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Getting a traffic ticket in Missouri can have serious negative implications for your driving privileges and wallet. In Missouri, every moving violation you receive will add points to your driver’s license. If you take points on the ticket, not only will you pay the cost of the ticket on the front end, but you’ll also pay on the back end with high premiums, license suspensions, and more.
You should hire a traffic lawyer to fix your ticket to avoid all that. We have extensive knowledge of the traffic laws, driver license rules and regulations, license points system, and the state and municipal courts that prosecute these cases, and hiring us has never been simpler.
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Traffic Ticket Legal Representation in St. Louis & St. Charles
Being pulled over along the side of the road to get the ticket is a huge hassle – hiring a lawyer to fix the ticket shouldn’t be. No more yellow pages, phone tag, or cross-town meetings in the middle of your workday. Most tickets can be submitted to us online and handled remotely – you pay one up-front price for representation and we take it from there.
We are always available to discuss your specific traffic ticket. Schedule a free consultation with a St. Louis traffic ticket lawyer about your tickets so we can answer your questions about what you’re facing and how we’ll help.
Traffic Ticket Points
In Missouri, any conviction on a traffic ticket classified as a “moving violation” will result in points on your license. Points on your license become expensive – especially when your insurance company gets wind of it. Even the most minor traffic violation will result in two points on your license. As the violations get more egregious, the points go up from there.
Here are just a few examples of points violations that will absolutely break the bank if not fixed by an attorney.
- Driving While Suspended or Revoked – 12 points.
- Careless and Imprudent Driving – 4 points
- Speeding – 2 or 3 points, depending on who pulls you over and where.
- No Insurance – 4 points.
Anytime you pay your traffic ticket as is, you are pleading guilty! Not only will a conviction for that traffic offense live on your driving record, but you will risk license suspension altogether. If you accrue 4 points in 12 months, you will receive a warning letter from the Department of Revenue. If you accrue 8 points in 18 months, your license will be suspended. A first suspension is for 30 days, a second is for 60 days, and a third is for 90 days. If you accrue 12 or more points in 12 months, your license will be revoked for an entire calendar year.
Once you start accruing points on your license, your license is in danger. It snowballs. Once your driving record is littered with points, Prosecutors are less likely to amend future tickets, which causes even more points. Too many points and your license is subject to suspension or revocation. But just because your license is suspended doesn’t mean you still don’t have to go to work to put food on the table for your family. This leads to driving while suspended charges. It snowballs from there. Don’t let this happen to you. Get a traffic lawyer to keep your driving record clean, your insurance rates low, and your license valid.
How Do We Fix Traffic Tickets?
We fix your ticket by getting the prosecuting attorney to amend it from a moving violation to a non-moving violation. What this means in real life is that your speeding ticket is changed to a non-points carrying violation like illegal parking or improper muffler.
By having your ticket amended to a non-moving violation, you will not receive any points on your license. This keeps your driving record clean and your insurance premiums in check. Oftentimes, hiring the Glaesman Law Firm to fix your ticket can actually save you money in the long run.
How Much Does It Cost to Have a Traffic Ticket Fixed?
When you hire a traffic lawyer to fix your ticket, you will generally have two expenses:
- the fee you pay your lawyer for fixing the ticket and
- the fines and court costs are due directly to the court once your ticket is fixed.
The cost of both the lawyer and the fines/court costs may depend on the type of ticket you received, where you received it, and if any other extenuating circumstances might complicate the issue. For example, if you are ticketed for going 100 mph in a 40 mph zone, the cost will be higher than if you are ticketed for going 75 mph in a 65 mph zone.
Our fees are always transparent and upfront. By filling out the online traffic form, you will see the price of representation in your cart upon checkout. Assuming the information you have provided us about your traffic tickets is correct, there will be no further legal fees due to us.
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Unsure about submitting your tickets online? Call us anytime to discuss your specific traffic tickets and we can give you a quote over the phone. You can also schedule your free consultation. Simply call us or schedule a time for a traffic attorney to call you by using the following link: Schedule My Consultation.