Tesla Wins Legal Battle Over Missouri Licenses to Sell CarsAn appeals court has ruled that electric car maker Tesla Inc. can continue to sell its vehicles directly to consumers in Missouri.
Loop Trolley Lawsuit Goes Before Appeals Court PanelArguments over whether trolley line illegally went beyond border approved by voters.
Lawyer Awaits Ruling in Suit Challenging St. Louis Payroll Tax"There's no question that if my case is successful," Bevis Schock said, "the city is going to get hit hard."
$5M Award Upheld in White Professor's Discrimination CaseA Missouri appeals court has ruled that a white professor at a predominantly black university in St. Louis was fired "because of the color of her skin.''
Missouri Court Orders New Trial in HIV-Infection CaseA Missouri Court of Appeals panel sided Tuesday with Michael L. Johnson's claim that the St. Charles County trial court abused its discretion by admitting excerpted recordings of phone calls Johnson made while jailed.
Prosecutors Call For Better Witness ProtectionIncumbent Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce and Circuit Attorney Elect Kim Gardner both say witnesses are afraid to take the stand for fear of retaliation.
Appeals Court Considers Missouri's Lethal Injection ProtocolAn attorney representing four state residents argued before a panel that a judge incorrectly dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state's procedures for obtaining the drugs it uses to perform executions.
Missouri Court of Appeals Rules Voters Can't Intervene in Stadium IssueMissouri voters and taxpayers have no right to intervene on the stadium issue - that's the decision of Missouri's Court of Appeals.
Another Ruling Against Red-Light CamerasFor the third time in a little over a month, a Missouri appeals court ruling raises concerns about red-light cameras.
Missouri Appeals Court Upholds Red-Light Cameras in FlorissantThe Missouri Court of Appeals on Tuesday handed another victory over to red-light camera advocates, in a case out of Florissant.
Missouri DUI Case Goes To The U.S. Supreme Court"It was a very significant invasion of personal privacy and personal dignity to have someone plunge a needle in your arm while you're handcuffed and restrained."
Appeals Court Upholds Missouri Renewable Energy RulesThe statute forces investor-owned utilities to use increasing amounts of renewable resources to produce electricity.

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