Gladstone Experienced in BWI/BUI Lawyer

Kansas City Lawyer Experienced in Boating While Intoxicated

Missouri law prohibits boating while intoxicated (BWI) or boating under the influence (BUI) of alcohol, drugs, controlled substances or any combination thereof. Like DWI/DUI, the law states that a BAC of .08% or more is prima facie evidence of intoxication. If you are cited for BWI or BUI on Smithville Lake or any of Missouri's waterways, it is important to act quickly.

Call attorney Jeff Eastman at 816-452-6030.

Defending Your Rights, Protecting Your Future

I am dedicated to defending your rights and protecting your future. I will examine every aspect of your case, looking for a successful defense strategy.

I have extensive experience and training in issues relating to breath and blood testing. Whenever possible, I will seek to suppress the results of these tests or to challenge them in trial. I have developed a network of experts including field sobriety experts, toxicologists, pharmacologists, ophthalmologists who can and will assist you in defending against the government's allegations.

For aggressive, results-oriented defense representation, look to the Law Office of Keleher & Eastman in Gladstone, Missouri.

Consequences of a BWI/BUI

If you are found guilty or convicted of BWI, you will face criminal consequences that parallel the penalties for a DWI/DUI:

  • A first offense is a Class B misdemeanor
  • A second offense in five years is a Class A misdemeanor
  • A third offense in a lifetime is a Class D felony

A conviction carries the potential jail time and fines. It stays on your record forever. If you are serious about obtaining the best possible outcome in your BWI or DWI case, call me at 816-452-6030.

Contact a Gladstone Attorney Experienced in BWI/BUI

For a consultation about your case, contact my law firm to schedule a consultation.