Holt County, Missouri had 48 speeding tickets issued through the Fine Collection Center (FCC) in October 2012. This was 3rd most per capita among all 115 Missouri counties. This disproportionate amount of speeding tickets in Holt County is no doubt due to the heavy traffic on Interstate 29 (I-29) that runs this through this rural county. Most of these speeding tickets were issued in Holt County for speeds of 11-15 mph and 16-19 mph over the posted limit.
A Holt County speeding ticket that was issued by the Missouri State Highway Patrol will add 3 points to your driver’s license and a conviction to your driving record. You will have 30 days after the ticket was issued to either pay the fine or notify the FCC that you will be challenging the ticket. You can access the FCC’s website here. If you plead not guilty, the speeding ticket will be transferred to the Holt County Prosecutor and a court date will be set for you to appear in front of a judge regarding your case.
Missouri Ticket Lawyer has experience defending clients from Holt County speeding tickets. In most cases, we are able to keep our clients records clean without our client ever having to set foot in Holt County Courthouse. If you’ve received a speeding ticket, you owe it to yourself to at least speak with a traffic defense attorney about your options before simply pleading guilty. We offer free consultations over the phone or at our office in Columbia by appointment. Please call (573) 567-0737 or fill out this form to get started.