$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.
Execution Date Set For Man Who Abducted, Killed Mo. WomanZink killed 19-year-old Amanda Morton after rear-ending her car on Interstate 44.
Court Report Raises Conflict-of-Interest Concern in Ferguson A report from the Missouri Supreme Court highlights several potential conflicts of interest among Ferguson's court staff, prosecutor and police.
Appeal Filed Seeking Michael Brown's Juvenile RecordsAn appeal was filed in the Missouri Supreme Court seeking Michael Brown, Jr.'s juvenile records.
Mo. Supreme Court Wants Public's Opinion on Court ReformLetters need to be postmarked by the end of the day, today, as May 1 is the deadline.
Voters Could Weigh In on Red Light CamerasSupporters of the ban say red light cameras are used by cities to generate revenue, and there is limited evidence on whether they improve safety.
Rams Age Discrimination Case Heads to ArbitrationLongtime equipment manager Todd Hewitt sued team after his dismissal in 2011.
New Judge Sits Behind Ferguson BenchState appeals judge Roy Richter introduced himself to defendants, first, by lowering many fines, putting them in line with what the state and county charge.