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Missouri Inmates Have Chance at Release after Court RulingThe state Supreme Court hasn't yet ruled on a prior case in which appeals were exhausted.
Former Illinois Lawmaker Sentenced for FraudShe pleaded guilty in July 2013 to soliciting $76,700 for scholarships through a charity golf outing and pocketing about $28,000.
Former Drug Court Judge Assigned to Halfway HouseA former Metro East judge serving a two-year prison sentence for heroin possession and a weapons charge has been assigned to a St. Louis halfway house as his release date nears.
Missouri Shooting Plot Suspect Appeals 15-Year SentenceA defense attorney told state Supreme Court judges Wednesday that a southwest Missouri man accused of planning shootings at a movie theater and store only thought about carrying out such an attack.
Nixon Commutes Kimber Edwards' Sentence to Life Without ParoleNixon would not give details as to why he has commuted Edwards' sentence to life without parole.
Dotson Singles Out Judge After Probation Leads to DeathDotson says he's thinking of creating a website to track the sentencing records of circuit court judges, so voters can see who's tough on crime and who's not.
St. Louis Man Charged for 3 Murders, Drug TraffickingAnthony Jordan, 29, could receive the death penalty or life in prison.
Court Agrees with Light Sentence for Beanie Babies CreatorA federal appeals court on Friday agreed with a sentence of probation for the billionaire creator of Beanie Babies, rejecting arguments by federal prosecutors that he deserved prison time
Man Sentenced to Prison for Arson That Killed Teenage SonA man who admitted scheming with his ex-wife in setting a string of arson fires to bilk insurers out of hundreds of thousands of dollars was sentenced Monday.
Man Serving Life Without Parole for Pot Now Has Chance at Freedom (FULL AUDIO)Jeff Mizanskey, who is serving life without parole for pot, sits down with KMOX News for his first interview since the governor commuted his sentence.
Mo. Lawmakers Disagree on Murder Sentences for MinorsMissouri lawmakers disagree over how long minors convicted of first-degree murder should have to spend in prison, with a House panel on Monday.
Missouri OKs Ending Life Sentences for MinorsA bill that could mean reduced sentences for minors found guilty of first-degree murder is moving forward in the Missouri House.

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