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Forrest K. Wegge

Prosecutor

Jefferson County

HQ Phone:  (636) 937-7940

Email: f***@***.org

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Jefferson County

1250 Dooling Hollow Rd

Festus, Missouri,63028

United States

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www.TheDogPress.com

Interview with Jefferson County Prosecutor, Mr. Forrest K. Wegge


www.stltoday.com

Jefferson County Prosecutor Forrest Wegge began using the kits as probable cause about five years ago.
Charging offenders instead of waiting for lab results helps get offenders into rehabilitation or drug courts sooner, Wegge said. "Waiting eight to 10 months makes a big difference in someone's addiction," he said. Posted in Crime-and-courts, Metro on Monday, June 25, 2012 12:00 am Updated: 9:37 pm. | Tags: Bob Mcculloch, Tim Fitch, St. Louis County, Tim Whitney, Jason Grellner, Franklin County, Jefferson County, Forrest Wegge, Christine Byers, Methamphetamine, Pseudoephedrine,


www.officer.com

Jefferson County Prosecutor Forrest Wegge began using the kits as probable cause about five years ago.
Charging offenders instead of waiting for lab results helps get offenders into rehabilitation or drug courts sooner, Wegge said. "Waiting eight to 10 months makes a big difference in someone's addiction," he said.


www.stltoday.com

It will then be presented to Jefferson County Prosecutor Forrest Wegge to consider charges.


www.pulledover.com

Jefferson County's prosecutor, Forrest Wegge, got a no-suspension deal for his own 2003 DWI arrest near Kansas City.
He said the county's practice was not based on his personal experience, but was an effort to keep the public safe. He said that sometimes it was better to try to control a repeat offender's driving habits through a plea deal that imposes special conditions on driving, rather than simply suspending a license, knowing the person will probably drive anyway. "If revoking someone's license actually prevented further drunk driving incidents, I would not even consider (giving up on) an appeal where the individual had a prior alcohol contact," he said.


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