St. Louis Speeding Ticket Lawyer

As with traffic tickets, a speeding ticket is something almost every driver faces at some point. Although most people don't consider these tickets "serious," many people don't consider the long-term complications and effects on their record if they take no action other than paying the ticket. Traffic violations result in a set number of points on your driving record. Accumulating too many points in Missouri can result in license suspension. After racking up 12 or more points in 12 months, 18 or more points in 24 months, or 24 or more points in 36 months, a Missouri driver's license will be suspended for an entire year. While this is obviously inconvenient for the average driver, this is a threat to livelihood if you drive commercially.

If you have recently gotten a speeding ticket, I am ready to bring my experience as a lawyer to present all options clearly and help you work toward an ideal outcome. I have helped clients save hundreds or thousands of dollars in the long run and am committed to doing everything possible to keep you on the road.

St. Charles Traffic Violation Attorney

As a St. Louis speeding ticket attorney, it is my goal to get your charges amended to help you arrive at a no-point, nonmoving violation charge. Insurance companies do not find out about no-point charges and they have no effect on insurance rates.

When you work with me I will:

  • Go to court on your behalf so you don't have to

  • Ensure your driving record clean is clean so that insurance rates are low

  • File all legal documents necessary for resolution

Because much of my practice is dedicated to criminal defense, I am able to use my investigative skills to assess your situation and present your best available options. Regardless of the decision, I will work closely with you to provide the representation you need, based on listening, prompt correspondence and open communication.

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