Missouri Supreme Court
St. Peters Mayor Len Pagano wants aldermen to impose a moratorium beginning Monday.
Mayor Len Pagano is asking Aldermen to suspend the use of the cameras, until the Missouri Supreme Court rules if they’re legal in the state.
Missouri has scheduled what could be its eighth execution this year. The state Supreme Court set Sept. 10 as the execution date for convicted killer Leon Taylor.
St. Louis’ newest federal judge is already the subject of an editorial in The New York Times.
Charlie Brennan – Wednesday, June 25th – Phil Brooks on Gov. Jay Nixon’s Veto; Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood on Red Light Camera Ticket Cases Going to Mo. Supreme Court; Timothy C. Richards
Charlie and Debbie talk with KMOX’s Jeff City Correspondent Phil Brooks; with STL Attys Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood; and with Lori Thaman of Fair Saint Louis. Charlie talks with Former STL Detective Timothy C. Richards; with STL Cards Broadcaster Mike Shannon; and Stages St. Louis’ Jack Lane.
John Winfield faces execution June 18 for killing two women in St. Louis County in 1996.
A gender discrimination case is slated to take place this week after being refused by the Missouri Supreme Court.
Charlie with Actor Ed Asner; with KMOX’s Ron Jacober; with STL Attys Bevis Schock and Hugh Eastwood on Charlie Brennan’s speed camera ticket; with Jessica Hentoff of Circus Harmony; and with Dan Kopman, Co-Founder of St. Louis Brewery and Schlafly Beer.
The Missouri Supreme Court overturned 30 years of precedent with a ruling Tuesday that gives greater legal protections to injured workers who subsequently are fired from their jobs.
The Missouri Supreme Court on Thursday issued show cause orders in the cases of Leon Taylor and Michael Worthington. The orders give attorneys for the two men until April 14 to show why an execution date should not be set.