Rev. Larry Rice Continues Fight to Keep NLEC OpenJudge Joan Moriarty heard several hours of testimony and broke for the weekend without rendering a decision.
Effort to Stop Right to Work Dealt Blow in Missouri CourtA Missouri judge says summaries of initiative petitions against right to work no longer fit since Gov. Eric Greitens signed a law to ban mandatory union fees.
Missouri House Votes for Restrictions on Child MarriagesUnder current law, children ages 15-17 can get married with permission from a parent, and those younger than 15 need approval from a judge.
Missouri Judge Says State Knowingly Violated Sunshine LawThe American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri announced the ruling in its favor Monday.
Judge: No Cameras in Court for Chicago-Area Beating CaseJudge says showing the four defendants in jail clothing could taint the pool of potential jurors.
Judge Rules Ameren Missouri Plant Violates Clean Air ActU.S. District Judge Rodney Sippel's ruling Monday could require St. Louis-based Ameren to install additional pollution control equipment at the Rush Island power plant in Jefferson County.
UPDATE: Jurors in Southern Illinois Find Man 'Sexually Dangerous'Lopes still faces three counts of grooming for allegedly handing out cards directing people to online videos of him promoting sexual relations with children in April 2016.
Man Believes He's Allowed to Have Sex With Children, in Court WednesdayJames Lopes' actions alarmed parents when he was found to be passing out cards to children in public that stated his view on sex between adults and minors.
Illinois Man Cleared in 1991 Rape After 25 Years in PrisonA state attorney says he does not intend to hold a retrial on the sexual assault charge, but does expect Illinois State Police to reopen the case.
Missouri Judge Suspended Over Dispute With Public DefendersThe court suspended Judge Christina Kunza Mennemeyer without pay for six months starting Feb. 1.
Judge Upholds Secrecy in Ferguson Grand Juror LawsuitSt. Louis County Circuit Judge Ellen Ribaudo said in a ruling Tuesday that the grand jury process ``depends upon secrecy and anonymity.''
Missouri's First Legally Blind Supreme Court Judge Teitelman DiesThe first Jewish and legally blind judge on the Missouri Supreme Court has died.

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