Andrea R. Rogers’s Answers

Andrea R. Rogers

Saint Louis Speeding / Traffic Ticket Lawyer.

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  1. My brother-in-law was drunk driving with two kids in his vehicle.

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. David Frederick Barrett
    2. Matthew David Fry
    3. Andrea R. Rogers
    4. Anthony Joseph Muhlenkamp
    5. Christopher Lee Kalberg
    5 lawyer answers

    I agree with the other two attorneys' answers -- Your brother-in-law definitely needs to hire a lawyer to help him, and you are not hearing the entire story from him (perhaps he just doesn't know why his license was suspended or what he has to do to get it reinstated.) The $5,000 fee sounds like a typical price quoted by DUI lawyers as an initial down payment to get started defending someone with a DUI who has had prior DUIs. The fines will not be reduced. When you hire a lawyer to...

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  2. Class D felony to misdemeanor

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Steven Parnell Weaver
    2. Matthew David Fry
    3. Andrea R. Rogers
    3 lawyer answers

    There is nothing you can do. You can't get your felony DWI conviction reduced to a misdemeanor at this point.

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  3. Charged with felony tampering with a motor vehicle, and am innocent. Was offered a plea deal SIS 5 years supervised probation.

    Answered 6 months ago.

    1. Andrea R. Rogers
    2. Anthony Joseph Muhlenkamp
    3. Joseph Peggs Welch
    4. Jon Thomas Scott
    4 lawyer answers

    Only an attorney who is familiar with all of the details of your case can advise you regarding whether to accept this plea bargain deal. If you plead not guilty and go to trial, you risk being found guilty and sentenced for the felony charge. If you accept the deal and successfully complete probation without any violations, your case will be closed and there will be no conviction on your criminal record. If you are considering going to trial, you need to consult a trial attorney who can...

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  4. I have til Monday the 16th to complete 80 hours of community service. I've already completed 69 hours.

    Answered 8 months ago.

    1. Matthew David Fry
    2. Andrea R. Rogers
    3. Michael Adam Haber
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with Mr. Fry -- either have your attorney contact the court to get a continuance to give you more time to complete the community service hours, or contact the court clerk yourself. In some courts, they will not grant a continuance and you would be required to appear in court to explain to the judge why you didn't complete the required community service hours in the allotted time. If you do nothing, your probation is in danger of being revoked, you will have a conviction on your...

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  5. I got pulled over going 13 over and I have 6 months probation and only 2 weeks left do u think I should say anything

    Answered 9 months ago.

    1. Andrea R. Rogers
    2. John Clayton Schleiffarth
    3. Kathryn Mary Holton
    4. Anthony Joseph Muhlenkamp
    4 lawyer answers

    I don't know what the conditions of your probation are, but you may be required to report any new traffic violation. If you don't report it to your probation officer, she will eventually find out and you will look bad for not reporting it. It's possible that only an alcohol-related offense would be considered a probation violation.

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  6. What do I do when my lawyer quits her job and doesn't hand over my case?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Andrea R. Rogers
    2. Robert Edward Caldwell Jr.
    3. Simon Byron Brody
    4. Andrew Stephen Roberts
    4 lawyer answers

    Send a letter to the attorney telling her you are firing her. Send it "certified mail" so you get a receipt showing that she received it. Once your attorney knows that you are firing her, she must file a motion to withdraw from representing you. A new lawyer can't get involved in representing you on these cases if the old lawyer hasn't withdrawn.

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  7. I was cited in Missouri for less than 35g marijuana possession and paraphernalia. Was my first offense, what is my best option?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Andrea R. Rogers
    2. Robert Edward Caldwell Jr.
    3. Anthony Joseph Muhlenkamp
    3 lawyer answers

    1) In Missouri, depending on which court this is being prosecuted in, your attorney may be able to negotiate a plea-bargain deal with the prosecutor to get a misdemeanor drug possession charge reduced to "Littering." In other courts where the prosecutors are not so lenient, the best deal you'll be able to get is an SIS (suspended imposition of sentence) and probation, plus possibly completion of a drug education class and community service. It all depends on your criminal history, which court...

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  8. Do I need a lawyer if I got a speeding ticket that doesn't specify how fast I was going?

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. Andrea R. Rogers
    2. Peter Todd Stevenson
    3. Christopher S. Yotz
    4. Christopher Daniel Leroi
    4 lawyer answers

    If you want to get your speeding ticket amended to a non-moving, no-point violation which will not affect your driving record or insurance rates, you need to hire a traffic law attorney to handle your ticket. Any details on the face of the ticket can be corrected or changed at any time by the police officer. You can call the court clerk and see if your ticket has been filed yet and see what speed/speed zone is listed on your ticket.

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  9. Pulled over, got a ticket for "no valid proof of insurance".

    Answered 7 months ago.

    1. Andrea R. Rogers
    2. Matthew S. Chase
    3. Jack Justin Adams
    4. Rickey Dean Farrow
    5. Christian K. Lassen II
    5 lawyer answers

    I understand, but I doubt any judge will have much sympathy for your reason why you didn't get the car insured. If you plead guilty and pay the fine for a Missouri "No Insurance" ticket, 4 points will be added to your Missouri driving record, and the conviction for driving without insurance will remain on your driving record forever. If you accumulate 8 points on your Missouri driving record within 18 months, your license will be suspended for 30 days (if it's your first suspension). If...

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  10. What happens if you're on bench probation for speeding & then get pulled over for speeding in another nearby municipality?

    Answered about 2 months ago.

    1. Andrea R. Rogers
    2. Traci Leah Fann
    2 lawyer answers

    Hire a traffic law attorney to get this latest ticket amended to a non-moving, no-point violation. Most likely, that will be the end of it and the other court will never know you received the ticket. If you don't get the ticket fixed and instead plead guilty, the other court will definitely find out about it when they run your driving record, which they will do before they agree to release you from probation.

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