Speedingticketkc.com’s Traffic Attorney serves clients in the Municipal Court in the City of Archie in Cass County, providing traffic related consultation and representation. If you have any outstanding tickets or warrants, use the “get a quote” link on this page to give our Archie Traffic Lawyer some basic information about your situation. The information you submit is confidential and 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. See the many services we offer here!
$75 Flat Fee for a Traffic Ticket?
SPEEDINGTICKETKC TRAFFIC ATTORNEY HANDLES YOUR TRAFFIC TICKETS IN THE CITY OF ARCHIE. CONTACT US NOW TO FIND OUT OUR FLAT RATES ON THOSE CRIMINAL MATTERS.
- Speeding less thanunder 20 mph over the limit
- Failure to have or maintain insurance
- Failure to stop,
- turning violations,
- following too closely(non-accident),
- and several other 2-4 point violations. Click here for a list of 2-4 point violations.
More complex traffic tickets have different rates. Contact us to get a quote. Remember, the attorney’s fee does not cover fines and costs due to the court.
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