Cass County Traffic Lawyer

Cass County Traffic Lawyer

Highway Patrol Traffic Lawyer’s Traffic Attorney serves clients in the Circuit Court of Cass County. Our  Cass County Traffic Lawyer provides services related to speeding ticket and traffic related consultation and representation. If you have any outstanding traffic tickets, warrants, or past traffic tickets you want off your record; use the “get a quote” link on this page to contact our Cass County Traffic Lawyer.

The information you submit is confidential, and we reply to all requests the same business day if submitted before 4pm cst.  Requests received after 4pm are normally followed up on the next business day.  For more immediate assistance, give us a call at 816-398-8772

Our price to handle standard traffic tickets is a flat $75 fee.  Fees for other services may vary, but our rates are among the most competitive in the area.

Traffic Tickets Handled By

  • Basic Traffic Tickets Handled for the $75 Flat Fee

    • Speeding
      • Less than 20 mph over the speed limit(certain exceptions apply)
      • not in a school zone or construction zone
    • No Insurance
    • Stop Sign or Stop Light Violation
    • Minimum Speed Limit
    • Driving on Wrong Side of the Road
    • Failure to Yield
    • Lane Violation
    • U-Turn violation
    • Following to Close
    • Improper Passing
    • Various other tickets(contact us if yours is not listed)

    All of the above tickets exclude any that involve a traffic accident


Cass County is a county located in the western part of the U.S. state of Missouri. As of the 2010 census, the population was 99,478. Its county seat is Harrisonville. The county was organized in 1835 as Van Buren County, but was renamed in 1849 after U.S. Senator Lewis Cass of Michigan, who later became a presidential candidate.

Cass County is part of the Kansas City, Missouri Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Overview History

Cass County was organized in 1873 and Fargo was selected as the county seat. The first county courthouse was built in 1874 and located at the present site of the Northern Pacific Depot. The building was moved to First Avenue South between Seventh and Eighth Streets and used as a YMCA and then a boarding house until it was torn down in 1967

A second county courthouse was built on Third Avenue South between Ninth and Tenth Streets. That courthouse is seen in the photograph above right. The 1883 Fargo City Directory states that the courthouse was under construction at that time. The estimated cost was $50,000. It was designed by the architectural firm Daniels & Proctor. Contractors for the masonry were Megar & Kelly. The building was under renovations when it burned down on November 17, 1903

The third Cass County courthouse (pictured in the postcard right) was built on the same site as the second courthouse (Third Avenue South between Ninth and Tenth Streets). It opened for business on July 31 1906 the building was 70×109 feet. It was built at a cost of $141,000.

Cass County Court Missouri

First known as Martin Van Buren in 1835, this county modified its name to Cass in 1849.

Although the clerk recorded specific directions for building a courthouse in Gregorian calendar month 1837 and known the superintendent, this order was rescinded at the could 1837 meeting, and therefore the court appointed another superintendent, John Cook. No further entries clarify the order, however the County Court Record will note that court was command at the courthouse in Harrisonville on February. 5 1838

Specifications entailed a 1-1/2-story, two-room, weather boarded building. One area was eighteen feet sq., and therefore the different fourteen by eighteen feet. 2 stone or brick fireplaces were to be in every finish, with the super of the chimneys completed with sticks and sensible lime mortar. the ground was to be ordered thus it’d not rock, shake or rattle.

Some speculate the building was ne’er erected. Others assume it absolutely was. No location was known, however Allen cosmonaut wrote in 1917 that he believed it absolutely was a log courthouse off the sq.

On Feb. 14, 1843, the court appointed Charles Sims superintendent to organize and submit an inspiration with price estimates to not exceed $3,000 for a permanent courthouse. this means that the previous courthouse was thought-about temporary. Sims submitted plans that the court approved in march one 843 and nominative a completion date on or before Sept. 1, 1844. Contractors were Henry Baker, John flute and George Rice. The two-story, brick building occupied the general public sq. that was enclosed by associate degree iron fence

Figure 1: An order issued by the court in could 1860 for building a replacement $15,000 courthouse caused involved voters to sign a petition complaintive such action attributable to depressed monetary conditions. They inspired the court to rethink the order. Irrespective this protest, the court proceeded to contract for producing the brick.

War erupted and everyone thought of building was laid-off. Troopers quartered their horses within the courthouse throughout the war, and at the conclusion of hostilities, the court declared the building unfit for occupancy. In 1865 sale of the three hundred thousand, 300000 unused bricks that had been factory-made 5 years earlier for the planned courthouse provided funds for repairing the 1843-44 building that served Cass County till the tip of the century.

A petition conferred to the court in Gregorian calendar month 1895 asked the court to develop plans and specifications for a $45,000 courthouse. W. C. Root, AN designer from Kansas town, role player the plans for Cass County’s third courthouse, that was inbuilt 1897

Figure 2: Thomas Wilson contracted for the building in December 1895 for about $40,000. Citizens paid $45,000 for the building by direct taxation in two years, which they had authorized in an election March 14, 1896. W. B. Harrison superintended construction.

The three-story, yellow brick courthouse measured 93 by 78 feet. Dominating the facade is the off-center tall clock tower. Cornerstone ceremonies for Cass County’s present courthouse took place April 10, 1897

Court Rules

Pursuant to Local Court Rule, and in keeping with the dignity and serious nature of Court proceedings, proper attire is required in all Courtrooms.  No participant in a case may appear in t-shirts, tank-tops, shorts, etc. or any other inappropriate clothing.  Attorneys are responsible for ensuring that clients and witnesses comply with this dress code.

In addition, Local Court Rule 11.1 prohibits the use of all electronic devices (cell phones, laptop computers, tablets, cameras, recording devices, etc.) in the Cass County Justice Center building.

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TRAFFIC LAWYER SERVING THE KANSAS CITY METRO AND BEYOND is a modern traffic law firm in the digital age with an old fashioned personal touch by our Traffic Attorney.

Our electronic process allows you to handle your basic traffic matter without ever leaving home. But, you will always know our Cass County Traffic Lawyer is available to answer your questions by just making a call. Kansas City local traffic attorney Chris Simons handles your matter from beginning to end, giving each client his direct email and personal cell phone number.


Cities we serve: AdrianArchie, Bates City, BeltonBlue Springs, Buckner, Butler, Cameron, ClaycomoCleveland,  Drexel, Fairview,  Ferrelview,  GladstoneGrain ValleyGrandviewGreenwood, Houston Lake, IndependenceKansas City MissouriKearney, , Knob Noster, Lake Lotawana, Lake Tapawingo, Lake Waukomis, Lake Winnebago, Lawson, Lee’s SummitLibertyNorth Kansas City, Oak Grove, Oakview,  ParkvillePeculiar,, Platte City, Platte Woods, Plattsburg, Pleasant Hill,  RaymoreRaytownRiverside, Smithville, Sugar Creek, Tracy,  Warrensberg, Weatherby lakeWeston,

Contact us if your ticket is not on this list so our traffic lawyer Missouri can be of assistance.

Statewide: Missouri State Highway Patrol and Sheriff
Counties we serve: Bates County, Benton County,  Caldwell County, Cass County, Chariton County, Christian County, Clay County, Clinton County, Cooper County, Daviess County, Dekalb County, Henry County, Holt County, Jackson County,  Johnson County(MO),  Livingston County,  Nodaway County, Pettis County,  Platte County, Ray County, Saline County, St. Clair County,

Contact us if your ticket is not on this list so our traffic lawyer Missouri can be of assistance.

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Keep Insurance Rates Low

Insurance companies review your record to see if you have had traffic tickets when you apply for insurance. If you have traffic tickets on your license, they are known to raise your rates as much as 22% for over 3 years. This can cost you over a thousand dollars.
Do not waste your money on high insurance premiums. Let our speeding ticket attorney negotiate a plea to amend your traffic ticket to a non-moving violation


Do not waste your time going to court and trying to plea your case in front of a judge. Let our Cass County Traffic Lawyer do the work for you. has a simple process. Quick and Easy. Our traffic attorney has you covered. Put the flashing lights behind you and move on with your life! Let our traffic lawyer contact the prosecutor and negotiate a plea to amend your traffic ticket to a non-moving violation!

Keep Points Off Your License

Missouri has a point system that keeps track of traffic tickets in Missouri. Speeding tickets are moving violations in Missouri and add points to your license. If you get too many points you can lose your license. These points last on your record for up to 3 years. Losing your license can be devastating to your personal and professional life. Do not let traffic tickets curtail your life. Let our Cass County Traffic Lawyer contact the prosecutor and negotiate a plea to amend your traffic ticket to a non-moving violation.

  • No Court Appearance (in most cases),
  • No Office Visit,
  • Flexible Hours to Contact Our Traffic Lawyer
  • Most Matters Can Be Handled By Phone or Email.
  • Pay with Credit Card. Check, Cash or Money order.

How Our Traffic Ticket Defense Works

  • 1

    Call or Click “Amend Your Ticket Today” and Inform us your ticket number and any other information relating to your ticket. If you are under 21, tell me your age.

  • 2

    An email will be sent to you containing all pertinent information including an electronic contract(you can sign it online with your smartphone, tablet or computer), request for pertinent information, fine and court costs, and a link to pay.

  • 3

    I will file on your case and set a court date and request a recommendation from the prosecutor.

  • 4

    If the prosecutor accepts my offer you pay your fine online(KCMO Tickets only) or the firm pays it with a check. Receipt from jurisdiction is sent and your email.


Speedingticketkc is now handling misdemeanors, felonies, animal control tickets, driving while suspended, DUI’s, and DWI’s.
Contact us now to find out our flat rates on those criminal matters.


flat free

It is true, $75.00* is our traffic attorney’s fee for basic traffic tickets. Examples of basic traffic tickets are: speeding under 19 mph over the limit, failure to have or produce insurance(but you have it now), stop sign or signal violation, turning violations, following too closely(non-accident), and several other 2-4 point violations.

Click here for a list of 2-4 point violations. Some Exceptions are made, contact our traffic lawyer to find out. More complex traffic tickets have different rates. Remember, the traffic lawyer’s fee does not cover fines/court costs due to the court. Contact us for a detailed quote.

*on basic traffic tickets