DWI Basics in Missouri

By |October 11th, 2017|

SIR/MA’AM,
HAVE YOU BEEN DRINKING?
Missouri DWI- Legal Basics

By Joseph Passanise & Scott Pierson

Overview

Environment / Presumptions / Myths
Rules of the Road (Select statutes & case law)
Three Parts to a DWI
The Stop
Probable Cause for Arrest
Post Arrest (To Blow or Not to Blow)
Pre-Arrest / Post Arrest Search of the […]

Parents Eavesdropping on Children’s Conversations

By |October 6th, 2017|

A recent court decision ruled that parents may use electronic devices to listen in on telephone conversations when their minor children — so long as the parents believe the eavesdropping will be in the child’s best interest. (1)

Most states recognize so-called “vicarious consent” exception to the 1-party consent wiretapping law which bans outsiders from monitoring […]

What is Cellebrite and what are burner phones?

By |September 29th, 2017|

This Cellebrite Mobile Company is a device for data extraction, transfer and analysis devices for cellular phones and mobile devices.  Cellebrite Mobile forensics was established (2007) to produce software for mobile forensic purposes used by federal, state and local law enforcement.

Cellebrite offered to unlock an iPhone involved in the FBI-Apple encryption dispute concerning the San […]

Marijuana laws have changed first-time offenses

By |January 10th, 2017|

Effective in 2017, possession of less than ten (10) grams of marijuana no longer carries a jail sentence. Some small amounts of marijuana are now classified as Class “D” misdemeanors which carries a maximum fine of $500. A conviction will still be a criminal conviction so it is not totally decriminalized.
Repeat offenses will remain Class […]

Lawyers Arrival Means Interview Must Stop Even If Suspect is Not in Custody

By |May 25th, 2016|

LAWYERS ARRIVAL MEANS INTERVIEW MUST STOP EVEN IF SUSPECT IS NOT IN CUSTODY
By: Dee Wampler
    Police interrogators were questioning a man about a crime regarding the suspicious disappearance of his estranged wife and her boyfriend. The suspect agreed to come to the station to the interview, had the opportunity to travel on his own […]

Search Warrants For All Persons Present

By |May 25th, 2016|

 
SEARCH WARRANTS FOR ALL PERSONS PRESENT
By: Dee Wampler
   In a recent case a drug trafficking search warrant included the search of “all persons present” on a no-knock search warrant. The warrant included searching for drugs as well as “all persons present reasonably believed to be connected to said property and investigation.”
   As police arrived a […]

Can You Get Rid Of That Old DWI? Yes, It Is Time To Expunge Your Record.

By |February 6th, 2016|

Has it been 10 years since your DWI?  If so, then it’s time to get your DWI expunged.

What is expungement?          

Expungement is the process of closing records of an arrest, criminal conviction and/or finding of guilt. Expungement thus restoring you to the status you had prior to the incident occurring.  Once the expungement process […]

Dee’s Resume

By |June 18th, 2015|

R E S U M E
Updated 04/24/2017

1. PERSONAL

Residence:  5261 S. Stonehaven Drive, Springfield, MO  65809

Business:   2974 E. Battlefield, Springfield, MO  65804

Telephone:
(417) 883-1488
(417) 882-9300
(417) 818-3800
Fax:  (417) 882-9310

Email:
entrapped@AOL.COM
dee@deewampler.com

Marital Status:
Married to Anne Price Burress in New Market, Virginia (1965)

Children:
Allison P. Wampler Steiner, Springfield,MO
John C. Wampler, Columbia, MO

Religion:  Southern Baptist

2. EDUCATION:

High School:  Central and Parkview High Schools, Springfield, Missouri.
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