Judge: State Prosecutors to Handle Clemons RetrialA judge agreed with St. Louis' prosecutor Jennifer Joyce to appoint the Missouri Attorney General's Office as a special prosecutor.
Prosecutor: State Should Handle Retrial in Bridge DeathsClemons was among four men convicted in the 1991 deaths of 20-year-old Julie Kerry and her 19-year-old sister, Robin.
New Trial for Reginald Clemons Pushed Back 6 MonthsClemons was one of four men convicted in the 1991 deaths of 20-year-old Julie Kerry and her 19-year-old sister, Robin.
Chain of Rocks Murder Retrial Moving AheadOn Monday, Clemons is expected to face arraignment for the murders of Julie and Robin Kerry, and decide whether he will be represented by a public defender.
New Charges Filed in Chain of Rocks MurdersThe Chain of Rocks murder case is headed to court once more, 25 years after sisters Julie and Robin Kerry were raped and thrown to their deaths in the Mississippi River.
Supreme Court Tosses St. Louis Murder Convictions for Man on Death RowThe court's 4-3 ruling on Tuesday sends Reginald Clemons' case back to circuit court, and gives the state 60 days to either seek a retrial or allow charges to be dismissed.
Judge: Clemons Failed to Prove InnocenceManners, who retired last month as a circuit judge in Jackson County, reviewed the case at the request of the Missouri Supreme Court.
Kerry Sister's Relatives Release StatementThey challenge Reginald Clemmons, his family and attorney
Clemons Describes Police BeatingClemons says police detectives beat him so badly he admitted to raping two sisters who were pushed to their deaths from a Mississippi River bridge.
Opening Statements Begin in Clemons Death Row CaseOne of four men convicted in the 1991 killing of two St. Louis-area sisters should be freed from death row and granted a new trial, his lawyer said Monday.
Clemons Hearing Set To BeginDeath-row inmate's case to be reviewed by special master upon request by Missouri Supreme Court.
"Justice For Reggie" Rally HeldSupporters of death-row inmate are hoping a court-appointed special master's hearing will shed new light on a 1991 case.