Only $35 For Most St. James Missouri Speeding Tickets
The easiest way for someone to take care of their St James Missouri speeding ticket is by hiring a good attorney to fix it for them. This is because when an individual (who does not understand the pitfalls that can occur when dealing with a traffic ticket in the state of Missouri) tries to handle the matter on his or her own, it almost always ends up in the same way: most folks simply plead guilty to the ticket.Only $150 for Most St. James Missouri Arrest Warrants
But pleading guilty to a speeding ticket in St James Missouri will allow the state to put a certain number of points on your permanent driving record. So how does someone plead guilty to a common ticket? All you have to do is pay the fine listed on the back of the citation, and just like that, you will have admitted guilt (and the points will start to roll in thereafter). Upon hearing this, many people will simply shrug their shoulders. They were in fact speeding, so admitting guilt (by way of paying fine) should not seem like all that big of a deal. But as I mentioned above, pleading guilty will allow the state to assess points to your driving record.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 wish to follow basic traffic law). This is significant because your auto insurance provider will use the existence of points on your driving record as evidence of the idea that you are a greater risk to cover. This is because, statistically speaking, people who do not follow the law (i.e. the folks who have points on their records) are more likely to get into a car accident. In order to cover this increased risk that you now pose, the insurance industry will raise you rates quite a bit!!
But there is actually more to the existence of points than initially meets the eye. Because if you receive a lot of points on your driving record (especially over a short period of time), the state of Missouri will suspend your driving privileges altogether. This type of suspension will last 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 penalty will be much stiffer than a regular traffic ticket; it’ll be a criminal misdemeanor charge (which can come with potential jail time and a large fine).
So what can we do for you instead? Our goal is simple and straightforward: we will work closely with the local prosecutor to get the Missouri ticket reduced from a moving violation down to a non-moving violation. A non-moving violation does not come with any points to your permanent driving record. This will be the guiding principle throughout the process!! Because as I mentioned above, the primary objective is to avoid the assessment of points!! So give us a call 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. contact us today to learn more!!