We Focus on Speeding Tickets
Aimee Gromowsky, the principal of Truman Tickets, is formerly an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Jackson County and currently in private practice. Ms. Gromowsky handles thousands of speeding tickets in Kansas City, Missouri area courts and was honored with a “Best in Bar” award in 2007 and 2008 from the Kansas City Business Journal.
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How it Works
You made your way here because you want to know how Truman Tickets can help you with your speeding ticket. This page applies if you want the ticket to be amended to a defective equipment – basically you want the ticket off your record. A defective equipment is a non-moving violation that will not be reported to the Department of Revenue and not be part of your driving history.
- We would love to hear from you via our estimate form, but please feel free to call or e-mail us with the details of your speeding ticket. The most important things I need to know is WHERE you received the ticket and HOW FAST you were going. There will be additional questions once I know that information, but that will get the process started.
- Once I have the necessary information, I will e-mail you a quote.
- If you agree to terms of the quote, payment is then made. You have several options here – you can pay with a credit card through Paypal. Paypal is set up where I send you an invoice through e-mail. You follow the link to the site and enter your credit card information. I have had a very positive response to this method. But, of course, we accept checks and cash as well. I will give you instructions on where to send the check. Cash will only be accepted in person.
- Simultaneously with the payment, I will gather all the necessary information to open your file.
- You may have been give an court date or the ticket may indicate that it is a “mail-in.” If it is a mail-in, we will set the court date. If the date is already set, I will contact the Court and enter my appearance. Because I appear so often in Kansas City Municipal Court, I usually will take care of your ticket within a week of your contacting me. Sometimes I move court dates around, so I can combine a number of tickets in a jurisdiction. You will always be made aware of your expected court date.
- In most cases, you will not have to appear. I will appear for you in Court and negotiate a deal with the Prosecutor. I will appear before the Judge and then pay the fine. I will then send you the Court receipt through e-mail or regular mail.
My firm’s focal point is to ease the burden of a speeding ticket. If there are ways that you think we could improve this process, we would like to hear about it.