In Missouri, there are five classes of DWIs, which differ greatly in both their sentencing elements and bail amounts. First-time and second offenses are charged as misdemeanors and, therefore, have lower bail amounts. Third-time offenses and DWIs that led to an auto accident and/or "substantial bodily harm" being inflicted on another are dealt with as felonies and will usually have bail set at $10,000 or higher.
Contact Qualls Bail Bonds today at 573-310-1534 to discuss your case with an experienced bail bondsman and to get yourself or your loved one out of jail today.
Glass of alcohol keys and handcuffs on top of fingerprint card denoting being arrested for dwi.