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O'Fallon Traffic Ticket Defense Lawyer Serving St. Charles & Lincoln Counties

When Contesting Your Ticket is a Better Option

If you recently received a traffic ticket in O'Fallon, your traffic ticket may create more problems than you may think. Not only will you have to pay a fine, but there is a good chance that your car insurance will increase. When paying a ticket is the same as admitting guilt, you want to remember that by pleading guilty, you WILL incur points on your driving record.

At Winghaven Law, LLC, we firmly believe that contesting a ticket is a better option. Just because you were ticketed for speeding, or running a stop sign, or following too closely, it does not mean that you are guilty. If the possibility of too many accumulated points on your driving record, a suspended license, or skyrocketing insurance premiums has you concerned, we can help.

Why choose Winghaven Law, LLC to defend your traffic ticket case?

  • Attorney Corley was a recipient of StreetScape Magazine's "Beyond the Best" 2011.
  • As a former prosecutor, Attorney Corley has extensive trial experience.
  • We offer FREE consultations to all prospective clients

Let Us Fight Your Ticket

By fighting your traffic ticket, the court may rule in your favor, which could result in the reduction of charges or the dismissing of the ticket. If you plead guilty, you are forfeiting your right to a trial by judge.

Pleading guilty and paying the ticket means:

  • You are forfeiting your right to challenge your ticket in court.
  • You are accepting the charges.
  • You are accepting the resulting penalties (points on your record, possible license suspension, increased auto insurance premiums).

When you receive a ticket, you must either pay the ticket or enter a plea of not guilty within 30 days of the ticket date. Many offenders do not go to trial, but rather settle their ticket at the court level.

Contact Winghaven Law, LLC today!

When you consider the ramifications of a guilty plea – points on your driving record, the possibility of a suspended or revoked driver's license, and higher car insurance rates, it is a wise decision to consult with an O'Fallon traffic ticket defense attorney from Winghaven Law, LLC.

To learn more about challenging your traffic ticket, contact us today for a free consultation!

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O'Fallon, MO 63368
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