One ticket can affect your insurance rates, employment and your privilege to drive. Also, speeding tickets cost money, and oftentimes it is those who can't afford the speeding ticket that face the high penalties. We understand how to challenge traffic offenses effectively.
Our Johnson County traffic offense lawyers at Martin & Wallentine, LLC want to help you maintain a clean driving record or can help you to avoid a required court appearance. We offer a reasonable flat attorney's fee for traffic offense cases and can often take care of the entire case over the phone with a major credit card. We understand that you are busy and have other things to think about, so let us take care of a traffic ticket for you.
Also, we can help you amend a ticket in the Kansas City, Missouri Municipal Court.
Speeding ticket in Johnson County District Court? Let us help!
Accused of a traffic offense? Call Martin & Wallentine, LLC today!
License Suspension, Moving Violations & Driving While Suspended
If you accumulate too many moving violations in Kansas during one year, the state has the authority to suspend your license. We want to help you protect your privilege to drive! If you are ticketed and convicted for driving without insurance, or if you have too many moving violations or points on your record, you may lose your license.
Here are some of the repercussions of losing your license:
- You will be required to pay a $100 restatement fee
- You will need to maintain an SR-22 filing with the Driver Control Bureau for 12 months
- You will be forced to pay a fine between $300 and $1,000 for a first offense
- If you are charged with another traffic offense within 3 years, you will pay between $800 and $2500 in fines
In addition to these frustrating penalties, you will be unable to drive, which can restrict you socially, professionally and practically. It is always best to get a lawyer involved if you are facing license revocation. Do not hesitate to contact Martin & Wallentine, LLC today.
Habitual Driving Offenders in Johnson County
If you have received three or more citations or charges within a five year period, you can be severely penalized with a three year license revocation. This involves no hardship license, which means that you may lose your job unless you are able to make necessary arrangements. If you are facing criminal charges, you need to call us today.
Some driving offenses that can count towards the three-strike maximum are:
- DUI / DWI
- Reckless driving
- No proof of insurance
- Vehicular homicide
- Driving while suspended
- Vehicular homicide
Call a Traffic Ticket Defense Lawyer in Johnson County Today
If you are charged with driving on a suspended license, or face suspension because of too many moving violations, let us help. We may be able to reduce your consequences or prove that you were unfairly targeted. We want to help you to restore your license and maintain a satisfactory driving record.
Contact our Johnson County traffic attorneys today if you want more information!
Read What Our Former Clients Have Said
"Professional, informative, and vital in working with the prosecutor to secure the most favorable outcome possible".Barb
"Jerry kept in constant contact with us and our son during the case and went the extra mile to plea before the judge outside and inside the courtroom".Joanne from Nebraska