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Seeking The Best Outcomes In Traffic Violation Situations

In Missouri, for every moving violation you are convicted of, you are given a certain number of points on your driver's license. Speeding up to 15 miles above the speed limit can result in two to three points on your license; while speeding 20 miles or more over the speed limit results in four points. However, when the police pull you over, they are often able to find other reasons to ticket you.

It's important to know that eight points in an 18-month period results in a 30-day driver's license suspension; 12 points in a 12-month period is a one-year suspension.

Avoid Unreasonable Fines And Other Negative Consequences

It is important for you to take the charges against you seriously and take actions to defend yourself against unreasonable fines and other negative consequences.

At Kelly, Symonds & Reed, LLC, we will vigorously fight your traffic tickets and fight to protect your driving privileges. We aid clients in restoring or reinstating their driver's licenses or obtaining limited driving privileges during a suspension.

Take Action Immediately

Call a lawyer as soon as possible after you have received a traffic violation ticket. We offer free initial consultations where you can sit down with one of our criminal defense lawyers to discuss your options for a better outcome. The sooner you contact our law firm, the better chances you have to obtain a case dismissal or minimize the impact of a charge on your driving record.

We Have Helped Hundreds Of Clients

Our lawyers fight traffic violations such as:

  • Speeding
  • Reckless driving
  • Failure to maintain insurance or driving while license suspended
  • Leaving the scene of an accident
  • Interfering with an officer
  • Failure to stop or yield, or obey a traffic device
  • DWI/DUI, including underage DUI and open container violations

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You'll Have A Former Prosecutor Working For You

Attorney David A. Kelly is a former prosecutor for Jackson County, handling traffic violations cases, DUI cases and other serious criminal cases, including drug possession and sex offenses. We now use that prosecutor's insight to fight for your rights.

Put Our Experience To The Test

Learn how we can protect your driving privileges and fight traffic violation charges by scheduling a free initial consultation with one of our skilled criminal defense attorneys. Appointments are available during regular business hours and after hours upon request.

Call 816-347-1818 to reach our office in Lee's Summit. You may also send us an email if it's more convenient for you.