To contact a Johnson County traffic attorney: call 913-764-5010 or email info@JoCoTraffic.com
Our Johnson County law office's traffic attorneys recommend you attempt to "amend" or "fix" all Olathe, KS red light tickets due to the serious and lasting impact these tickets can have on auto insurance rates and driving records.
Any traffic ticket in Olathe, Kansas can cause your insurance rates to go up, but red light violations often lead to the highest insurance premium increases. The reasoning behind these large rate increases is that Olathe intersection traffic accidents and other "right-angle" crashes in Johnson County, KS often lead to serious and debilitating personal injuries or deaths for the occupants of both vehicles, which increases an insurer's risk. Insurers compensate for the added risk by increasing rates.
Our Olathe, KS law firm's traffic attorneys can represent you in Olathe, Kansas Municipal Court and negotiate with Olathe Municipal prosecutors to make sure that the ticket is not recorded on your driving record and does not cause your insurance rates to rise. These solutions include amendments to non-moving violations which do not count as "points" or negative marks on your driving record, diversions, or other advantageous resolutions.
Our firm is conveiently located at 104 E. Poplar in Olathe, however you do not have to come by to hire us to handle most traffic tickets in Olathe Municipal Court. The first step is to call us at (913)764-5010 and ask to speak to one of our Olathe traffic attorneys about your case.
In most cases, our Olathe traffic law firm can take all of the necessary information over the phone and handle the Olathe ticket/citation from there - you will not need to appear in court once we have agreed to represent you.
We look forward to working with you!
A. No attorney can guarantee results, but our Olathe traffic lawyers can tell you that we have had a great deal of success in negotiating with Olathe Municipal Court prosecutors to reduce red light tickets to non-moving violations, usually "illegal parking."
An amendment to “illegal parking” is treated like any other parking ticket and will not be reported to your insurance company and will not appear on your driving record. If you are a Kansas resident, then it won't count as a mark towards a driver's license suspension (three moving violations in a year will trigger a driver's license suspension.) If you're a Missouri resident, then the red light amendment won't add any points to your driver's license.
A. Hiring our law office to handle your Olathe red light ticket is easy. Simply call us at (913)764-5010 and one of our traffic lawyers will be happy to discuss your case with you.
Once you have discussed your case with our law firm, payment can either be made in cash, but check, or via credit (debit) card over the phone or in person.
A. The cost to "fix" your ticket will vary based on the circumstances of the violation, your driving history, and other factors such as where the ticket was issued, the time the ticket was issued, and any conversations you may have had with the Olathe police officer who wrote the ticket.
Call our law firm at (913)764-5010 and one of our firm’s traffic attorneys should be able to offer a quote for "fixing" the ticket over the phone. You may also send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will respond to your message.
A. If you missed your court date in Olathe, then a warrant was almost certainly issued for your arrest. The Court will also send notice of the missed court date to the Kansas Department of Revenue which will suspend your driver's license after 30 days have passed.
Active Olathe traffic warrants can be served at any time, including while you are at work or home. It is incredibly embarrassing to have a Johnson County Sheriff’s Officer show up at your work to arrest you for an unpaid Olathe traffic ticket, so it is very important to take care of the problem immediately.
Our firm’s Olathe traffic lawyers can usually get an Olathe arrest warrant set aside once we enter an appearance on your behalf. It is imperative that you call us at (913)764-5010 to handle the case before a Johnson County Sheriff shows up at your work or home.