Amending a ticket is a process where negotiations are made to plead down an infraction to a lesser offense in exchange for certain considerations which usually include a greater fine. Amended tickets do not incur points on a driving record, or incur charges that may appear to insurance companies, credit evaluations, employers, or others who may view or inquire about your driving record. You may amend your own ticket in some states, including Kansas. However, other states such as Missouri require an attorney to complete the process.
This post is for general information purposes and does not constitute legal advice. Each case is different and should be addressed by an attorney on an individual case by case basis. The choice of an attorney is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements.