If you are facing a DUI or DWI charge in Kansas City, it is important…
SIS, DMV, DUI question in Missouri.
I got a felony DWI 2nd degree assault on SIS probation and off in less then a month. Luckily the person was not harmed and besides some bruises and such. Well so I have a refusal to submit to a breath test with the DMV and the SIS at the state. Will the refusal to submit drop off when my assault charge does? Or is that separate from the SIS?
The refusal to test is a civil action separate from the DWI charge and does not drop off. You will have to go through the procedure to get your license back. This is relatively straight forward and the MO DOR website lists the procedure, but if this is a felony DWI, you may have other issues holding it up. I suggest contacting a DWI lawyer in your area and asking for a consultation.
Unless you meant you were charged with a probation violation for failure to submit; that is a whole different can of worms that I would also recommend talking directly to an attorney for.