Keeping Your Driving Record Clear of Traffic Violations in St. Louis


When you get pulled over by the police because of a traffic violation (for example speeding, unlawful lane change, careless driving, failure to come to a stop at a stop sign, etc.), the officer will most likely write out a St. Louis traffic ticket.  This ticket is a rectangular-shaped document that will provide you with pertinent information like the court date and time, the violation you committed, and the amount of the fine. 


If you pay the fine, the St. Louis traffic ticket will be taken care of (and no warrants will be issued for your arrest).  But the state will assess “points” against your permanent driving record as a result.  The accumulation of points against your record can have the effect of raising your automobile insurance (because your carrier will label you a heightened risk, and up your rates accordingly).  In addition, several points over a short period of time can result in your driver’s license being suspended or revoked.  Neither of these consequences is a good outcome for you.

So how do you avoid these results, and keep your record clear of any negative impacts?  The affordable St. Louis traffic and speeding ticket lawyers at The Law Office of Jennifer Alter-Rieken have been making sure our client’s driving records stay clean for years.  Our goal is simple:  take over your case so that you do not have to make any courtroom appearance, negotiate a deal with the local prosecutor, get the St. Louis ticket amended to a non-moving violation, and keep away any points from your record.
The initial consultation is free of charge, and most (if not all) of the information we need in order to move forward with your case can be taken over the phone.  Or if you like, you can fill out our online form, and an experienced St. Louis speeding ticket attorney will contact you about the matter immediately.  Contact us today to learn more!

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