Speeding Ticket O'Fallon Missouri

What To Do With A Speeding Ticket

Nobody likes to get hit with a speeding ticket. While it may not seem like it initially, the most important part about receiving a speeding ticket O’Fallon Missouri, is what you do after the ticket has been written.  You could sign the back of the document and mail in the associated fine.  This at least takes care of the ticket, and makes sure there won’t be any warrant out against you. But this definitely is not what you want to do, unless you want certain consequences.

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By Signing the speeding ticket O’Fallon gives you, and paying the fine, you are pleading guilty to the charges. But if you do this, it allows the state to place points on your driving record.  “Points” can lead to higher insurance, and if the problem gets bad enough it can cause a full loss of your ability to driving.  Losing your license as a result of too many points isn’t something that anybody wants. Getting your license back can be a hassle, and driving without a license can lead to an even bigger problem. 

But the experienced and affordable O’Fallon, Missouri, speeding ticket attorneys at The Law Office of Melissa Featherston can help you get a much better outcome. Our goal is to negotiate a settlement with the local prosecutor, and get the moving violation (speeding ticket) changed to a non-moving violation.  A non-moving violation adds no points to your driving record, and therefore keeps your auto insurance in check.

The Law Office of Melissa Featherston can be found in the heart of St. Peters, to be a central location to all of St. Charles County. However, we also have plenty of experience with the local prosecutors in the St. Louis County side of the river as well. We are located at 1270 Jungerman Road Suite A, 63376. We provide free consultations no matter what your traffic issue may be, so don’t hesitate to call or e-mail us today!

More Info About O'Fallon Missouri

In 1912, the City incorporated with about 600 residents. O’Fallon’s first mayor, Fred Jacoby, built the first drug store and started the first telephone service, which he installed himself, including a switchboard in his store. Mayor Jacoby also started the town’s first band and invented a grain reaper. 

Today, O’Fallon’s borders have expanded to about 30 square miles and our population is nearly 89,000. The same railroad line that started our City is still in operation.

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