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How Do I Get Rid Of An Arrest Warrant For St. Louis Speeding Tickets?

The best way to get rid of a St. Louis warrant for a traffic ticket is to have an experienced St. Louis traffic ticket lawyer take care of it for you.

When you are pulled over for a having violated the traffic laws in the state of Missouri, the ticket itself will describe the type of infraction, the court date, time, and location, and what the associated fines are. But if you fail to make an appearance in court on the designated time and place, the judge will issue a warrant for you arrest from the bench.

Once a warrant becomes active, you are at risk of jail time anytime you come into contact with a police officer. So for instance, if you are pulled over after a warrant is put into activation, the officer will run your driver’s license and see that there is such a warrant. Chances are the officer will immediately place you under arrest. And if you have more than one warrant, you will likely to sent from jurisdiction to jurisdiction until all warrants are satisfied. This could mean a lengthy amount of time in jail.

But it does not have to be this way. The affordable St. Louis speeding ticket attorneys at Brinkman & Alter, LLC have been helping people with their warrants and St. Louis traffic tickets for over ten (10) years. We want to get rid of any warrants you have by requesting a meeting with the judge that issued it in the first place; we want to get rid of the underlying St. Louis traffic ticket that caused the warrant in the first place; we want to make sure that you do not have to make any courthouse appearances; and we want to do it all at a very reasonable price.

The fees for a standard traffic or speeding ticket in St. Louis start at $40. In addition, if you have any warrants for your arrest, we will take care of those warrants for fees starting at $100.

We have two locations: in the Central West End, at 1 North Taylor, St. Louis 63018; and in the Twin Cities of Festus / Crystal City, at 1000 Truman Blvd (Highway 61/67), Jefferson County 63019. The initial consultation to discuss your legal affairs is free of charge. So contact us today to learn more!!