Manchester Traffic Ticket Lawyer
Manchester Traffic Ticket Lawyer. You or a family member have been pulled over in the City of Manchester by the police and have been given one or more traffic tickets. Whether the traffic tickets are for, but not limited to:
- Speeding in a Construction Zone
- Speeding in a Accident Reduction Zone
- Speeding in a School Zone
- Excessive Acceleration
- Drag Racing
- Failure to Signal
- Failure to Drive in a Single Lane
- Improper Lane Use
- Failure to Yield
- Following too Close
- Illegal Turn
- Improper Passing
- No Motorcycle License
- Stop Sign Violations
- Electric Signal Violation
- Driving While Intoxicated – DWI
- Driving Under the Influence – DUI
- Driving With Excessive Blood Content – BAC
- Driving While Suspended – DWS
- Driving While Revoked – DWR
- Driving Without Insurance – No Proof of Insurance
- Careless, Reckless or Imprudent Driving – C & I
- Leaving the Scene of an Accident
- All Moving Violations – Point Violation Tickets
The consequences of just going to court without consulting with a Manchester Traffic Ticket Lawyer and pleading guilty can be serious. They may include a criminal conviction or traffic conviction on your record, fines, loss of your driver’s license, or even jail time.
Pleading guilty to a DWI/DUI, or some other moving traffic offense, will not only mean a fine but application of the Missouri Department of Revenue point system. This could lead to eventual suspension of your license and extremely high insurance rates for several years.
Before pleading guilty to a DWI/DUI, or any kind of criminal charge, or any kind of speeding or other kind of traffic ticket, it is often worthwhile to discuss the situation with an experienced Manchester Traffic Ticket Lawyer.
Call me, Douglas Richards an experienced Manchester Traffic Ticket Lawyer, for a Free Consultation. You may permanently damage your case by talking with police and prosecutors before talking with a Traffic Ticket Lawyer.
I have represented clients facing municipal court charges for over 29 years. The Prosecuting Attorney must prove municipal court cases, like all other criminal cases, beyond a reasonable doubt. By demonstrating even before trial that the Prosecuting Attorney has no case, or a very weak case, can serve as the basis to arrange for a plea bargain, a reduced charge, or even complete dismissal of the charges.
I will make sure your rights and privileges are protected to the greatest extent possible. An arrest can be a devastating experience, and the consequences can follow you for the rest of your life. Because the criminal and traffic court system is complex, you benefit from the counsel of a skilled and knowledgeable Manchester Traffic Ticket Lawyer even in the municipal court. You need someone on your side who understands the law and how the municipal courts work.
I never charge a fee for an initial consultation because I understand that finding the right Manchester Traffic Ticket Lawyer is an important step. Call me today so we can set up a time to meet face-to-face so I can answer all of your Traffic Ticket Defense questions.
Call today at:
ATTORNEY AT LAW
9666 Olive Blvd, Ste. 365
St. Louis, MO 63132
I look forward to sitting down in person, so that we can discuss the facts of your case, what the law is, what legal defenses and/or tactics are available to you, and different possible outcomes.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
I am a Criminal Traffic Ticket Lawyer – with over 29 years of experience in handling cases in the City of Manchester and in the other Courts in the area of St. Louis County, (West County, South County, North County), St. Louis City, St. Charles County, Jefferson County and Franklin County.
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How does Missouri’s point system work?
If you accumulate a total of 4 points in 12 months, the Department of Revenue will send you a point accumulation advisory letter.
If you accumulate a total of 8 or more points in 18 months, the Department of Revenue will suspend your driving privilege.
- 1st suspension – 30 days
- 2nd suspension – 60 days
- 3rd or more suspensions – 90 days
The Department of Revenue will revoke your driving privilege for one year if you accumulate:
- 12 or more points in 12 months
- 18 or more points in 24 months
- 24 or more points in 36 months
When your driving privilege is reinstated following a Point Suspension or Revocation, the Department of Revenue reduces your total points to 4.
Every year you drive without getting new points on your record, the points will be reduced.
- 1 year — total remaining points reduced by one-third
- 2 years — remaining points reduced by one-half
- 3 years — points reduced to zero
Although your points may be reduced to zero, certain types of convictions must remain listed permanently on your Missouri driver record.
How many points do I have on my record?
Please call (573) 526-2407 to find out how many points you have on your record or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
When can tickets be removed from my record?
Traffic Tickets cannot be removed from your Missouri driver record until the conviction is at least three years old, but other conditions may apply.
If the traffic ticket(s) led to the suspension or revocation of your Missouri driving privilege, then five years must pass from the suspension or revocation reinstatement date before the traffic ticket(s) may be purged.
Traffic Tickets for Failure to Maintain Insurance cannot be removed from your Missouri driver record.
How can I request an old ticket be removed from my record?
You may submit a request (including your full name and Missouri driver license number or social security number) to have old tickets purged from your record using one of the following methods:
- Send an e-mail request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call (573) 526-2407 during normal business hours to request the purge.
- Send a written request to our central office:
Missouri Department of Revenue
301 West High Street – Room 470
PO Box 200
Jefferson City, MO, 65105-0200
NOTE: A ticket is not eligible to be removed if it “supports” an existing administrative suspension/revocation/denial action against the driver, or if it otherwise must remain on the record in accordance with state law.