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Madison County Court Helps Vets Avoid JailCost savings is huge, says circuit judge
Illinois Ordered to Rethink Medical Marijuana for MigrainesA judge has ordered Illinois health officials to reconsider their decision not to include migraine headaches on the list of conditions that qualify for use of medical marijuana in the state.
Panera Sues Former Employee Over Trade SecretsPanera is suing a former employee in order to "protect its technology trade secrets."
2 Inmates to be Released After Murder Charges Dropped``The principal witness from the trial has since submitted an affidavit that the trial testimony he gave was `false in all respects' and it was coerced by the detectives investigating the murder,'' the court stated in its ruling.
Municipal Court Fee That Turned Out To Be Illegal Is Going AwayThe city of St. Louis is agreeing to refund $750,000 it collected from the warrant cancellation fee.
Blagojevich Resentencing: Judge to Mull Opposing PortraitsHis attorneys want about nine years lopped off the sentence of the man they say has been a model prisoner who's tutored, taught and counseled fellow inmates while also forming an Elvis-inspired rock band.
Shooter of Cardinals Fan Pleads Guilty"Yeah, when he left he looked right at me and he winked," Sanna said. "I don't know why he winked. I don't know if it was just to be ignorant, I don't know."
Missouri Shooting Suspect Arraigned; Officer Still CriticalAntonio Taylor was arraigned on charges of assault of a police officer, armed criminal action and possessing a firearm as a felon.
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.

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