWI, federal and state drug charges and other felonies. He served as a police officer from 1985 until 1990, and a narcotics agent from 1990-1995. He has instructed in the areas of narcotics investigations, forensics, criminal investigations, police K-9, standardized field sobriety testing and DWI investigations.
As a result of 10 years of law enforcement, Mr. Noble brings a unique outlook and background in the defense of persons charged with DWI in Missouri. He has tried and won cases in courtrooms across Missouri, and he has represented defendants in both federal and state courts throughout the United States. Mr. Noble received his B.S. degree from the University of Maine and J.D. degree from St. Louis University. He is a member of the Missouri Bar, the St. Louis County Bar Association, the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the National College for DUI Defense. Mr. Noble serves on the board of directors of the Missouri Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He is admitted to The Missouri Bar and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri.
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Past Case Results for Travis Noble
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St. Louis County DWI Attorney Travis Noble secured 'Not Guilty' jury verdict for a nurse accused of a seventh drunk driving offense.
He secured a 'Not Guilty' verdict for a client charged with his fifth DWI.
He has successfully argued cases for those accused of first offense DWI, Felony DWI and DWI with injury.
A St. Louis Client Faced His Fifth DWI Arrest Hitting Police Car Head On With a .14 Blood Test. Travis Noble got the Case Dismissed!
A Cape Girardeau Man Faced his Twelfth DWI Arrest With A .234 BAC And Travis Noble got the Case Dismissed by lack of Evidence.
Judge charged with DWI after stopped for speeding, had open container and refused all tests. Jury returned NOT GUILTY verdict in 11 minutes.
DWI with possession of marijuana, license not lost after trial and criminal case dismissed.
4th offense DWI, failed HGN, Walk and Turn, One Leg Stand, ABC and Counting, Blood Alcohol Content .299 on Datamaster Breath Test Instrument. Jury returned Not Guilty verdict in under an hour.
Off Duty police officer arrested for DWI after accident. Refused breath test, ruled no refusal and return of license after trial, criminal case dismissed.
NFL Player charged with DWI and refusal to take a breath test. After trial license reinstated and DWI dismissed.
Dentist flipped BMW killing passenger. Blood Alcohol Content .18. DWI Manslaughter dismissed.