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Andrea Rogers draws on over 15 years of focused experience to defend cases like speeding tickets, red light camera tickets, commercial driver’s license issues, and misdemeanors. With responsive communication, client education, and aggressive advocacy, she ensures your case receives capable representation tailored to your unique needs.

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As a Missouri Defense Attorney I understand that facing legal challenges can be overwhelming and stressful. That's why I'm committed to providing a client-centered approach that sets my firm apart from the rest. When you choose to work with me as your legal advocate, you can expect:
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A speeding ticket is a moving violation that will cause points to be added to your driving record. Here are some other common violations and the number of points assessed for each:

  • Speeding (issued by City or County police) = 2 points
  • Speeding (issued by Missouri State Police) = 3 points
  • Excessive Speeding = 2-3 points
  • No Proof of Insurance = 4 points
  • Careless & Imprudent Driving = 2-4 points
  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident = 6-12 points
  • DWI = 8-12 points
  • Driving While Suspended = 12 points
If you plead guilty to a speeding ticket or other moving violation, points will be added to your driving record, which can cause your license to be suspended and your car insurance rates to increase. If you accumulate 8 points within 18 months, your Missouri driver’s license will be suspended for 30 days, if it’s your first suspension. Your license will be revoked for 1 year if you accumulate 12 points within 12 months, 18 points within 24 months, or 24 points within 36 months.
An experienced traffic law attorney can get your “Leaving the Scene of an Accident” or “Hit & Run” ticket reduced from a 6-point or 12-point ticket to a non-moving, no-point violation that won’t affect your driving record. If you plead guilty or are convicted of “Leaving the Scene of an Accident,” the maximum potential penalty is 1 year in jail and a $1,000 fine. Your license will be suspended if you leave the scene of an accident that you caused and you fail to pay for the other vehicle’s damages.
If you pleaded guilty to a ticket that caused your license to be suspended or revoked, a traffic ticket lawyer can withdraw your guilty plea (or “set aside the conviction”) and get your old ticket reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation. Removing the old ticket will reduce the number of points on your driving record, which may lift the suspension of your driver’s license.

A traffic ticket lawyer can do the following to prevent points from being added or to remove existing points from your driving record:

An attorney can get your speeding ticket reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation that won’t cause points to be added to your driving record.

An attorney may be able to withdraw your guilty plea for an old speeding ticket and get it reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation, which will remove the points and conviction from your driving record.

You can take the Missouri Driver Improvement Program (DIP) class to remove points from your driving record. However, taking the DIP class won’t prevent the ticket from showing up on your driving record and possibly causing your car insurance rates to increase.

An MIP conviction stays on your criminal record forever, unless you hire an attorney to expunge it. In addition, it remains on your driving record for 5 years after your license reinstatement date, and then you must send a written request to the Missouri Department of Revenue asking them to remove the MIP conviction from your driving record.

An attorney can get your speeding ticket reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation that won’t cause points to be added to your driving record.

An attorney may be able to withdraw your guilty plea for an old speeding ticket and get it reduced to a non-moving, no-point violation, which will remove the points and conviction from your driving record.

You can take the Missouri Driver Improvement Program (DIP) class to remove points from your driving record. However, taking the DIP class won’t prevent the ticket from showing up on your driving record and possibly causing your car insurance rates to increase.

Fine amounts vary depending on the court in which your case is being prosecuted. If you decide to plead guilty and pay the fine, you will have a conviction for Shoplifting on your criminal record, which can prevent you from getting a job, renting an apartment, obtaining a loan, or being accepted into college. If you hire an attorney to get your Shoplifting ticket dismissed or reduced to a lesser offense, you may pay a higher fine but there will be no conviction on your criminal record.
The outcome of your case depends on which court your case is being prosecuted in, your age, the type of item you stole, your criminal history, and other specific details of your case. Your attorney can get your Shoplifting ticket either dismissed, reduced to a lesser offense such as “Littering,” or reduced after a period of probation. In many cases, the defendant does not have to appear in court at all.
Stealing items valued under $500 is a class A misdemeanor in Missouri with a maximum potential penalty of 1 year in jail and a $1,000 fine. Stealing Under $150 is a class D misdemeanor for first-time offenders, punishable by a fine of $500 but no jail time.

Yes. To get your Minor in Possession of Alcohol (MIP) ticket dismissed or reduced to a lesser offense, you will need to hire an experienced criminal defense attorney to fight the charge in court. Your attorney may be able to convince the Prosecutor to reduce your MIP ticket to “Littering” and only require you to pay a fine and court costs, or possibly dismiss your MIP ticket after you complete an alcohol education class and/or do a few hours of community service and pay court costs.

If you plead guilty to Shoplifting, it will show up as a conviction on your permanent criminal record, which can prevent you from getting a job, renting an apartment, obtaining a bank loan, and being accepted into college.

No. In addition to speeding tickets, your attorney can also get other types of tickets dismissed, amended to “Illegal Parking,” or reduced to “Littering,” such as:

  • Minor in Possession of Alcohol
  • Leaving the Scene of an Accident
  • Driving While Suspended
  • No Proof of Insurance
  • Careless & Imprudent Driving