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Springfield Traffic Tickets will fight to protect your driving record, stop points from being added to your license, and keep your insurance payments affordable. In most cases, we can attend court on your behalf. Scroll down to get an instant quote and submit your ticket online. Our law firm is proud to offer fair prices, friendly service, and a track record of great results. We’ve handled thousands of traffic tickets in Missouri and now we’d like to help you. Let the pros take over!

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Springfield Traffic Tickets

Located downtown between Chestnut Expressway and Park Central Square
Weekdays 9am-6pm
Saturdays 10am-2pm
Closed Sundays

Springfield Traffic Tickets

Located downtown between Chestnut Expressway and Park Central Square
Weekdays 9am-6pm
Saturdays 10am-2pm
Closed Sundays

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The law center was very professional and efficient. Great experience!
Wesley Deavenport
Wesley Deavenport
Quick and efficient service! These are the go to guys to help you out of a stressful situation. I'd recommend them to everyone for their astute and affordable help. Thank you to everyone on the staff!!
Kyle Turner
Kyle Turner
STOP WORRYING. JUST GIVE THEM YOUR TICKET. Seriously you don't have to think about it. Get caught speeding, hand the ticket over, never think about it again.
Greg L
Greg L
Wow!!! Best experience I have ever had at an attorneys office. You guys really know how to make a stressful situation feel relaxing. Thank you so much
jeremy dunston
jeremy dunston
Would definitely recommend this service! They took care of everything for me so I didn't have to worry or stress at all over court.
Kersten Turner
Kersten Turner
Springfield Traffic Tickets helped me keep my driving record clean! I was highly impressed by how professional, and knowledgeable, the employees were. Everything was quick and painless, helped along by very friendly staff.
Robert King
Robert King
Dan went above and beyond my wildest expectations for my husband's speeding ticket! He was patient and understanding and it really meant a lot to know we had and will continue to have such a great person on our side. Definitely would reccomend him to anyone a billion times over.
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Ammy the Artist
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Frequently Asked Questions

Will a ticket affect my insurance?

Speeding tickets and other traffic violations add points to your Missouri driver’s license and are reported on your driving record, which can affect insurance premiums. Paying a ticket can be especially devastating for younger drivers, who often experience the worst increase in insurance rates. Don’t make a mistake that will cost hundreds, or even thousands, over the next few years. Our attorneys will negotiate for a solution that will prevent your insurance company from ever seeing the ticket.

Will I receive points?

By paying your traffic ticket, you are pleading guilty, and points will be added to your license. The number of points is different for each offense. A speeding ticket adds 2-3 points, while a first offense DWI adds 8 points. If you receive 8 or more points in 18 months, your license will be suspended for 30-90 days. Once you accumulate 12 points in 12 months, 18 points in 24 months, or 24 points in 36 months, your license will be revoked for a year. You can find the complete Missouri point assessment list by visiting this link.

How can an attorney help?

Navigating the legal system isn’t easy. Having professional help can make a big difference. If you are concerned about your ticket, you should hire an experienced traffic attorney. Our firm will negotiate for a significant reduction in the penalties associated with your violation. Often, we can have a charge amended to a lesser offense, or work to get probation that will keep your record clean. Let us ‘fix’ your ticket and keep your driving privileges in good standing!

Do I need a reason to fight my ticket?

You do not need a reason to dispute your ticket. Even if you feel ‘guilty’ of the offense, it is your right to make the prosecutor prove the charges, or alternatively, find a solution favorable to all parties. Ninety-nine percent of traffic tickets can be worked out without the need for a trial. Just because you did it, doesn’t mean you should pay it. Every situation is different, so be sure to seek professional advice before pleading guilty.

Can you fix my warrant?

If you missed court and were issued a warrant, you should take immediate action. Nobody wants the police looking for them, and nobody wants to visit jail over a traffic ticket. In many cases, our attorneys can have your warrant recalled within 24 hours. Depending on the judge assigned to your case, you might need to make an appearance with us in court. Every judge handles warrants differently, so be sure to get help from a lawyer who has experience in the jurisdiction where the warrant was issued.

What if I have a commercial license?

Traffic tickets can be disastrous to those who rely on a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL). Commercial truck drivers are held to a higher standard. They are ineligible for driving probation and, for many offenses, can be completely disqualified from commercial driving privileges. Paying one ticket can lead to increased insurance rates, a suspended license, or even being fired from the job. Many attorneys won’t touch CDL tickets. We will fight for your license! If you have a CDL, consult a professional before paying your ticket.

Why choose your firm?

If you received a speeding ticket, chances are, you’d also like a speedy resolution. Our website allows you to submit your traffic ticket online, completely hassle free. Our firm offers competitive prices, outstanding customer service, and a record of exceptional results! Feel free to contact us anytime.

What’s the process?

If you decide to hire Springfield Traffic Tickets, we will take over immediately by responding to the court assigned to your ticket. At this point, future correspondence will go through our office. We will then reach out to the prosecuting attorney and start negotiating for a solution. Once a tentative agreement is reached, we will get in touch with you to discuss how to proceed. Often, finalizing your case is as easy as signing a document and paying an invoice for your fines and court costs.

What cases do you handle?

We represent clients who have received tickets for speeding, stop signs, accidents, careless and imprudent driving, leaving the scene, and driving while intoxicated. Our team also handles license suspensions, including citations for driving while suspended, no valid operator’s license, as well as limited driving privileges and reinstatement after a five or ten year administrative alcohol revocation. Missouri driver’s license statutes change annually and are difficult to interpret. If it happened behind the wheel, you’re in the right place!

Will I need to attend court?

Every case is different. However, for most standard traffic violations, an attorney can appear in court on your behalf. We believe that our clients have better things to do than sit in a courtroom. That’s our job, and we are happy to attend in your place whenever possible. Call us for a free consultation, and one of our team members will be able to determine if your ticket will require a personal appearance. If you need to show up for court, we will make sure you are prepared, and one of our attorneys will be there with you.

How can I get updates?

The Missouri court system has a website called Case.net where you can view updates on your case. Simply visit www.courts.mo.gov/casenet and search for your name or case number. Once you’ve found the case, you will have access to the charges filed against you, the court and judge that have been assigned, and the docket entries showing the progress of your ticket through the court system. Not every court currently participates in Case.net. Our clients are encouraged to call the office anytime for an update.

How much do you charge?

Our attorney’s fee for a standard traffic ticket start at $100 and increase based on the violation you received and the jurisdiction where it occurred. Please visit our quote page for more information. In addition to attorney’s fees, there is usually also a fine and/or court costs that you will need to pay to resolve the case. This amount is the ‘new’ price of your ticket, and is rarely the same price as the standard fine. Our team can estimate the fines and/or court costs you will need to pay and when it will be due.

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