Only $35 For Most St. Clair Missouri Speeding Tickets
When most people think about speeding tickets in St. Clair Missouri (or really anywhere throughout the state), they worry about the normal issues associated with traffic matters: 1) points on your driving record; 2) much higher car insurance; 3) and a possible suspension of their driver’s license. These are all legitimate concerns when speaking about traffic tickets in the state of Missouri. But although this might be a concern for most folks, you’d never know it by the way they go about handling their tickets!Only $150 for Most St. Clair Missouri Arrest Warrants
Instead of hiring a good, experienced attorney to fix their St Clair Missouri speeding ticket, most people will represent themselves by simply paying the fine listed on the back of the citation itself. This may seem like the logical thing to do (they make it seem so easy on the printed instructions!!) But the reality of the matter is quite different! Because paying the fine on your Missouri ticket is the same thing as pleading guilty to the charge of speeding.Only $225 for Most St. Clair Missouri Driving While Suspended Tickets
Again, this may not seem to be like all that big of a deal on the surface (especially since you very likely were in fact travelling faster than the posted limit). But admitting guilt will allow the state of Missouri to put points on your permanent driving record. And even one or two points will blow up your monthly car insurance rates (by as much as 35% above what you are currently paying). But if you really want to make yourself sick, you should now calculate out the total increased cost that you’ll incur over the next several years (because now we’re talking about thousands of extra dollars being pushed out the door towards your car insurance provider; money that could have gone to important household expenses, like rent, food, clothing, and utilities).
There is one more thing to make you aware of when it comes to points on your record: if you get too many (over a short period of time), the state will automatically suspend your driving privileges for a full year. During this period of time, it will be unlawful to operate a motor vehicle. In other words, it’s going to be a situation in which you catch a lot of rides from friends and family. 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).
So what can we do for you instead? What sort of magic potion can we apply that will make everything better? Our goal will be to work closely with the local prosecutor to get the ticket reduced from a moving violation down to a non-moving violation (such as “Illegal Parking” or “Defective Equipment”). This is the goal because non-moving violations do not come with any points to your driving record. And as I mentioned at the outset, avoiding points is the way to go!! So give us a call as soon as possible, 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!!