As a former Kansas City Municipal Court Prosecutor, law firm co-founder Tony Miller has worked on both sides of traffic cases and will put his experience to work for you.
We provide Free Initial Consultations for all traffic charges
At Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, Our Goal is to Keep You Driving in the Kansas City Area…
Our law firm’s co-founder, Tony Miller, was a traffic court
prosecutor in Kansas City before he joined Troppito Miller Griffin,
LLC. He knows what
prosecutors will use against you and what they will do in court
because he has been on the other side.
Now, Mr. Miller only helps people like you who have been
charged with a Missouri traffic violation.
He understands how difficult it is to lose your driver’s
license and to hold down a job, get your kids to school and get to
the grocery store. We
are a mobile society, and if you can’t drive, you basically can’t
There are three ways to lose your driving privileges in Missouri (in addition to refusing to submit to a chemical test (“breathalyzer”) after a DWI stop):
If you have too many points on your driving record – you will lose your Missouri license: In order for us to help you continue driving in Missouri, we have to keep points off your driving record. You can check how many points are on your driving record by getting information from the Missouri Department of Revenues’ website.
For every moving violation you have, you get points on your Missouri driver’s license. In Missouri, if you accumulate a total of 8 or more points in 18 months, the Department of Revenue will suspend (meaning you can’t drive) your driving privilege. How long your driving privilege suspension lasts depends on how many suspensions you have had in the past. The Missouri Department of Revenue will revoke (meaning you can’t legally drive) your driving privilege for one year if you accumulate: 12 or more points in 12 months, 18 or more points in 24 months or 24 or more points in 36 months
If you get too many points on your driver’s license, it will make it harder for us to help you next time. So even if your license is not suspended or revoked, too many points can have damaging results.
If you don’t show up in court – you may lose your Missouri license: If you miss a court date, the court may suspend your driving privileges. This means you can’t legally drive. To drive again, you have to get your driving privileges reinstated.
If you don’t pay a court fine – you will lose your Missouri license: If you had a traffic ticket, and you didn’t pay the fine on time, your driving privileges will be suspended. This means you can’t legally drive. To be able to drive again, your license has to be reinstated.
At Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC, Here’s How We Keep You Driving…
We strive to keep points off your license in Missouri: Many times, we can often amend traffic tickets to a negotiated plea. Each Kansas City prosecutor has his or her own procedures and practices for negotiating traffic tickets. Sometimes, a moving violation charge in Kansas City (such as speeding, careless and imprudent driving, failure to signal, improper signal, following to close, etc.) can be plead (negotiated) to a non-moving violation like a parking ticket.
Non-moving violations do not put points on your license.
So if you don’t have points on your license, you can keep
driving. If you hire Mr.
Miller, he will work with the local prosecutor to strive for the
best deal possible under the unique facts of your case.
We show up for you in a Kansas City area traffic court, so
you don’t have to:
If you hire us, we will always show up for you in a Kansas
City area court to fight your traffic ticket.
This means you don’t have to miss time from work, and you
don’t have to worry about losing your driver’s license for failing
to show up in court.
We inform you about your deadline for paying traffic ticket
fines in the greater Kansas City area:
When you pay your traffic ticket fines on time, you keep your
driver’s license. When
you hire us, you will know exactly when your fine is due and how to
Mr. Miller can help you in many different traffic related
Warrant for Arrest
Failure to Appear in Court
Driving While Suspended
Driving While Revoked
Careless & Imprudent Driving
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
Failure to Signal
Hit and Run
Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance
Following too Close
And many more!
Before paying a Kansas City area traffic ticket and entering a plea of guilty to a traffic charge without the help of a lawyer, call our firm and talk with Tony Miller about the possible consequences of doing so.
We offer free consultations and reasonable rates.
We serve the legal needs of the Kansas City Metropolitan area including:
Kansas City Missouri (KCMO), Grandview, Independence, Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit, Raytown, Leavenworth, Platte City, Parkville, Smithville, Claycomo, Gladstone, Riverside, Kearney, Liberty, North Kansas City (NKC), Harrisonville, Peculiar, Raymore, Belton, Pleasant Hill, Loch Lloyd, Kansas City Kansas (KC, KS), Bonner Springs, Edwardsville, Lake Quivira, DeSoto, Gardner, Olathe, Leawood, Lenexa, Merriam, Overland Park and Prairie Village.