Just $35 For Most Joplin Missouri Speeding Tickets
There are a few key questions you should ask yourself when facing a speeding ticket in Joplin Missouri: 1) Do I want to avoid points on my driving record? 2) Do I want to avoid higher car insurance each month? 3) Do I want to make sure that my driver’s license is not suspended? Because believe it or not, if your ticket is not handled correctly, these are the types of consequences that you can expect! For more information on these questions, please read on below.Only $150 for Most Joplin Missouri Arrest Warrants
There is only one way that points will ever become a part of your permanent driving record: it happens when you plead guilty to a Joplin Missouri speeding or traffic ticket. And this is exactly what the vast majority of Americans do every day all across the country. They plead guilty to their tickets. So how does someone plead guilty to a speeding ticket? Do you have to appear in court? Do you have to mail a letter to the judge? No, and no. All you have to do is simply pay the fine listed on the back of the citation, and just like that, you have admitted guilt.Only $225 for Most Joplin Missouri Driving While Suspended Tickets
Now you might be asking yourself, “So what? I was totally speeding, so why not just pay the fine and be done with it? Who cares if that also means I’m pleading guilty??” That’s a great question, and here is the straightforward answer: It’s a problem to plead guilty (i.e pay the fine on your ticket) because that will allow the state of Missouri to put a certain number of points on your driving record. And that’s just how easy it all occurs!
But receiving the points to your record is just the beginning. Because as soon as your car insurance provider learns of the points, it will jack up your premiums through the roof. How big of an increase are we talking about? As much as 35% above your current monthly rates. And if you calculate that out over the course of the next few years (before the rates could potentially come down, assuming you do not receive any more points during that time), you’ll be shelling thousands of dollars more than you would have otherwise.
But that’s not all!! Because if too many points become a part of your driving record over a short period of time, then the state will suspend your driver’s license for a year. During this twelve month stretch, it will be unlawful for you to operate any motor vehicles. So you’ll be catching a lot of rides from friends, Uber, or other public transportation for a while. And just so you know, getting caught driving on a suspended license will result in a misdemeanor criminal charge (which can come with potential jail time and a large fine).
So now let’s talk about something a little more positive! Let’s talk about how we can help you out in this kind of situation. It will be our main goal to get your moving violation (like the speeding ticket we’ve been discussing) reduced down to a non-moving violation (such as “Illegal Parking”). This is the goal because non-moving violations do not come with any points to your permanent driving record. And if there are no points, then there is nothing to worry about! So please do get in touch with us, and we will begin working 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!!