Many motorists receive speeding tickets on 24 Highway (US-24) between Brunswick, Keytesville and Salisbury in Chariton County, Missouri. Tickets issued by the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Chariton County Sheriff’s Department go through the Fine Collection Center (FCC). You can access their website here. On average, 25 speeding tickets are issued each month in Chariton County. The most common tickets are speeds of 11-15 mph and 16-19 mph over the posted limit.
If you have received an FCC Speeding ticket on 24 Highway or on another highway in Chariton County, then you have several options. The first option is to simply pay the fine and have a speeding ticket conviction go on your driving record. Not only will the 3 points added to your license put you in danger of a suspension, but you will also probably see your insurance rates spike. The second option is to plead not guilty yourself and appear in front of a Circuit Judge in Chariton County Court in Keytesville. The third option is hire an attorney that practices traffic defense like Missouri Ticket Lawyer to negotiate an amended charge that will keep your record clean. Often times, an attorney can keep your record clean without a court appearance or even an office visit.
Motorists should always consult with an attorney before simply pleading guilty to a speeding ticket or traffic citation. If you have received an FCC speeding ticket in Chariton County, call our office at (573) 567-0737 or fill out this form for a free consultation!