Missouri's Point System Is Unforgiving

When you receive a traffic violation, it may seem easier to simply pay the ticket and move on with your life. However, that may not necessarily be in your best interests. Missouri operates on a points systems. Once you exceed 12 points in one year, your license is automatically revoked.

The best way to avoid this is to contest every traffic ticket with the help of an attorney.

Helping With Any Traffic Violation

I am attorney Cassandra E. Johnson. My firm, the Law Office of Cassandra E. Johnson, PC, in St. Louis, is ready to help contest your Missouri traffic tickets. I have represented individuals who have received these kinds of tickets — and more:

  • Speeding tickets
  • DWI/DUI
  • Driving without a license
  • Driving with a suspended license
  • Driving without insurance

Additionally, I am ready to represent individuals who have been issued traffic warrants for outstanding tickets they have not paid.

I Make Contesting Tickets Easy

On your own, contesting traffic tickets can be tedious. With the help of a lawyer, the process is much easier. In fact, many violations require only the presence of your lawyer in traffic court — you probably will not need to show up yourself. I will take care of everything from start to finish.

I will help you understand every possible outcome for your unique situation. In most cases, my reasonable rates will save you a considerable amount of money in the long run. If I contest the ticket successfully, your insurance rates will stay the same and the points on your license will be reduced or even eliminated. In any case, I will give candid advice and help you determine the best course of action.

Drive Legally, Without Fear

Why drive afraid because of outstanding traffic warrants or in fear of losing your license when it is possible to drive confidentially without warrants or pending cases? Let the Law Office of Cassandra E. Johnson, PC, fight your traffic tickets and warrants. Schedule a consultation with me today by calling 314-656-8843. You can also get in touch via email.