In his first public comments since announcing the results of the Ferguson grand jury decision, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch is defending the process.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch discusses the Michael Brown case and Charlie Dooley’s claims of character assassination.
A St. Louis state representative is calling for an investigation of St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch, by the same Senate committee investigating Gov. Jay Nixon’s response to Ferguson.
Missouri Lawyers Weekly is out with its awards list, and legal work related to Ferguson is prominently featured.
Justice Department autopsy found Brown died from multiple gunshot wounds and had severe head and chest injuries, minor gunshot wound to his right hand.
Prosecutor Bob McCulloch has not released transcripts on some 40 witness interviews, including the transcript of the two-hour interview by the FBI and a county police detective with Brown’s friend Dorian Johnson, KSDK-TV first reported.
After facing criticism for his handling of the Ferguson grand jury investigation, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch may have his law license threatened.
Attorneys for Michael Brown’s family say the process that led to a white officer not being indicted in the fatal shooting of the unarmed, black 18-year-old was unfair and broken.
Tuesday morning brought another phase of the protest in the wake of the Ferguson grand jury decision.
A St. Louis County grand jury met for 25 days over three months and heard more than 70 hours of testimony from about 60 witnesses many of whom gave conflicting statements before deciding not to indict Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson.