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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.

Practice Areas
    Criminal Law
    Criminal Appeals, Drug Crimes, Expungement, Fraud, Gun Crimes, Internet Crimes, Sex Crimes, Theft, Violent Crimes
    Traffic Tickets
    Suspended License
  • 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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    Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and Debit Cards
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    I accept payment by credit card, debit card, money order, or cashier's check.
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  • English
Professional Experience
The Rogers Law Firm
- Current
Associate Attorney
Lathrop & Gage
Staff Attorney
Thompson Coburn LLP
Saint Louis University School of Law
J.D. (2005) | Law
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Professional Associations
Missouri Bar Association
- Current
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Legal Answers
138 Questions Answered
Q. In 2018, I got a ticket for missing a stop sign. Long story short I was a college student and accidentally missed court
A: You can hire an attorney to lift the warrant and get your stop sign violation amended to a non-moving, no-point infraction so you won't have any points on your driving record (and your insurance company won't have a reason to raise your rates). You won't have to turn yourself in to police, pay a bond, or appear in court if you hire an attorney to take care of this for you. You probably won't have trouble leaving the U.S., but you may have trouble when you try to re-enter the country with an active warrant. I know it's just a warrant for a traffic ticket, but you don't want to risk it.
Q. I got a speeding ticket 11/2/20. The court date on the ticket was 2/10/21, but court was cancelled due to Covid.
A: Not necessarily. The Prosecutor has 1 year from the date of the incident to file the charge. It is possible that the Prosecutor filed the charge within the 1-year statute of limitations, but the court clerk just hasn't set the case on a docket and notified you of the court date yet. If that happened, you wouldn't have access to that information, so you wouldn't know whether the Prosecutor has filed the charge. The fact that casenet says "case is with PA" indicates that the Prosecutor has filed the charge, but (based on my experience) that's not always true. Unfortunately, that's the process in Missouri courts right now.
Q. I'm wondering if a friend of mine should get a lawyer for an arrest warrant.
A: Your friend can hire an attorney to lift the warrant and represent them for the 4-point "No Insurance" ticket. If your friend hires an attorney, they won't have to pay the bond, turn themselves in to police, or appear in court. If your friend provides proof that they now have insurance, the attorney can get the 4-point "No Insurance" ticket amended to a no-point, non-moving infraction such as "Illegal Parking" or something similar. Your friend won't have to appear in court, but they will have to pay a fine and court costs. The judge will most likely agree to lift the warrant unless your friend has a history of warrants in that particular court. This warrant will never go away until your friend takes care of it. If they don't want to hire an attorney, your friend will have to turn himself in to police and get booked and processed and pay the $500 bond. Then the police will give your friend a new court date, and your friend can go to court and speak to the judge.
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3232 Clifton Avenue, #21686
St. Louis, MO 63139
Telephone: (314) 724-5059
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