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Fighting Speeding And Moving Violation Tickets

Speeding and moving violations are some of the most common legal issues people run into. It is important to consider how the charge will affect your driving record if you simply plead guilty. In addition to rising insurance rates, accumulating too many points in Missouri can result in a license suspension.

If you accumulate 12 or more points in 12 months, 18 or more points in 24 months, or 24 or more points in 36 months, your Missouri driver's license will be suspended for one year.

If you are facing a speeding or moving violation charge anywhere in the St. Louis metro area, partnering with an experienced lawyer can help you understand the implications and all viable options for arriving at an ideal outcome.

An Experienced Attorney Can Help

As a speeding ticket attorney, I have helped clients in numerous cases — including careless driving, imprudent driving and simple speeding cases — get their charges amended to no-points nonmoving violation offenses. As such, insurance companies do not find out about the incident and it doesn't affect insurance rates.

When you work with me, I will:

  • Appear in court so you don't have to
  • Keep your driving record clean so your insurance rates are low
  • File any legal documents necessary to resolve your case

Because a significant portion of my practice is dedicated to criminal defense, I am able to look at all details related to your violation to find out what the best possible options are.

I will work closely with you to provide the accessible and responsive representation you need. I will take time to listen to you, answer your questions, return calls promptly and keep you informed about the status of your case.

To discuss any aspect of a Missouri driving violation in a free initial consultation, call 314-400-2302 or email me online.

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