Archie Missouri Speeding Ticket Information

Court Information2501 W. Mechanic St.Harrisonville MO 64701816-293-5601 Archie Missouri Speeding Ticket Information Website

General Information: If you have received an Archie Missouri speeding ticket, the Archie Prosecutor is friendly and willing to offer plea bargains for speeding tickets. Archie has courts on Thursday at the Cass County Justice Center.Most speeding tickets do not require a court appearance unless you were caught going over twenty-five miles over the speed limit.

Why Hire a Lawyer for your Archie Missouri Speeding Ticket: There’s a lot of reasons – a big one is your insurance will go up. Click here is all the information you need to know.

Costs: A Defective Equipment will cost you between $200 and $300. My attorney fee is $175.00.


  1. Start with finding out your information (name, age & e-mail address). I will need to know the city that gave you the ticket (or county if you are pulled over by the Missouri Highway Patrol) and the speed that you were going & the zone (i.e., 65 in a 45).
  2. I would like a copy of the ticket.
  3. Payment is due up front. We take cash, checks or credit cards.
  4. I will take it from there. I will enter my appearance in Court and negotiate with the Prosecutor. Once I have negotiated the plea, I will email you the receipt from the Court.

** Wikipedia

General Archie Information:
The Town of Archie was founded in 1880, being platted in July of that year; the town owes its existence to the railroad that was being constructed through the middle of Cass County.  Archie began as a trade point, connecting by means of the railroad, the outside world with the local farmers in south Cass County. The town did not grow substantially beyond this initial purpose. In the early 19th century two businesses existed in town that gave some hope for more substantial growth: a steam powered flour mill and a coal mine. The town did see economic and demographic growth in the mid 1880s, but the two businesses ceased to exist later in the decade and the boom died.

On August 10, 1932 a meteorite fell near Archie that received national attention. A fragment is on display in the Smithsonian’ s National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC. The name of the meteor is “Archie”.**