Friday, November 28, 2014


On November 26th, 2014, the Supreme Court of Texas cancelled Kelly G Rogers of Frisco, Texas law license. This action is in response to Rogers' having resigned his license rather than going in front of the BOARD OF DISCIPLANARY APPEALS and getting smacked down for his bad behavior.
To review that behavior, Kelly G Rogers was sentenced to a 20-years in prison for stealing $1.3 million from investors in a fraudulent oil and gas schemes and hiding his track record of violating securities laws. Collin County prosecutors began their pursuit of Rogers in 2009, after he was indicted on a felony charge of misappropriation of fiduciary property, court records indicate. As that case developed, Rogers was hit with six more felony charges in mid-2012 including theft, money laundering and securities fraud in connection with the investment scam. Prosecutors estimated at the time that Rogers had stolen in excess of $2.8 million from his victims.
"Therefore, the law license of Kelly G. Rogers of Frisco, Texas, State Bar Card Number 17194020 is canceled". 

"Consequently, Kelly G. Rogers is prohibited from practicing law in the State of Texas. He is prohibited from holding himself out as an attorney at law, performing legal services for others, giving legal advice to others, accepting any fee directly or indirectly for legal services, appearing as counsel or in any representative capacity in any proceeding in any Texas court or before any Texas administrative body (whether state, county, municipal, or other), or holding himself out to others or using his name in any manner in conjunction with the words "Attorney at Law," "Counselor at Law," or "Lawyer."
"And the Court further concludes that acceptance of the resignation of Kelly G. Rogers is in the BEST interest of the PUBLIC and the profession".
Did you get that? He is prohibited from holding himself out as an attorney at law. No longer can he pose as a "Big Shot" Know-it-all Lawyer and raise money from unsuspecting investors. It's over. He's toast. No longer a pariah hunting unsuspecting citizens. BOOM.
JUSTICE IS SERVED. Now it's up to you to WRITE YOUR LETTERS to the Texas State Board of Pardons and Parole explaining why Kelly G Rogers should NOT get a Parole hearing after serving two years and should not be let out of jail.



Anonymous said...

FYI - Kelly has been moved to a facility in Bryan / College Station.

Anonymous said...

Red Alert! Rogers has been transferred to Hamilton, a "Pre-Release" prison.