A speeding ticket (or other moving violation) can have an adverse effect on your driving record, as well as on your automobile insurance premiums. It might be possible to have your ticket amended to a lesser charge, such as no-point speeding or even to a non-moving violation. If you plead guilty and pay the ticket, then it's too late. Instead, let Attorney Byron K. Shive negotiate the best possible outcome for you.
Contact the Shive Law Firm today to see what can be done about your ticket.
A traffic ticket can affect your driving record and automobile insurance premiums. Other misdemeanor traffic offenses, such as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), can also have an adverse effect on your driving privileges, as well as costly fines and court costs and potential jail time. Other misdemeanor charges such as marijuana possession, shoplifting, etc., can have a damaging effect on student loans, criminal background checks, future job prospects, etc. Don't let one mistake ruin your future. The Shive Law Firm offers legal representation in certain areas of traffic and criminal law, including:
No proof of insurance
Failure to register
Failure to drive in the right lane
Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
Driving While Suspended (DWS)
Possession of marijuana
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Contact attorney Byron K. Shive today at (417) 352-2521 to determine if he can help you with your traffic ticket or minor criminal offense.