St. Louis Woman Who Served 20 Days In Jail For Speeding Could Serve Six More Months

After turning herself in, paying the bond on the outstanding warrant and calling the court to schedule a new court date, she thought she had worked everything out. From there, Jones enrolled in driver education classes and did community service. She hired a local attorney. He informed her that if she agreed to pay a higher fine, the points on the speeding ticket wouldn’t be a mark against her driver’s license.