The Powderly Law Firm was founded by Tim Powderly, a lawyer in St. Louis, Missouri. Tim has dedicated his life to helping those with legal problems. He devotes the majority of his free time to his practice to ensure that you are getting the best legal representation in St. Louis. If you’ve been looking for a St. Louis lawyer who really cares, you’ve come to the right place.
The Powderly Law Firm specializes in St. Louis bankruptcy matters. However, unlike many other St. Louis bankruptcy attorneys, The Powderly Law Firm doesn’t just push bankruptcy on everyone that walks in the door. The Powderly Law Firm also counsels clients in debt negotiation, debt consolidation, and consumer advocacy. The Powderly Law Firm will always recommend the solution that is best for you. We understand that these are hard times, and we will do what ever we can to make them easier for you.
If you have been cited in Missouri for any traffic violation, you should strongly consider talking with a traffic law attorney before agreeing to a plea or simply paying a fine. That ticket could cause your license to be suspended and it may also raise your insurance rates for a period of up to three years. Don't take the risk of NOT talking to a lawyer about your ticket. We offer a FREE Consultation and can explain the potential consequences for your particular situation.
Mr. Powderly represents drivers who were ticketed or arrested for traffic offenses in the St. Louis Metropolitan area. Mr. Powderly practices in the municipal and county courts in Missouri. He will work to get your ticket dismissed or reduced and will negotiate less severe penalties, fines, and punishments for more serious traffic offenses.
We Handle All Traffic Violations:
Depending on the severity of the offense and your prior driving record, even one speeding ticket could result in administrative license suspension.
Missouri uses a "points" system — accumulate too many points and you will be suspended from 30 days to 1 year. A typical speeding ticket written by a trooper is 3 points. Paying the fine (same as pleading guilty) could also raise your insurance rates. Pleading NO CONTEST is the same as pleading guilty. Lastly, certain offenses will leave you with a misdemeanor criminal record preventing you from getting certain types of jobs, student loans, joining certain groups, organizations, honor societies in school, or being able to adopt children later in life, and other long term consequences people often don't think about when they simply plead to a violation.
Mr. Powderly will work diligently with prosecutors and police officers to amend your ticket to a non-point, non-moving infraction. Most minor violations can be handled without the need for a court appearance. Major traffic offenses, of course, may require you to appear before a judge, and Mr. Powderly will be there to represent you.
Protect your driving record, your driving privileges and prevent a criminal record. Contact the Powderly Law Firm right now at 314-770-9890 or via email at [email protected].