A federal judge is holding off on approving a $4.75 million class-action settlement over advertising calls to cell phones while he considers cutting attorneys’ fees and adding claimants.Read More »
After initially failing to come to a consensus, the Missouri Association of Prosecuting Attorneys came forward this week to support a bill that would make sweeping changes to the prosecuting attorney system in Missouri.Read More »
The Missouri Supreme Court on Wednesday morning will consider just how much lawmakers can clamp down on cities that rely heavily on revenue from traffic tickets.Read More »
The Missouri Supreme Court has invited the public and members of the legal community to comment and make suggestions for reforming the state’s municipal courts, according to two news releases Thursday.Read More »
Missouri's top House Republican called Wednesday for a number of changes to how traffic violations are handled in the state's courts — proposals prompted by concerns raised after the fatal police shooting in Ferguson last August.Read More »
Although Attorney General Chris Koster's gubernatorial campaign has had a policy in place for months to address concerns that he was influenced by lobbyist perks and political donations, an audit released Tuesday faulted his state office for not implementing a similar system.
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