Peculiar Municipal Court Law Firm
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Why Should I Hire Hamilton & Associates for my Peculiar Municipal Court Traffic Charge?
We have an advantage in Peculiar Municipal Court and are the best attorneys for the following reasons:
- Cost – Our cost is lower
- Success rate
Where is Peculiar, Missouri Municipal Court?
Peculiar is a mid-size town in central Cass County just off Highway 71 South (Interstate 49) and the intersection with J highway.
Peculiar is in between the cities of Belton, Raymore and Harrisonville. It operates its own Municipal Court at the following location:
220 N. Main Street
Peculiar, MO 64078
Telephone #: 816/779-5104
Mail should be directed to the following address:
P.O. Box 267
Peculiar, MO 64078
What is Peculiar Municipal Court’s Website Address?
When is Peculiar Municipal Court?
The Peculiar Municipal Division of court is open between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Court is held on alternating Mondays beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Who is the Judge of Peculiar Municipal Court?
Steve Sakoulas is Municipal Judge.
Who is the Prosecutor of Peculiar Municipal Court?
Clayton Jones is the Municipal Prosecutor
Who Writes Peculiar Municipal Court Tickets?
Municipal Court citations are written by the Peculiar Municipal Police Department.
One should not expect a Sheriff’s Deputy or Highway Patrol Trooper to handle a Peculiar Municipal case. Those will go to the Circuit Court of Cass County at Harrisonville, Missouri.
What Types of cases does Peculiar Municipal Court Handle?
Peculiar Municipal Court resolves misdemeanor cases with punishments of 90 days or less in jail and fines of $300.00 and below with court costs. Expect Peculiar Municipal Court to handle traffic tickets, assaults, driving while intoxicated charges, driving under the influence charges, and misdemeanor charges.
Do I Need a Lawyer for a Peculiar Municipal Court?
We believe it is always better off to have an attorney for a Peculiar Municipal charge even though that attorney will charge you money up front. In the long run, you will save money on your vehicle insurance. You will also get better employment opportunities in our opinion, and have less trouble with a clean driving record and a clean criminal record.
Attorneys can avoid jail time; keep matters off of your record, save you money, and heartache. In many cases, you can avoid going to court entirely as you are paying an attorney to resolve your problems for you.
The disadvantages of hiring a lawyer for a Peculiar Municipal Court traffic ticket is that you must pay an attorney’s fee. In the short term, this will cost you more money. In the long term, the investment will likely save you money.
Can I Expect a Payment Plan for Peculiar Municipal Court?
Peculiar Municipal Court attorneys are unlikely to give a payment plan other than allowing you to pay money down until the attorney’s fee is paid in full. This is because going to Peculiar Municipal Court will take as much time as resolving the case entirely.
It would be unfair to you to charge you for something you can do yourself. Rather, save the money, handle the case entirely, and keep the difference.
In addition, Peculiar Municipal Court does not prefer to do payment plans, and you are better off handling the case and paying it in full.
What Do I Need to Bring to Handle My Peculiar Municipal Case?
For traffic tickets you will be better off with a copy of your traffic ticket and the attorney’s fee. Often times, the fine and court costs can be anticipated in advance and thus, can save you the inconvenience of multiple trips.
For driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence charges, bring all your paperwork into Hamilton & Associates and we will help you with that administrative task. Later, we will have to get a certified copy of your driving record along with other materials for the court.
For a Peculiar Municipal Court driving while suspended or driving while revoked charge, you will need to seek reinstatement of your driver’s license. This will save you significant money and increase the likelihood of a result that is in your best interest.
Our best advice is to call our law firm and speak with an attorney. They will be in the best position to advise you as each circumstance is slightly different and therefore the advice we give will have to depend upon your unique situation.