Just $35 For Most Speeding Tickets in St. James Missouri
There are not too many ways in which you can successfully handle a St James Missouri speeding ticket. But the way most people take care of their tickets is absolutely the wrong way!! This is because most Americans across the country simply pay the fine listed on the back of their citation. But this is the worst decision you can make in regards to a traffic matter, because paying the fine is the same thing as pleading guilty to the charge of speeding.Only $150 for Most St. James Missouri Arrest Warrants
At this point, you might be saying to yourself, “But I was in fact speeding. Isn’t the right thing to admit it, pay the fine, and move forward with life?” This is a perfectly logical thought. But the problem is that an admission of guilt (by way of paying the fine on your St James Missouri speeding ticket) will allow the state of Missouri to put a certain number of points on your permanent driving record. This is how it’s done: you pay the fine; the state regards it as an admission; the Department of Revenue assesses points to your driving record. And this is why I claimed earlier that pleading guilty is not a good thing to do!!Only $225 for Most St. James Missouri Driving While Suspended Tickets
What are points? “Points” are like little red flags that make it appear as if you are a bad driver (or at least a driver who does not know how to follow basic traffic law). Once those points are assessed, your automobile insurance provider will jack up your rates through the roof (even one or two points will increase it by as much as 35% above your currently monthly premiums). Why would the insurance industry do such a thing? Because from their perspective, the existence of points on your driving record indicates an unwillingness to follow basic traffic law. And since people who do not follow traffic laws get into a disproportionately larger number of traffic accidents, the insurance industry must drastically increase your monthly rates (or at least that is their stated reasoning).
But that’s arguably not even the worst part about the accumulation of points on your driving record. Because if you allow too many points to become a part of your record, then the state of Missouri will suspend your driving privileges altogether. This type of suspension will last for a full year. During this period, it will be unlawful for you to operate a motor vehicle. And if you are caught driving on a suspended license, the state will hit you with a criminal misdemeanor charge (which can come with potential jail time and a large fine).
Are you interested in learning about other options? Would you rather avoid all the messiness described above? Our team will work closely with the local prosecutor to get your speeding ticket (which is described as a “moving violation”) reduced down to a non-moving violation. This is because non-moving violations do not come with any points to your permanent record. And believe me, this is the best, most efficient, and cost-effective method of fixing your ticket! So please do get in touch with us as soon as possible, 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!!