Driving While Suspended at Kansas City Municipal Court

A Driving While Suspended charge in Missouri is a serious charge.  If you plead guilty or are found guilty, you will be assessed twelve points on your license and face an extended license suspension.  Not to mention the hit you will take on your insurance. Why is my license suspended in Missouri? Failure to appear […]

Grandview Municipal Court Amnesty Day – March 8, 2013

  If you have outstanding warrants in Grandview Missouri, March 8, 2013 is the day to take care of them.  From 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. today, Grandview will have an Amnesty Day which means that anyone with outstanding warrants may go to Court & have those warrants removed. In addition, Grandview Municipal Court is going to […]

Missouri Move Over Law Amended – More Stuff Police Will Pull You Over For

  A new Missouri law requires motorists to move over upon seeing Missouri Transportation vehicles or face a ticket. The new traffic law requires drivers to change lanes and yield for stopped transportation agency vehicles displaying flashing amber or white lights – just like motorists already must do for stopped police cars and other emergency […]

Attorney Weighs in On Prairie Village KS Prostitution Sting

Fifty-two people have been arrested in Prairie Village Kansas for Prostitution, Promoting Prostitution and Soliciting Prostitution.   These latest arrest comes on the heels of two arrests in early August for promoting prostitution. The City of Prairie Village utilizes the Uniform Public Offence Code and Standard Traffic Ordinance from the League of Kansas Municipalities. Prostitution (Sec. 4.3) as […]

School Zone Tickets in Kansas City

  School Zone Tickets You can be ticketed and charged extra for a school zone ticket.  The school zone must be marked with the speed and the hours it is enforced.  This marker does not have to be a yellow blinking light although that is common. It is also important to note if school is […]

MegaBus Kansas City to Chicago Trip Review

My six year old is best friends with my five year old nephew who resides in Chicago.   When we are fortunate to gather as a family, they are hand-in-hand, playing basketball until their hair is coated in sweat.  It’s lovely. We didn’t think twice when my sister invited Jaylen to Chicago for the week […]

Can I Expunge a Traffic or Speeding Ticket in Missouri?

Yes! It’s not necessarily called an expungement – it’s called a “Set Aside.”  Meaning we ask the Judge to set aside your guilty plea (you pled guilty when you paid the fine).  If the Judge agrees to set aside the plea, I can then negotiate with the Prosecutor to have your ticket amended to a […]

Cass County Amnesty

People with warrants out of Cass County, Mo., can go to Court and have the warrants withdrawn. Beginning June 18th, 2012, the county is holding a week-long amnesty program. Cass County currently has over 3500 warrants outstanding and they want to reduce that number. To take advantage of the program, visit the Cass County Justice […]

Why We Don’t Call What I do Ticket Fixing

Renseller Judge cited in ticket fixing scheme Unsealed Indictments Shed Light on Ticket-Fixing Scandal SDPD audits tickets after ticket-fixing case These are headlines from the past year from “ticket fixing” scandals all over the United States.  When the news media cites “ticket fixing” they mean when police or judges help out a friend or family member and […]