The prosecutor has up to 1 year from the date when the tickets were issued to file the charges against you. In some courts in Missouri, tickets were not filed until the day before the 1-year statute of limitations expired. And then it can take several months for the court clerk to file the tickets...View More
It may take a few weeks for your ticket to be filed on Casenet. You can hire a traffic ticket lawyer to get your ticket amended (reduced) to a non-moving, no-point infraction such as Illegal Parking. You won't have to appear in court. Most traffic ticket lawyers offer a free consultation and...View More
I was pulled over while slowing down from a 45 mph zone to a 40 mph zone. As I was progressively slowing a cop picked up my speed on radar. Upon reviewing my ticket, my name is spelled wrong and my vehicle information is incorrect. On top of that the officer was extremely rude and didn’t even... View More
This means that your attorney has filed their "Entry of Appearance" with the court, to notify the court that they are representing you. All future communications from the court will be sent to your attorney via eNotices through Casenet.
So I got two tickets one for no plates and failure to register vehicle. I was able to pay one ticket on casenet but the other ticket isn’t allowing that option for the no plates. Does that mean I have to show up to the court date ?
If the ticket is for a non-moving, no-point infraction (such as Failure to Register a Vehicle), you can go to Missouri Casenet online and pay the fine, and you won't have any points added to your driving record, and it won't affect your insurance rates.
If I receive a parking ticket in Missouri and forget to pay. A bench warrant is issued and I’m arrested. I can’t pay my bond and I spend the weekend in jail. I see the judge on Monday. The bond is paid after. Will this arrest for the bench warrant show up on my record for potential employers... View More
Arrests do show up on criminal background checks. However, it depends on what type of employer is running the background check. If it's an "entitled entity" type of employer (police, schools, hospitals, daycare, nursing home, insurance company, etc.), they are entitled to see...View More
There is nothing you can do until the ticket is filed on Casenet.
After the ticket is issued, it goes to the Prosecutor for approval, then it goes to the court clerk to be filed on Casenet. It is possible that a ticket might get lost or the Prosecutor might decide not to file it, but that...View More
I received a ticket for VERY a minor accident in February 20th 2023 from Highway patrol. At the scene I had admitted fault, and everything. It is now August 1st 2023 and I have not received the court date and St. Louis County courts said they don’t even see a ticket in the system under that... View More
Any ticket involving an accident takes longer to get filed. Even regular speeding tickets issued by Missouri state troopers can take several months to get filed in St. Louis County Circuit Court. There is nothing you can do until your case is filed and it shows up on Casenet. You can hire an...View More
What happened is I received a summons in the mail on April 2023 to appear in court for a misdemeanor shoplifting on December 26, 2022 but the case number is 2021 and what's more important is that I have never shoplifted at this store but I did have a dispute with one of the employees shortly... View More
The police officer is not required to appear for a regular court date for a speeding ticket. If Defendant pleads not guilty and requests a trial, the prosecutor will have the police officer come to court to testify. If the officer doesn't show up for the first court appearance, the judge will...View More
Yes, you can hire an attorney to get your Driving While Suspended ticket amended to a non-moving, no-point infraction. You will have to get your license reinstated and provide your attorney with proof of reinstatement. You will have to pay all fines and court costs before the Prosecutor will amend...View More
Was trail I read the ordinance it clearly stated in part b. Unless it was made in safety .I claimed I felt it was ..with there being no accident or any other violations. Then the state attorney looks up the ordinance and said his office wrote the wrong number on my ticket and commits to changing... View More
In April of 2023 I received a letter from the City of Potosi Missouri informing me that I have court for a misdemeanor shoplifting at Wal-Mart on December 26, 2022 which I know I didn't do but I know the only reason for this is because I got into a disagreement with one of the workers and when... View More
Most criminal defense attorneys will offer you a free consultation to discuss your criminal history, and discuss the details of your case, before they give you a flat-fee price quote for legal representation. An experienced attorney can give you an estimate of the outcome of your case.
Yes, an experienced traffic law attorney may be able to withdraw her guilty plea and get the ticket amended. However, the outcome depends on 1) which court her case was prosecuted in, 2) how fast was she driving, and 3) how much time has passed since she pleaded guilty and paid the fine.
I got the ticket in Missouri but while in his vehicle when he gave me the ticket on camera he never asked me to sign it on any of the signature spots is the ticket valid he didn't sign the printed out ticket anywhere either
Yes, the ticket is valid. It makes no difference if the police officer didn't sign the ticket or if you didn't sign the ticket. After the police officer issues a ticket to a driver, the prosecutor has to approve the ticket, and then it goes to the court clerk to be filed on Casenet....View More
It is common in some courts (especially St. Louis County Circuit Court), for it to take several months for a traffic ticket to get filed and a court date to be assigned. You can hire an attorney to get your tickets amended to non-moving, no-point infractions. You won't have to appear in court....View More
Yes, it's possible for an attorney to negotiate a plea bargain deal in which a prostitution charge gets amended to a less serious offense. Of course, the outcome depends on the Defendant's criminal history and which court the case is being prosecuted in.
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