DWI during Labor Day

30 Aug

The police are going to be out in numbers this Labor Day weekend, trying very hard to stop and arrest drunk drivers. Besides numerous field sobriety checkpoints, police officers will be stopping any vehicle violating any traffic rule if they suspect that a driver may be impaired. While many drivers feel that they were singled […]

MIP at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre

25 Jul

Maryland Heights gives out the highest amount of MIP tickets in St. Louis area. This is because the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater is located there and has some of the highest instances of underage drinking. St. Louis, Missouri MIP Attorneys at IHaveASpeedingTicket.com defend clients with MIP charges in Maryland Heights. We can help you keep your […]

Points on your driving record

20 Dec

How does Missouri’s point system work?   The Missouri point system is slightly confusing because it relies on both time and amount of points to calculate penalties. Here are the rules: If you accumulate a total of 4 points in 12 months, the Department of Revenue will send you a point accumulation advisory letter. If you accumulate […]

Upload your speeding ticket or other traffic ticket

16 Dec

I am really excited about a new capability of this website. While all the old methods of contacting us and submitting your ticket remain available, our clients can now upload their speeding tickets, MIP tickets, DWIs, Drug Possession Citations or any other violations instead of filling out a detailed form. We just made the process of submitting tickets even faster and easier than before.  I […]

Mobile Submission Form

09 Dec

St. Louis Traffic Ticket Lawyers of IHaveASpeedingTicket.com represent clients all over the Greater St. Louis Region with all Traffic Violations. Our pricing starts from $45.00. We give you a choice of submitting your ticket online or calling our office. Either way, you get great efficient service. Most traffic ticket do not require you to appear in Court or a […]

Fine Collection Center Information

21 Nov

Fine Collection Center Information Sheet Tickets Due in 30 Days Program   Background In late 1997, the Supreme Court established the Fine Collection  Center (then called the Central Violations Bureau) to process non-contested traffic, conservation, and watercraft offenses. Certain offenses are excluded from the center’s scope either by statute or policy. The center cannot process the following […]