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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
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Thompson Coburn LLP
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Missouri Bar Association
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    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. MO speeding ticket not updated in since more than a year. How long it stays active before it gets canceled?
A: The statute of limitations in Missouri for misdemeanors is 1 year. That means the Prosecuting Attorney has up to 1 year from the date of the incident to file the charge against you. If it says "Case is still with PA" that means the Prosecutor has filed the charge but the court clerk has not set a court date yet. In some courts in Missouri (in my experience, St. Louis County Circuit Court), I have seen some tickets take up to 1 year before they appear on Casenet. Usually the Prosecutor has filed the charge long ago (within 2-3 months of the date of the incident), but it takes several more months for the court staff to file the ticket. Once the ticket is filed, the court clerk will set the case on a docket and set a court date. The court has to notify you of the court date. However, you are smart to check casenet because sometimes the court sends the notice of court date to the wrong address.
Q. I just recieved a summons in the mail that says i was issued a ticket for not having a state license plate but i never
A: It's possible that the police officer was driving by and saw your car parked in front of your house and saw that you didn't have a state license plate and issued the ticket by mail. If all the information on the ticket is incorrect (make and model of car is wrong, location is someplace you have never been, etc.), it's possible that all of those errors would be enough to get the judge to agree to dismiss the ticket. However, any errors on the ticket can be corrected by the police officer or the prosecutor at any time, up to and including the actual court date.
Q. I got a speeding ticket doing 26+ over from a Missouri state patrol officer can I have devise on what I should do
A: You can hire a traffic ticket lawyer to get your ticket amended to a non-moving, no-point infraction that won't cause points to be added to your driving record, and it won't cause your car insurance rates to increase. You won't have to appear in court if you hire an attorney to represent you. 26 miles over the limit is pretty high, and is not a minor traffic violation, so you might be required to attend traffic school before your attorney can convince the Prosecutor to amend the ticket. The outcome depends on which court your case is being prosecuted in (every county is different regarding how lenient or strict the judge and prosecutor are), how bad your driving record is, your age, what time of day it was when you got pulled over, and the location. Most experienced speeding ticket attorneys will give you a free consultation over the phone with a flat fee price quote, and they can also give you an estimate of the fine & court costs you will have to pay.
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3232 Clifton Avenue, #21686
St. Louis, MO 63139
Telephone: (314) 724-5059