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.
Missouri Supreme Court Weighs Case on Gun Shop Liability``It's very clear that this statute was designed to prevent negligence claims,'' he said.
$5.6 Million, 56,000 Refunds For Red Light Camera TicketsThe city of St. Louis is forced to refund red light camera tickets after the Missouri Supreme Court struck down the system.
Missouri Supreme Court Considers Child Sex Registry CaseA lawyer for a teenager accused of attempting to rape his sister says he unfairly faces registering as an adult sexual offender.
Ferguson Municipal Judge Announces Sweeping ChangesFerguson's new municipal judge ordered massive changes Monday in the city's much-criticized municipal court, a move he said is aimed at restoring confidence in the system and easing the burden on needy defendants.
Court Rules Against St. Louis Police in Ticket ScandalThe ruling was on an appeal of a 2006 case involving officers distributing World Series Tickets confiscated from scalpers.
Missouri Supreme Court: Felon-in-Possession Law StandsThe Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a state law banning felons from possessing firearms, ruling that it does not violate a constitutional right to bear arms.