Richard Reuben is the managing partner of ReubenLaw LLC, dba TicketTamer, and the James Lewis Parks Professor of Law and Journalism at the University of Missouri School of Law. He has been at Mizzou since 2000 and has been practicing law since 1991. He is licensed to practice in Missouri, California, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia, and has succesfully argued cases the Missouri Supreme Court and the Missouri Court of Appeals. He has been married for more than 30 years, has two sons, two dogs, two cats, and a 125 gallon fish tank. His hobbies range from ice hockey (Blues and Kings fan) to mindfulness and yoga.
Julie Chambers is an associate with ReubenLaw LLC. She graduated from the University of Missouri School of Law in 2009, and served as Editor in Chief of the Journal of Dispute Resolution. She graduated Vanderbilt University in 2005, majoring in communications. She has three children, a dog, and is an avid St. Louis sports fan.
Ali Accurso is the senior paralegal for ReubenLaw LLC. She graduated from the University of Missouri – St. Louis in 2014, and has been a paralegal since 2010, receiving her paralegal certification from Boston University. Ali loves music, hiking, her two dogs, and is a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Rachael Byrne is a paralegal for ReubenLaw LLC and brings years of retail customer service experience to the firm.
Michael Ottman is marketing and development manager for ReubenLaw LLC. His experience encompasses a broad spectrum of manufacturing industries, business growth, channel development and SAAS consulting services primarily focused on identifying, establishing and maintaining best practices throughout every aspect of the business. Michael has two children and a granddaughter. His hobbies include swimming, exercise, Labrador retriever rescue partner and volunteer dog walking at the local humane society.
TicketTamer is a mobile app and website that is designed to make it as easy and cheap as possible for you to take care of your traffic ticket and other citations.
We “fix” your ticket by negotiating to reduce the charges down to a non-moving violation to keep the points off your record and your insurance rates down. You will still have to pay a fine and court costs, but you will save hundreds of dollars in higher insurance costs, avoid the hassle of going to court, and keep your driver’s license from being at risk of suspension or revocation.
We charge $50 to fix any traffic ticket. However, there may be additional charges for services we may be required to provide by the court, such as getting your driving record, appearing in court, or clearing a warrant.
TicketTamer is a public service program of ReubenLaw LLC, whose experienced lawyers provide high quality legal services for traffic tickets because we don’t believe governments should use tickets to raise money. The managing partner is Richard C. Reuben, who is a law professor at the University of Missouri School of Law in Columbia, Mo. All services performed by Richard C. Reuben are in his capacity as a private citizen, and are not affiliated with the University of Missouri or the University of Missouri School of Law.