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Andrea Rogers

Andrea Rogers

St. Louis Criminal Defense & Traffic Law Attorney Andrea Storey Rogers
  • Criminal Law, Traffic Tickets
  • Missouri
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St. Louis criminal defense & traffic law attorney Andrea Storey Rogers helps people in St. Louis and throughout Missouri with speeding tickets and criminal charges, such as shoplifting, possession of marijuana & drug paraphernalia, leaving the scene of an accident, driving while suspended, minor in possession of alcohol (MIP), withdrawal of guilty pleas, and arrest warrants. Andrea offers a free consultation, a flat-fee price quote, and an estimate of your court fines and fees. When you call The Rogers Law Firm, you will speak directly with attorney Andrea Storey Rogers. Andrea has been practicing law in St. Louis since 2005.

Saint Louis University School of Law
J.D. (2005) | Law
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The Rogers Law Firm
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Lathrop & Gage
Staff Attorney
Thompson Coburn LLP
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Missouri Bar Association
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  • Free Consultation
    When you call The Rogers Law Firm, you will speak with the owner, Andrea Storey Rogers, about your case. Andrea offers a free 30-minute consultation over the phone to discuss your case and will give you an estimate of the outcome of your case, and an estimate of the court fines and fees, if applicable.
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Practice Areas
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    Traffic Tickets
    Suspended License
  • English
Legal Answers
Q. Can an officer issue a second citation days after issuing the first citation?
A: Yes, the police officer issued the ticket, but then it went to the Prosecutor, who can add an additional charge if they want.
Q. i have a driving on suspended and improper registration... can i get these dropped to a non moving violation by chance?
A: Yes, you can hire an attorney to get your Driving While Suspended ticket amended to a non-moving, no-point infraction. You will have to get your license reinstated and provide your attorney with proof of reinstatement. You will have to pay all fines and court costs before the Prosecutor will amend your ticket. The Improper Registration ticket is already a non-moving, no-point infraction. If you haven't already talked to the Dept. of Revenue (Drivers License Bureau) headquarters in Jefferson City, MO, I suggest that you call or email them to find out 1) Are you eligible for reinstatement of your driver's license? 2) when are you eligible for reinstatement? 3) what does the DOR say you have to do to get reinstated? The DOR can tell you which courts have placed a hold on your license, so you will know how many compliance letters you will need to obtain. The DOR can also tell you if you have any other unpaid tickets that you need to take care of.
Q. If a cop gave me a printed out ticket but never asked me to sign it is the ticket valid it's on his vehicle camera
A: Yes, the ticket is valid. It makes no difference if the police officer didn't sign the ticket or if you didn't sign the ticket. After the police officer issues a ticket to a driver, the prosecutor has to approve the ticket, and then it goes to the court clerk to be filed on Casenet. By the way, any errors on a ticket can be corrected by the police officer or the prosecutor at any time prior to the court date. So, if the police officer failed to sign the ticket, they can always sign it later.
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The Rogers Law Firm
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3232 Clifton Avenue, #21686
St. Louis, MO 63139
Telephone: (314) 724-5059