Gentry County is a rural county in northwest Missouri that does not see many speeding tickets being issued by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Major highways US-136 and US-169 do cross the county near the towns of Albany, King City and Stanberry, but speeding tickets are still rare in Gentry County. In October 2012, only 8 speeding tickets were issued in Gentry County through the Fine Collection Center (FCC). You can access their website here. This was the 89th highest total out of 115 Missouri counties and 79th per capita.
FCC speeding tickets in Gentry County might be rare but they still will add 3 points to your license and a conviction to your driving record. If you’ve been issued a ticket, you will have 30 days to either plead guilty by paying the fine or file a not guilty plea so that the case is transferred to Gentry County court.
Missouri Ticket Lawyer has had success helping our clients keep a clean record after being issued a Gentry County speeding ticket. In most cases, our clients never have to make at the courthouse in Albany. For a free consultation, call our office at (573) 567-0737 or fill out this form.