St. Louis Traffic Ticket Defense - $35 for Most Tickets

We Get Rid of Your St. Louis Speeding Ticket Fees Start at $35 for Most St. Louis Traffic Tickets

Almost everyone has been pulled over at one point or another. In fact, it’s pretty rare to find someone who has not. And chances are that you have been issued a ticket for whatever violation the police officer alleges you committed. When you receive the citation, one option is to simply pay the fine and be done with it. Doing so will take care of the ticket, but the problem is that the infraction will remain on your driving record. This can potentially have an adverse effect on your license renewal, or may cause issues in keeping a commercial driver’s license (depending on how many tickets you have). And of course the ticket will also affect your automobile insurance by placing ‘points’ against your driving record. As these points accumulate, your insurance premium will raise as result, costing you more and more each month to maintain your required auto coverage.

A St. Louis Traffic Ticket Attorney Will Keep Points off Your Driving Record We Only Charge $35 for Basic St. Louis Tickets

But this does not have to be the case. The St. Louis traffic ticket defense lawyers at The Bankruptcy Company have been taking care of the various infractions for which the police can pull you over for years. Examples of these infractions would include:

  • Speeding
  • Running a red light
  • Making an illegal turn
  • Failing to come to a complete stop at a light or sign
  • Taking away the right-of-way from another driver
  • Changing lanes without proper indication
  • Unlawfully using the diamond or carpool lane
  • Driving without properly functioning turn signals or lights
  • Driving at night without headlights
  • Driving over the median or on the shoulder
  • Driving without a seatbelt
  • Aggressive driving / road rage
  • Failure to provide driver’s license
  • Failure to provide proof of insurance

This is not an exhaustive list of infractions. Rather, it is a sample of the nearly hundreds of various citations that can be issued by a police officer. Each of these violations comes with varying points against your driving record that can remain on the record for a period of years. For example, a ticketed offense for speeding in excess of the posted limits will result in two (2) points assessed against your record in violation of a county or municipal ordinance, and three (3) points if is a state law violation (this occurs typically when you are caught on an interstate highway by a highway patrolman.

Our St. Louis Speeding Ticket Lawyers Wills Keep Your Driving Record Clean

If these types of moving-violations are not dealt with by an attorney, it is also possible that the next ticket received could result in the courts labeling you a “Repeat Offender”. Once such a designation is attached, the state may suspend your driver’s license and/or sentence you to jail. The affordable St. Louis traffic ticket defense attorneys at The Bankruptcy Company will do everything we can to make sure your driving record is as clean as possible, to make your insurance rates as manageable as they can be, and to offer the best advice for each situation that arises. Our initial consultations are free of charge. So call today!

Client Reviews
I contacted The Bankruptcy Company for a speeding ticket. The service they provided was excellent and affordable. After emailing them a copy of the ticket, they they took care of everything else. I have referred several friends there, and they all have had the same experience. I highly recommend them. Ann Schrodt
All I'm gonna say is, if your using this office, Jennifer P. Alter gets things done, answers questions, e-mails quickly & professionally .... totally recommend her .... SHE ROCKS!! Andre Valentini
I've used this firm twice, both for speeding tickets. Both times it was zero hassle: just a matter of giving them the ticket. I've also recommended them to my friends, who have had the same experience. (My friends and I speed a lot.) Highly recommended. I'm sure I'll be back. David Rieken