Just $35 For Most Springfield Missouri Speeding Tickets
If you’ve recently received a speeding ticket in Springfield Missouri, please do get in touch with us as soon as possible. There is a sense of urgency, because each traffic ticket in the state of Missouri is assigned a court date (usually about thirty days after the ticket is issued). If you miss that required hearing (or if you haven’t retained the services of a good Springfield Missouri speeding ticket lawyer), the judge will issue a warrant for your arrest. We can handle arrest warrants too (but its much easier, and cheaper, if we are only dealing with the traffic matter).Only $150 for Most Springfield Missouri Arrest Warrants
To be honest, most Springfield Missouri speeding tickets are not fixed by an attorney. In fact, most people never even bother calling a lawyer at all for such things. Instead, they simply plead guilty to the traffic ticket. How does someone plead guilty to a ticket? By paying the fine listed on the back of the citation. As soon as you make that payment, the state considers it an admission of guilt.Only $225 for Most Springfield Missouri Driving While Suspended Tickets
For many people reading this, they may be thinking, “So what? I was speeding. What else am I supposed to do except plead guilty?” If this is how you feel about things, then by all means, please do plead guilty to the ticket. But a guilty plea will allow the state of Missouri to assess points to your permanent driving record. “Points” are like little red flags on your record that signal to the world that you are a “bad driver”. Or at least that is how your car insurance provider will view it. Any time points become a part of your driving record, your auto insurance will spike through the roof. Why? Because from the insurance industry’s point of view, points suggest that you are not the type of driver who follows traffic laws. And people who do not follow the law end up in more car accidents. As a result, the industry will jack up your monthly premiums to cover that risk. At the end of the year, even one or two points on your driving record will blow up your household budget.
And this is nothing to say of the very real risk that your driver’s license will also be suspended. This can easily happen when too many points become a part of your record over a short period of time. A suspension of this sort will run a full year, during which time it will be unlawful for you to operate a motor vehicle. And by the way, if you are caught driving on a suspended license, you’ll be hit with a misdemeanor.
So what’s the alternative? What can we do for you instead? What are the benefits of hiring us? Our goal is going to be simple and straightforward: we will work closely with the local prosecutor to get the ticket reduced from a moving violation down to a non-moving violation. A non-moving violation does not come with any points to your record. And if there are no points, then you won’t have to worry about higher insurance or a suspended license. So please do give us a call! 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 $40. But the initial consultation to discuss your legal issues is free of charge. So contact us today to learn more!!