Just $35 For Most Speeding Tickets in Sikeston Missouri
If there is one big mistake that people make when they are dealing with a Sikeston Missouri speeding ticket, it is that they remedy the situation by paying the fine listed on the back of the citation. For most folks, this seems like the right thing to do: they were in fact travelling well over the posted limit, so now they should just pay the penalty and be done with it. But there is a big problem with following this strategy. Because when you pay the fine, you are admitting guilt. This in turn will allow the state of Missouri to put a certain number of points on your permanent driving record.Only $150 for Most Sikeston Missouri Arrest Warrants
And it is this set of circumstances that most people are unaware of (the idea that paying the fine on their Sikeston Missouri speeding ticket is the same thing as pleading guilty, which will then trigger points on their record). So what’s the big deal about points? “Points” are like little red flags that make it appear as if you are a bad driver who does not (or will not) follow basic traffic law. This is all that your car insurance provider will need in order to jack up your monthly rates. Even one or two points will result in an increase of at least 35% above your current premiums. That can singlehandedly blow a large hole into anyone’s household budget!!Only $225 for Most Sikeston Missouri Driving While Suspended Tickets
But even when I explain this to people, a lot of folks will still opt to pay the fine on the ticket (and take the points). Why would someone want to plead guilty, even though they are aware of the fact that the subsequent points will jack up their auto insurance rates? Because if you pay the fine as it is listed on the back of the ticket, you’ll notice that it is set right around $150. If you hire an attorney to fix the ticket, the court will not put any points on your driving record, but in exchange, the court will nearly double the fines to about $250-275. Now obviously, $150 is less than $275. But what people are not taking into account is that those points are going to add thousands of more dollars in insurance that you’ll pay out over the next several years. So why would someone pay the original fine and take the points? Because of short-sightedness.
But that’s not the only negative consequence of points. Because if you receive too many of them (especially over a short period of time), then the state will actually suspend your driver’s license. This type of suspension will last for a full year in length. During this period it will be unlawful for you to operate a motor vehicle. And if you are caught driving on a suspended license, then you will get hit with a criminal misdemeanor charge (that carries potential jail time and a large fine).
So what can we do for you instead? What sort of magic can we deliver (so as to avoid the above-described messiness)? Our primary goal will be to get your Missouri speeding ticket reduced from a moving violation down to a non-moving violation. Why? Because a non-moving violation does not come with any points to your driving record. And if there are no points to worry about, then we are in the clear! So give us a call, and we will get to work on your case immediately!!
The affordable Missouri traffic ticket lawyers at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have been taking care of people’s traffic tickets and warrants for over ten (10) years. We specialize in making sure that your record stays clean, your insurance rates remain the same, and that you are free to travel about in your car as you please. And we want to do it all at an affordable price. The fees for recalling a standard arrest warrant are $150. The fees for handling a Driving While Suspended ticket start at $225. The fees for a typical traffic ticket start at $35. But the initial consultation to discuss your legal issues is free of charge. So contact us today to learn more!!