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First Lethal Drug Execution since Glossip v. Gross

First Lethal Drug Execution since Glossip v. Gross Summary: State lawyers and the US Supreme Court made it clear in the dismissal of Zink’s appeals that citing Breyer’s dissent wasn’t a valid argument to be saved from the death penalty. David Zink’s final chance to appeal his death…>read more

1 Comment July 15, 2015

Litigation Practices in St. Louis, Missouri

Litigation Practices in St. Louis, Missouri Summary: LawCrossing has created a list of law firms in St. Louis, Missouri that have litigation practices. LawCrossing has posted a list of law firms in St. Louis, Missouri that have litigation practices. These firms practice in multiple areas of…>read more

No Comment July 3, 2015

6-Year-Old Kidnapped to Teach Him Not to Be “Too Nice”

6-Year-Old Kidnapped to Teach Him Not to Be “Too Nice” Summary: A family in Lincoln County, MO, has their 6-year-old boy kidnapped to teach him a lesson. Sometimes the best sign that you are putting your heart into a thing – your work, a romance, parenting, whatever – is that…>read more

No Comment February 6, 2015

State of Emergency Declared in Missouri as Grand Jury Hears Evidence

State of Emergency Declared in Missouri as Grand Jury Hears Evidence Summary: The governor of Missouri has declared a state of emergency while the state awaits the grand jury’s decision in the Michael Brown case. Missouri Governor Jay Nixon has declared a state of emergency, activating the National Guard on Monday…>read more

No Comment November 18, 2014

Officers in Ferguson and Across the Country Preparing for Violence

Officers in Ferguson and Across the Country Preparing for Violence Summary: Police officers across the country are preparing for the potential for violence when the St. Louis County grand jury issues its ruling in the Michael Brown case. Police officials in Ferguson, Missouri are preparing for potential violence on Monday as…>read more

No Comment November 17, 2014

Young Boy from Ferguson Discusses Jobs, Race and Police Brutality

Young Boy from Ferguson Discusses Jobs, Race and Police Brutality Summary: An 11-year-old boy from Ferguson, Marquis Govan, sat down with a reporter recently to discuss all things Ferguson, including jobs and police. We have stumbled across a video online that features an 11-year-old boy from Ferguson, Missouri. The boy, Marquis…>read more

No Comment October 3, 2014

Lawyers Arrested Videotaping Protests in Ferguson, Missouri

Lawyers Arrested Videotaping Protests in Ferguson, Missouri Summary: Lawyers who have traveled to Ferguson, Missouri to help protesters with their case, have been taken into custody multiple times this past week.  King Downing, an attorney from New York, was walking the streets of Ferguson, Missouri this week. He…>read more

No Comment August 21, 2014

Man Taken to Prison After 13-Year Prison Sentence Ends

Man Taken to Prison After 13-Year Prison Sentence Ends Cornealious Anderson was convicted of first-degree robbery and armed criminal action in 2000. He was charged following the robbery of an assistant manager of a fast-food restaurant at gunpoint, according to The Washington Post. Anderson received a sentence of 13…>read more

No Comment May 6, 2014

Another Missouri Court of Appeals Holds Red Light Cameras Used Illegally

Another Missouri Court of Appeals Holds Red Light Cameras Used Illegally The Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District has now held that red light cameras have been used illegally in the state. Earlier, the appeals court for the Eastern District had also come to the same conclusion. In their unanimous 49-page…>read more

No Comment November 27, 2013

A Horrific Serial Killer Finally Checked Out In Missouri…

A Horrific Serial Killer Finally Checked Out In Missouri… Finally after almost three decades of a white supremacist serial killer’s memory of carnage, Joseph Paul Franklin is laid to rest early Wednesday morning when the U.S. Supreme Court sustained a federal appeals court ruling that overturned stays granted Tuesday.…>read more

No Comment November 20, 2013

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