UPDATE: Docket Loaded with Witness Intimidation HearingsShould the public defender get to see addresses and personal data of witnesses?
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.
Judge to Hold Hearings on Witness IntimidationRuling is a victory for local prosecutor.
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.
STL Police Assoc. Takes Unanimous No Confidence Vote in Circuit AttorneyThey do not want Joyce or anyone in her office prosecuting former St. Louis Police Officer Jason Stockley on a first-degree murder charge for the shooting death of Anthony Lamar Smith.
Ex-Officer's Murder Charge in St. Louis Raises QuestionsThe police chief at the time, Dan Isom, says his investigators gave Joyce's office evidence years ago.
St. Louis Police Arrest 'Super' ManMan charged with spray painting popular graffiti slogan.
Chain of Rocks Murder Retrial Moving AheadOn Monday, Clemons is expected to face arraignment for the murders of Julie and Robin Kerry, and decide whether he will be represented by a public defender.
St. Louis County Woman Sues Over Mistaken ArrestShannon Renee McNeal was arrested on a warrant intended for Shannon Raquel McNeal, who was 19 years younger and had died months earlier.
City Judges Consider Special Gun Court Again St. Louis Circuit Court judges are moving toward approval of a plan that could move gun cases to the front of the line.
Charlie Brennan - Rick Horton; City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce; Jennie Garth; Ann CoulterCharlie Brennan - Rick Horton; City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce; Jennie Garth; Ann Coulter
Calls For Special St. Louis Gun Court Increase Two days after city judges rejected a proposal to create a special gun court in St. Louis, Missouri's attorney general and the city's police chief reiterated their support for the new approach at an urban crime summit at St. Louis University.