Driving While Suspended or Revoked in St. Louis - for as little as $225
Has your driver’s license been suspended or revoked? Were you caught driving on a suspended or revoked license, and given a ticket for it? If so, it is very important to make sure that the ticket is handled properly. Because if you treat a St. Louis Driving While Suspended traffic ticket like it was just any other ordinary ticket, the consequences can be steep. A conviction for a St. Louis Driving While Suspended will stay on your permanent driving record forever (and you will not have an opportunity later on to get it expunged). This will cause your automobile insurance to spike tremendously. In addition, the number of “points” that the state will assess to your record is incredibly high. But you can avoid these problems if you hire the right law firm to take care of the ticket.
A ST. LOUIS SPEEDING TICKET LAWYER CAN MAKE SURE YOUR LICENSE IS CLEAR
It is also possible to have your license reinstated. But there are certain requirements that the state has in order to do so. The requirements depend on the reason for why your license was suspended in the first place. The following are a few examples:
1. If your license was suspended because of unpaid St. Louis traffic or speeding tickets, it will necessary for you to pay the associated fines. In most cases, you will also have to request compliance letters from each traffic court showing proof that you have paid those fines before the state of Missouri will reinstate your license.
2. If your license was suspended or revoked because of a refusal to take a breathalyzer test, the state will most likely require that you take a SATOP (Substance Abuse Traffic Offenders Program) class before reinstatement.
3. If your license was suspended because of a failure to provide adequate insurance, you will have to show that you have first purchased liability automobile coverage before you can get your driver’s license reinstated.
The affordable St. Louis traffic ticket attorneys at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have been assisting people with their traffic ticket issues for over ten (10) years. Our team is highly experienced in dealing with all variety of legal matters, and making sure that your record is kept clean. The process we follow is simple: after we take over your case, we begin immediate negotiations with the local prosecutor to get the charge of Driving While Suspended or Revoked reduced to a lesser infraction. This is done by requesting that your moving violation be amended to a non-moving violation. As a result, no points will be put on your record, your car insurance will be unaffected, and your driving record will be kept clear of such an ugly mark. The fees for a standard Driving While Suspended traffic ticket are $225. But the consultation to discuss the matter is free of charge. So contact us today to learn more!!