Just $35 - Speeding and Traffic Tickets in Berkeley, Missouri - $35


Getting a speeding or traffic ticket in Berkeley, Missouri, can be a hassle, but it does not have to affect your ability to drive.  Depending on how many St. Louis speeding tickets you have received, the state may choose to suspend or revoke your driving privileges.  The reason why the state may suspend or revoke someone’s license is to help keep the roadways safe for everyone else by limiting those with bad driving records. 


So how does one keep a clean record?  The first step in this process is to understand how and why a driving record can start to look bad.  Each time you receive a citation for breaking some traffic law (whether it was speeding or driving without insurance), the state levies a certain number of points against your permanent driving record.  For instance, if you are pulled over for traveling in excess of the posted speed limit, you will be assessed two (2) points.  These points are negative marks that can add up rather quickly.  The more points that are placed on your record, the more likely it is that your automobile insurance will go up, and the greater will be the risk that you might lose your license (through either suspension or revocation). 

But the affordable Berkeley traffic and speeding ticket defense lawyers at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have a different way of handling things.  Our philosophy is rather simple:  if a police officer has written you a St. Louis traffic ticket, we want to make sure that it gets reduced to a lower charge (like a non-moving violation).  By doing so, you will not have to worry about points being tacked onto your record (and therefore no need to fret about losing your ability to drive to work or school).  In addition, your insurance rates will be kept in check, which will keep your monthly premium from going up.
The city of Berkeley, Missouri, is home to many parks and recreational lands, including Edgewood Park, Frostwood Park, Independence Park, and Jackson Park.  In addition, Berkeley offers Ramona Lake to its residents, which allows for fishing and picnics.  The city is a part of St. Louis County, and has a current population of about 9,000.

The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken is located in the Central West End of St. Louis, at 1 North Taylor, 63108.  Our building is on the corner of Taylor and Laclede, with a free parking lot right next to us.  There is no charge for the consultation with a St. Louis speeding ticket attorney, and most of the information that we will need in order to take care of your case can be retrieved over the phone (or by filling out our online form).  Fees for a standard traffic ticket start at $35.  Contact us today to learn more!

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