Traffic Warrant Lawyer
If you fail to show up for court or a new charge is brought, a judge may issue warrant. Warrants are scary things because it is the order for your immediate arrest. Many people think to get a bond, but most traffic warrants can be handled by a traffic lawyer. 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
Warrants In Missouri
There are many reasons that could cause warrants to be issued in Missouri. Whatever reason though, you would not want to be arrested on the streets, at work or other public places with friends, families and enemies gawking. To checkmate this, you need to have a good knowledge of warrants and arrests in Missouri. This includes understanding warrants, how the officials come about it and how they are issued.
In Missouri, warrants can be issued for a number of reasons including missed court date, unpaid fines, failed drug test, violation of a probation or a new criminal charge. Once the active warrant for arrest is established, the suspect can be arrested at any location irrespective of time or circumstances.
Understanding how Courts come about warrants and how they are issued
Arrest warrant is an order signed by a judge to law enforcement agency mandating it to arrest a suspect based on probable cause which must be proven in court and in accordance with the court rules.
If a complaint is made to a judge in writing and under oath showing that an individual is about to commit an offense or threatened to do so against a person or another person’s property, the judge will issue a warrant for the apprehension of the suspect. However, arrest can only be issued when the judge has judiciously looked into the facts of the case and come to the conclusion that the suspect is the culprit in all probability.
In the case of felony charges, the case is filed automatically meaning you may not receive any warning about the charges being issued or a set court date to start. The case is rather filed by the Prosecutor, and then a bond is set followed by a warrant for arrest issued. The suspect remains in custody till bond is posted.
Irrespective of that, every citizen is considered innocent until proven otherwise.
Civil warrants are issued at small claims courts in particular jurisdiction and therefore rarely enforced. Rather, the individual that fails to appear in court automatically loses the case while the other party inevitably wins.
If you have any reason to believe that you have a warrant you can verify from the courts or check online, better still, hire a knowledgeable lawyer to assist and advise you. They will also help you ascertain the location and the reason behind the warrant and how to go about it.
Failure to Appear in Court (FTA)
If you fail to appear in court for any court summons or ticket, you may be issued an FTA by the court or a warrant for your arrest even. The court can report your failure to appear in court to the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR). DOR may in turn cease your driver’s license. At this point, your only course of action would be to settle the charges with the assistance of your attorneys.
If you have a warrant against you or have any reason to suspect you do, please consult an experienced attorney.
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.
Contact us if your ticket is not on this list so our traffic lawyer can be of assistance.
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.
Contact us if your ticket is not on this list so our traffic lawyer can be of assistance.
WHY SHOULD I HIRE A TRAFFIC LAWYER?
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 traffic lawyer do the work for you.
Speedingticketkc.com 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 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
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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