St. Louis Lawyer Disbarred After Misusing Client's MoneyThe Missouri Supreme Court has disbarred a St. Louis attorney accused of misusing $2,500 of his client's money.
Missouri Sets Execution Date For Man Who Killed 3Mark Christeson's lethal injection is the only one docketed among 25 condemned inmates in Missouri.
City Fights State Court on Minimum Wage RequirementsSt. Louis argues before the Missouri Supreme Court that state law does not preclude it from imposing a higher minimum wage.
Some Municipal Courts In St. Louis County Are ConsolidatingThe consolidation of the county's 80 courts was one recommendation from the Ferguson Commission, which studied ways to improve the relationship between residents and the law enforcement community.
Board Recommends 6-Month Suspension for Lincoln County JudgeMissouri's Commission on Retirement, Removal and Discipline recommended the discipline this week for Judge Chris Kunza Mennemeyer.
Missouri Supreme Court Reverses Officer's $7.5 Million AwardThe court threw out a $7.5 million judgment to a former St. Louis police officer who claimed her supervisor sexually harassed her, and that her complaints about the harassment resulted in retaliation.
Missouri Supreme Court: No Tax Loophole for Doughnut HolesThe high court unanimously ruled Tuesday that the Krispy Kreme doughnut maker doesn't qualify for a lower sales tax typically applied to grocery stores.
MO Supreme Court Wants Juvenile Killers to get Chance for ParoleThey want them to be granted a hearing after serving 25 years.
Missouri Supreme Court Rules for Suits Against Gun DealersAttorney Alla Lefkowitz of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence says the ruling means Missouri dealers can be held accountable for selling firearms irresponsibly.
Missouri Supreme Court Upholds HIV-Risk LawThe Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a woman who did not tell her sexual partner that she was HIV-positive.
Reginald Clemons Will Be Retried for Kerry Sisters' MurdersClemmons Faces More Charges
Alleged Puppy Mill Sues Humane Society in Missouri Supreme CourtMary Smith claims the U.S. Humane Society calling her kennel one of the state's "dirty dozen," defamed her and invaded her right to privacy as a private citizen.

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