Speeding Ticket Lawyer
Whether you are resident running late to work or a visitor on vacation or business trip, you can find yourself getting pulled over by a traffic officer for exceeding the speed limit in Missouri. Therefore, you need to understand the speeding laws and the range of punishments for their violations.
In Missouri, punishments can be imposed for violating the two types of speeding laws: the basic speeding and the absolute law. And the range of punishments includes fines, adding points to your driving record which can cause your insurance rates to rise, suspension and revocation of license, and even arrest which may lead to jail time
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 give us some basic information about your situation.
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
Speeding Tickets In Missouri
Everyone gets into trouble now and then, planned or unplanned, that is the beauty of life, that aspect of uncertainty, which surrounds our day-to-day activities. Driving is one aspect we can’t get to avoid, mainly because of how much and how often it intertwines with our activities, be it work, school, vacation, emergencies and so on.
It is often a jaw dropping experience when law enforcement official confronts one, be you a motorist or another road user, indicating that you have violated a traffic law. It immediately gets you worried… but you need not be because our traffic attorney can help you get out of this mess.
There are mainly two modes in which traffic tickets are issued; it may be citing a moving violation such as exceeding the speed limits or a non-moving violation such as parking violation. The tickets are mostly referred to as parking citation or parking tickets.
Some traffic tickets require that a notice of a penalty such as a fine or a deduction in points be assessed against a driver or owner of a vehicle; and failure to pay this generally leads to prosecution or to a civil recovery proceeding for a fine. In other jurisdictions, a citation constitutes summons to appear at a traffic court, with a determination of guilt to be made only by that court.
The violations, which could earn you a citation in Missouri
Now that we are aware of how a speeding ticket is issued, it’d be important to be aware of what you do that would earn you such a ticket also how it is calculated and most especially, what you can do about it.
How much is a speeding ticket
They generally vary upon how fast the driver is clocked within a certain traffic zone. It is definitely no secret as to how expensive it could be.
An aggravating aspect of this would be when you are caught in a construction zone, especially if workers are present. You and I are human, so ask yourself right now where you fall within the above-illustrated range. It is of common parlance that once you identify your problem, that accounts half of the solution.
Speeding Ticket Misdemeanor
Missouri “Nolo Publisher” labels a class B misdameanor as a basic speeding law offence, while absolute speed violations are considered class C misdemeanors.
It goes without saying that if these misdemeanors are not properly handled, they could result in expensive fines and potential jail time. This mainly ties with situations wherein you finally find yourself in court as a result of a citation.
- How Many Points are Speeding Tickets
Isn’t it amazing how our driver’s licences are being regulated? In Missouri, speeding violations account for 3 points on your personal driving record. If you convicted for a speeding violation in a municipal area, then 2 points would be added to your drivers licence. One reason why you ought to be cautious is … once you accumulate 4 points in a 12-month timeframe; you are eligible for an advisory letter from the Missouri Department of Revenue.
Now what happens when a speeding ticket isn’t paid
Two things are involved when you are issued a speeding ticket; it is either you comply and pay it, or you contest and don’t.
If you contest however, please be diligent enough to know how you contest because it may simply aggravate the situation and cause your even more pain. For example;
- You could be issued a warrant of arrest
- Suspension of your licence
- Heavier car insurance cost
- More fines and points on your record
However, there are times going to court and pleading guilty, the judge could reduce your fine. Suffix it to say our lawyer would make use of old fashion ways and add a personal touch to whatever traffic issue you may have… you are assured of the best to get you out of this mess.
Speeding tickets on your record
Generally if they are not contested and reduced, the violations would stick on your record. Also if your ticket is paid off, the traffic offense will remain on your Missouri Driving record for up to 3 years at least.
Suspension as a result of speeding tickets
It’s just a matter of logic; more speeding tickets usually means that more points will stick to your driving record. Considering that you accumulate 8 or more points within 18 months, your licence will be suspended for 30 days. A second suspension will last for 60 days, and a third lasts 90 days. When 12 or more points are pinned to your record in 24 months, you will lose your driver’s licence for one year.
No need to worry, we’ve got your back and obviously got you covered…
The main business of a lawyer is to take the romance, the mystery, the irony, the ambiguity out of everything he touches.
There is just an awe of ambiguity and uncertainty, which surrounds this aspect of speeding tickets. When something is uncertain, it is best to be certain about it before you actually tackle it. Our Traffic ticket lawyer at speedingticketkc.com is not just the best to help you tackle any speeding ticket you may have but we your ideal option.
The inconvenience vs. your chances in court…
It doesn’t matter how careful you may be, someday you could be a victim of a citation. Motorist like us get caught up in two worlds when under pressure to catch up with am important work meeting, class, date etc.
You are often like “I’ll just have to put more weight on this accelerator” and that’s exactly when the law enforcement official’s eyes light up. Instantly you get a ticket, this happens as often as you get that feeling… now do you really need to pay those tickets or can a lawyer help you contest it and reduce the citation or get you out of it.
Even though contesting a ticket generally requires an investment of time and money, if you hire an attorney, but it gives you a chance of beating the ticket. Moreover, hiring an attorney at speedingticketkc.com won’t be as costly as paying those tickets.
There are generally two ways or more of winning the case: the judge could find you not guilty after trail or the officer might not show up to court.
The fact that you are busy with school, work or other business and definitely can’t make it to court could play to your advantage. Even if the officer turns up, it is rare that he would make you out in your absence. These guys issue tickets to dozens of people daily; the human memory is not computer like.
This is one of the well know benefits of hiring an attorney; you won’t have to go to court, your life continues as usual and we accurately address the issue to absolutely benefit you.
Convictions are detrimental to you…
There are charges associated with speeding tickets believe it or not. When you get a speeding ticket and pay that fine or plead guilty, you get a conviction. There are ways, in which these convictions apply in Missouri, but they mainly accord you points, and points are not good. It may even be worse if you don’t pay the ticket, you could lose your licence.
The best thing to do at times is to eliminate it completely by contesting it with experienced stakeholders in the field.
Speedingticketkc.com has your best interest at heart.
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Basic Missouri Speeding Laws
The basic law requires all motorists to drive “at a rate of speed so as not to endanger the property of another or the life or limb of any person.” In other words, motorists must always drive at a safe speed. This appeals to the motorists’ discretions.
On the other hand, the absolute laws stipulate specific limits: 70 miles per hour on rural interstates and freeways; 65 miles per hour on rural expressways; and 60 miles per hour on interstate highways, freeways, and express in urban areas.
A violation of Missouri’s basic speeding law is a Class B Misdemeanor. Violating an absolute speed limit is generally a Class C Misdemeanor.
TRAFFIC LAWYER SERVING THE KANSAS CITY METRO AND BEYOND
Speedingticketkc.com 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 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.
OUR TRAFFIC ATTORNEY HANDLES TRAFFIC TICKETS IN THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS
Cities we serve: Adrian, Archie, Arnold, Ashland, Ballwin, Bates City, Belton, Blue Springs, Buckner, Butler, Byrnes Mill, Cameron Chesterfield, Chilicothe, Claycomo, Clayton, Cleveland, Creve Coure, Dearborn, Dellwood, Drexel, Ellisville, Fair Grove, Fairview, Fenton, Ferrelview, Florissant, Frontenac, Garden City, Gladstone, Gower, Grain Valley, Grandview, Greenwood, Holden, Houston Lake, Independence, Kansas City Missouri, Kearney, Kingsville, Kirkwood, Knob Noster, Ladue, Lake Lotawana, Lake Tapawingo, Lake Waukomis, Lake Winnebago, Laurie, Lathrop, Lawson, Lee’s Summit, Liberty, North Kansas City, Oak Grove, Oakview, O’Fallon, Osceola, Pagedale, Parkville, Peculiar, Pineville, Platte City, Platte Woods, Plattsburg, Pleasant Hill, Polo, Pleasant Valley, Raymore, Raytown, Riverside, Saint Ann, Saint Charles, Shelbina, Shrewsbury, Smithville, Sturgeon, Sugar Creek, Tracy, Troy, University City, Valley Park, Warrensberg, Weatherby lake, Weston, Wildwood, Winona, Wood Heights.
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Statewide: Missouri Fine Collection Center, Missouri State Highway Patrol
Counties we serve: Andrew County, Barton County, Bates County, Benton County, Buchanan County, Boone County, Caldwell County, Camden County, Cass County, Chariton County, Christian County, Clay County, Clinton County, Cole County, Cooper County, Daviess County, Dekalb County, Franklin County, Grundy County, Harrison County, Henry County, Holt County, Howell County, Jackson County, Jefferson County, Johnson County(MO), Laclede County, Lewis County, Linn County, Livingston County, Maries County, Miller County, Morgan County, New Madrid County, Newton County, Nodaway County, Pettis County, Phelps County, Platte County, Polk County, Pulaski County, Ralls County, Ray County, Saline County, St. Clair County, St. Genevieve County, Texas County, Vernon County, Warren County, Webster County.
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How Our Traffic Ticket Defense Works
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.
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.
I will file on your case and set a court date and request a recommendation from the prosecutor.
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.
$75 FLAT FEE FOR A TRAFFIC ATTORNEY?
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.
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
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