Whenever Rep. Brad Robinson, D-Bonne Terre, goes to trial on a felony charge of leaving the scene of an accident, he will be represented by one of St. Louis most powerful defense lawyers, Travis Noble, a former policeman and drug agent, who has earned a reputation for winning DWI cases (the Robinson cases involves no DWI allegations).
From the website of Noble's law firm, Sindel, Sindel & Noble:
Travis Noble recently secured a jury verdict of NOT GUILTY for a nurse charged with her 7th Driving While Intoxicated offense. He recently secured a jury verdict of NOT GUILTY for a client charged with his 5th DWI felony. He has successfully tried DWI cases involving charges of first offense DWI, Felony DWI and Murder Second DWI cases.
The website offers this description of Noble's background:
Mr. Noble concentrates in the areas of DWI, federal and state drug charges and other felonies. He served as a police officer from 1985 until 1990 and a narcotics agent from 1990 until 1995. He has instructed in the areas of Narcotics Investigations, Forensics, Criminal Investigations, Police K-9, Standardized Field Sobriety Testing and DWI Investigations. As a result of ten years in law enforcement, he brings a unique outlook and background in the defense of persons charged with crimes. In addition to trying cases throughout the State of Missouri, he has represented defendants in both federal and state courts throughout the United States.