Missouri Ticket Lawyer found that 31 speeding tickets were issued in Caldwell County during October 2012 through the Fine Collection Center (FCC). You can access the FCC’s website here. This was the 74th highest among all 115 Missouri counties and 36th per capita. Many of these tickets were issued on US-36 in Caldwell County near Hamilton and on MO-13 near Kingston, Hamilton and Polo. Most of these tickets were issued for speeds of 11-15 mph and 16-19 mph over the posted speed limit.
If you’ve been issued an FCC speeding ticket in Caldwell County then you will have 30 days to either plead guilty by paying the fine or plead not guilty to begin the legal process. A guilty plea will cause a conviction to be added to your permanent driving record and 3 points to be added to your license. If you plead not guilty, then the case will be transferred to the Caldwell County Prosecutor and you will receive a court date to appear in front of the County Judge in Kingston, Missouri.
Missouri Ticket Lawyer has experience defending clients against speeding tickets. In most cases, we have been able to keep our clients driving record clean without them having to appear in court or even drive to our office. If you’ve been issued a Caldwell County speeding ticket, don’t delay in speaking with an attorney to learn about your options. Before you simply plead guilty, call our office at (573) 567-0737 or fill out this form to get a free consultation.