Jefferson City Criminal Lawyer
Experienced, aggressive former prosecutor
Randall M. England
(573) 990-9520

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611 E. Capitol, Ste 2A
Jefferson City, MO. 65101

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Randy England

Criminal Defense

  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • DWI defense

If you have been charged with a crime--whether the charge is felony, a mis­de­meanor, or a DWI--get the advice of an experienced criminal lawyer. Randall England was for 14 years a Missouri prosecutor and has tried hundreds of criminal cases.

Find out what your options are by calling Randall England at (573) 990-9520 for a free consultation.

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The Federal, County and Municipal Courthouses of Cole County, Missouri including "The Prisoner's Tour" of the Cole County Jail

Drivers License Resources (offsite)

Criminal Case RoadmapA Criminal Jury Trial

Areas of Criminal Defense

DWI ● Driving While Intoxicated, Revoked or Suspended ● Driver's License Reinstatement ● DWI expungement ● Passing Bad Checks

Drug crimes (marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine and other controlled substances) ● Possession & distribution ● Conspiracy

Assault ● Domestic Assault ● Child Endangerment ● Resisting Arrest ● Harrassment ● Peace Disturbance ● Weapons Offenses

Burglary ● Trespass Stealing ● Criminal Non-Support ● Shoplifting ● Tampering ● Robbery ● Forgery ● Embezzlement

Property Damage ● Animal Abuse ● Computer crime ● Perjury ● Hindering Prosecution Murder & Manslaughter

If you do not find the offense you are charged with here, I have probably handled a case like yours, so give me a call even if it is not listed.

Driving While Intoxicated


An arrest and criminal charges are just the beginning of a very serious business

A DWI or similar charge in Missouri is dealt with far more harshly than other offenses of the same level. This is because a person charged with--for example--peace disturbance--would face a single criminal charge and may end up paying a $100 fine.

With a first offense DWI, the criminal case--which can result in a large fine and a possible jail sentence--is only the tip of the iceberg.

In addition, the driver faces:

  1. the loss of a driver's license for the accumulation of points
  2. an administrative hearing and loss of license for driving with an illegal blood alcohol level
  3. revocation of a driver's license for one year if the driver refused to take a breath test; and
  4. the additional costs of legal representation and court costs in the adminstrative matters, the time and cost of an alcohol treatment program, possible ignition interlock devices, re-instatement fees and increased costs of auto insurance.

These consequences multiply with each repeat offense, sometimes making it difficult or impossible to retain employment.

If you are charged with a DWI-related offense you need to speak with an experienced criminal lawyer. If you do nothing, your operator's license will almost certainly be suspended or revoked long before you go to court. This occurs automatically within 15 days of your arrest, so act quickly and make a call. Call me, Randall England, at (573) 990-9520, and I will be happy to discuss your case and answer your questions. There is no charge for an initial consultation.

I have been handling DWI-related cases for over 20 years and have tried many of them to a jury. When I file my entry in a case, I obtain all the discovery in the case and make a careful review of every report, every test and every piece of evidence. The technical aspects of field sobriety testing, breathalyzer operation, maintenance and calibration must be examined for compliance with tight specifications. DWI cases can easily contain defects that can affect the final result.

My job is to review and develop the evidence in your case to find those defects. Only then can I deal with the prosecuting attorney to obtain the most favorable resolution to your case. While it is true that most cases are resolved by agreement, you need an attorney with the toughness, experience and willingness to take your case to trial. I do my very best for every client, to represent them diligently, keep them fully informed and to be available to answer their questions and concerns.