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UPDATE: Docket Loaded with Witness Intimidation HearingsShould the public defender get to see addresses and personal data of witnesses?
Man Sues Archdiocese of St. Louis Alleging Abuse by PriestA Kansas City, Missouri, man has filed a suit against the Archdiocese of St. Louis, saying he was the victim of repeated sexual abuse by a now deceased priest.
Wells Fargo to Decide Fate of Grant's FarmWells Fargo is also entitled to recover more than $630,000 in legal fees and expenses.
Illinois E-Book Buyers Will Receive Share of Apple SettlementIn a court settlement, Apple agreed to pay $400 million in damages.
Federal Appeals Court Reinstates Ferguson Grand Juror's SuitA federal appeals court ruled Monday that a judge wrongly tossed a lawsuit by a woman wanting to speak publicly about her time on the grand jury that declined to indict the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man.
St. Louis Hearing to Begin Monday on Witness IntimidationCircuit attorney Jennifer Joyce claims that two witnesses in the last two months were killed because of their involvement in prosecuting a defendant.
Wentzville Woman Gets 5 Years of Prison in Toddler's DeathSt. Charles County Circuit Judge Rick Zerr issued the sentence for 42-year-old Lisa West after he rejected the defense attorneys' request for a new trial.
Umpire Claims Chicago Suburb's Mayor Punched Him During GameTim Nelson was umpiring a game in Monee on Saturday morning when he says he gave an extra swing to a 7-year-old girl. He says Monee Mayor Jay Farquhar, the opposing team's coach, got upset and sucker punched him.
Guns at Zoo Case Won't Be Decided This YearCincinnati man wants temporary order upholding ban overturned.
Judge Orders Release of Unredacted Grand Jury Records to Michael Brown's FamilyAt the time of the decision not to indict former Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Bob McCulloch made public heavily redacted transcripts of grand jury testimony.
St. Louis Police Pay $4.7 Million for 44 SettlementsTwo of the cases involving six-figure settlements were never reviewed by the city prosecutor's office and there are no plans to do so.
No Charges in Fatal Police Shooting of Mansur Ball-BeyCiting a lack of evidence, the St. Louis Circuit Attorney announces no charges will be filed against police who shot and killed a man during a daytime raid of a house near Walton and Page in August of 2015.

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