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


Although it may not seem like it initially, the most important part about receiving a Crestwood, Missouri, speeding or traffic ticket is what you do after the ticket has been written.  One solution to the St. Louis traffic ticket is to sign the back of the document and mail in the associated fine.  This takes care of things (insofar as the ticket is disposed of, and therefore no St. Louis arrest warrant will issue for non-compliance).  But there are certain consequences for taking this route (even though it may appear to be the easiest way to go).


Signing the St. Louis traffic ticket and paying the fine is the same as pleading guilty to the charges described on the speeding or (other) traffic ticket.  It is the equivalent of you agreeing that you should be charged with this infraction.  But doing so allows the state to place points on your permanent driving record.  “Points” are little negative marks that can have a lasting impact.  For instance, the accumulation of points can lead to higher automobile insurance, and possibly the loss of driving privileges altogether.  Losing one’s license as a result of too many points is a hassle if for no other reason than that getting your license back is a lengthy process as well.

But the affordable Crestwood, Missouri, traffic and speeding ticket attorneys at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken can provide you with a much better outcome.  Our goal is to negotiate a settlement with the local prosecutor, and get the moving violation that you have been charged with (like speeding) amended to a non-moving violation.  A non-moving violation adds no points to your record, and therefore keeps your auto insurance in check.

Crestwood, Missouri, is a city within the County of St. Louis, and is home to roughly 12,000 residents.  It is a part of the Lindbergh School District, and offers seven (7) different parks for enjoyment.  The median income of area inhabitants is around $54,000, making it one of the more affluent suburbs of the greater St. Louis region.  Buried within the city cemetery is Sargent John Sappington, who was under the direct command of General George Washington.

The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken can be found in the beautiful Central West End of St. Louis, at 1 North Taylor, 63108.  We are on the corner of Taylor and Laclede, and our parking lot is free for your convenience.  Our prices start at $35 for a St. Louis traffic or speeding ticket, but our consultations with an experienced St. Louis speeding ticket attorney are free of charge.  Contact us today to learn more!

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