Just $35 - Speeding and Traffic Tickets in Shrewsbury, Missouri - $35
There are fewer things more aggravating than getting pulled over by a police officer, and being written up for a speeding or traffic ticket in Shrewsbury, Missouri. The time, the hassle, and sometime the humiliation, is a cost you must bear any time it happens. But in actuality, this aggravation can be made far worse depending on how you choose to dispose of the St. Louis traffic ticket. There are certain consequences for doing one thing as opposed to another, and it is therefore very important to understand what your rights of law are.
FEES FOR A ST. LOUIS SPEEDING TICKET $35
For instance, if you were to sign the back of the St. Louis speeding ticket and send in money to pay the fine, you would certainly resolve the matter sufficiently with the court. But by doing so, you will have plead guilty to the charges leveled against you in the ticket. The result would be an increase in your auto insurance, because the state will assess points against your permanent driving record. “Points” are red flags posted to your record that indicate a poor history of driving. With each point added, your premiums go up. In addition, a large accumulation of points over a short period of time can result in a suspension of your driving privileges (if you receive eight (8) points in a period of eighteen (18) months, the state will suspend your license for up to one (1) year).
But the affordable Shrewsbury, Missouri, speeding and traffic ticket defense lawyers at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken want to make sure a different scenario unfolds. We want to take over your ticket, get it reduced to a lesser charge, and keep any and all points off your record for good. This is accomplished by immediately contacting the court, and beginning a negotiation with the local prosecutor. Once the amendment is made, you can breathe a whole lot easier, and not have to worry about making an appearance in court.
Shrewsbury, Missouri, has approximately 6,000 residents, and is a part of St. Louis County. The city’s origins can be traced to a plot of farmland that was 278 acres of total area. Shrewsbury was officially incorporated in 1913.
The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken is found on the corner of Taylor and Laclede in the Central West End of St. Louis, 63108, at 1 North Taylor. We offer a free consultation with an experienced St. Louis speeding ticket attorney to thoroughly discuss your legal issues, so that we can answer any questions that you may have. Our fees for a standard ticket start at $35. So contact us today to learn more!