Fighting Your Speeding Ticket or Traffic Violation
If you have been issued a speeding ticket or cited for another traffic violation, make sure you contact an attorney right away. The longer you wait to respond, the more consequences you will face. At the St. Louis Law Office of Scott H. Green, we can help you take immediate action and minimize the potential consequences of your traffic ticket.
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There are a number of things to keep in mind when you are fighting a traffic ticket. As an experienced traffic lawyer, attorney Scott Green knows how to have a moving violation knocked down or amended to a no-point violation in many situations. This could save you from getting points on your license and keep your insurance premiums from going up.
If necessary, we will attend court on your behalf. In most cases, you will not have to attend yourself. If you fail to address your ticket on time and the court issues a warrant, we can have your warrant recalled and represent you regarding your initial violation.
Traffic Violation Consequences
There are a number of consequences for a traffic violation, including points on your license and higher insurance premiums. If you earn too many points on your license, it will be suspended. And if you are a commercial driver, you could even lose your job.
Many people decide to just pay the ticket and forget about it, but in the process they end up building a record. This makes it harder to fight each additional ticket. Whatever traffic violation you face, we can help:
- Speeding ticket
- Red light violations
- Stop sign violations
- Reckless driving
- Driving under suspension
- Driving without a license
We also represent out-of-state drivers who have received tickets here in Missouri. You may be able to fight your ticket without coming back to the state.
A traffic ticket, including even minor speeding tickets, can have far-reaching consequences. We will minimize those consequences as we fight to have your ticket completely dismissed. Our St. Louis office is open during weekly business hours, and we are happy to discuss your rights and options in person. Contact us today for a free initial consultation.