Leavenworth County Court Lawyer
1st Judicial District
Leavenworth County Court in Leavenworth Kansas is a court that we work with quite often here at KC Traffic Law Central. If you have a DUI, suspended license charge, shoplifting, solicitation, possession or speeding ticket that was issued in the jurisdiction of this court, call us for some of the most reasonable rates in the Kansas City area.
If you have a pending case in this court, call us for a free consultation at 913-708-8194 or get an online quote here.
In Leavenworth County Kansas, we can assist you with a diversion that will "divert" your charge so that it will not be recorded on your record.
Leavenworth County District Court
Amendment Fees and Court Costs:
**Important Note: Amendment or diversion fees are never the same as the fine on your ticket or pay slip. Those amounts on your ticket are "plead guilty" amounts. That is the amount the court will charge you to plead guilty to the citation as a moving violation and have it recorded against your driving record.
We are not pleading you guilty. We are having your ticket diverted and therefore, court diversion fees are in addition to the fines on your ticket or pay slip in most cases. For more information, read ticket costs - diversion or amendment vs guilty plea.
Amounts the Leavenworth County District Court
will require you to pay:
(these amounts include the court diversion fees and court costs)
Why is this amount different than the fine that may be on your ticket? Please read the Important Note above.
Most speeding tickets and minor traffic violations such as stop sign, illegal turn, signal or lane change will generally be assessed diversion fees of approximately $200 by the Leavenworth County District Court prosecutor depending upon how far over the speed limit you were cited as traveling or your specific infraction.
These diversion fees are paid to the court in addition to the fine originally imposed in most cases. LVCO District Court will not allow traffic diversions for tickets issued to a CDL driver. Therefore, this is an estimate of what the court will require and can be changed by the court at any time.
We charge an attorney fee to go to court for you and have your ticket amended. In most cases, you do not have to go to court, nor do you have to come into our office. Our goal is to make the process as easy on you as possible.
After we complete the diversion process with you and the court and pay the court your fine and diversion fees, we send the original court receipt to you with our closing letter. That completes your initial diversion process in most cases. The diversion period is usually 6 months for most traffic violations in this court.
*If you were 21 or under when your ticket was issued, please let us know.
*If you were cited with "no insurance" (failure to maintain financial responsibility) and actually had valid insurance for you on that vehicle on that day, we can have this ticket dismissed. Read more about no insurance tickets.
*If you were cited with DWS driving while suspended or driving while revoked, read more here.
Leavenworth County District Court
601 South 3rd Street
Leavenworth, Kansas 66048
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If you need a lawyer for a charge against you pending in Leavenworth County District Court, call us at 913-708-8194.
If you'd prefer an online quote, you can use this form.
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