Traffic tickets for CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) holders have greater consequences than tickets for regular license holders. Traffic tickets received either driving a company vehicle or personal vehicle can lead to disqualification or suspension of your CDL.
There are plenty of common misconceptions regarding the circumstances police officers can write tickets, or how to get tickets thrown out. Here we debunk a few common traffic ticket myths.
Maplewood & Richmond Heights will hold Warrant Amnesty Days on September 12th, 13th and 14th, 2013.
In Saint Louis there is an ARC Zone on I-70 in St. Ann, Berkeley, Cool Valley, Edmundson, Normandy, Northwoods, Woodson Terrace, and Pine Lawn. The goal of the ARC Zone, also known as a Travel Safe Zone is to discourage drivers from speeding in an effort to reduce accidents. Because of this, traffic ticket fines are more expensive than in other […]
If you have an outstanding warrant for traffic tickets, misdemeanors or unpaid child support in the Greater Saint Louis area, you may be able to get your warrant lifted on one of Saint Louis’s Warrant Amnesty Days.
Sobriety checkpoints are becoming a more common occurrence as states are eager to crack down on drunk drivers. Many people are unsure of their rights at these checkpoints, and this article will explain your rights at a sobriety checkpoint, also known as a DWI roadblock.
A new Facebook page, Saint Louis Speed Traps and DWI Checkpoints alerts users that like the page of current speed traps, sobriety checkpoints, speed cameras, and other road hazards.
Red light camera laws have been controversial across the nation with opponents saying they are unconstitutional, and supporters saying they save lives, but the Eastern District Missouri Court of Appeals reversed St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Mark Neill’s ruling last year that the city lacks authority to enact a red light camera ordinance.
Driving While Suspended convictions can have serious repercussions including hefty fines, points on your driver’s license, and even jail time, so if you have been charged with DWS, it is important to know the possible penalties and how to handle your charge.
In the state of Missouri traffic tickets that are deemed moving violations carry a set number of points that go on your driver’s license. Once you reach a certain number of points on your license (the exact number is determined by how long of a period you get them) your license will be suspended for a pre-determined amount of time