A Fenton church is suing various St. Louis County officials, alleging the current restrictions on gatherings infringe upon its First Amendment rights.
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“Holding executions during the pandemic presents really important moral and public policy issues.”
The effort, spearheaded by state Reps. Shamed Dogan and Tracy McCreery, seeks to secure the release of Patty Prewitt after 34 years in prison.
Gov. Mike Parson partially commuted Dimetrious Woods' prison sentence Wednesday after the Supreme Court found his release to be in error.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced Missouri is leveling a lawsuit against the Chinese government over the COVID-19 epidemic.
Governor Mike Parson appointed Adam L. Caine as Circuit Judge for the 16th Judicial Circuit. He will fill the vacancy created by the retirement of the Honorable George E. Wolf.
In a first for the Missouri Supreme Court, oral arguments in a new trial request were held remotely Tuesday morning.
The Missouri Supreme Court issued guidance this week to all state judges considering releasing individuals in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
In-person proceedings in all appellate and circuit courts in Missouri have been suspended until April due to coronavirus, the state Supreme Court ordered.
Citing the state of emergency order currently in place, Gov. Mike Parson announced the suspension of all April municipal elections until June.