Clay Praises Missouri Supreme Court’s Reversal of Reggie Clemons’ Wrongful Murder Convictions

Says Ruling is a Victory for Justice, Constitutional Rights   WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Wm. Lacy Clay (D) Missouri issued this first-person statement today after the...

Prenger Family Center leading way on truancy court diversion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Prenger Family Center in Jefferson City is now in its third year in providing area students with a diversion program to...

Override of unemployment benefits bill upheld, will move to Supreme Court

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - A Cole County Circuit Court judge sided with the General Assembly Tuesday, declaring that the veto override of HB 150,...

Harris to be appointed, run for Circuit Judge in Boone County area

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Former State House Minority Leader Jeff Harris announced Thursday that he will file for Circuit Judge when candidate filing begins in February. Prior to...

Red Light Safety Camera Ticket Refunds Approved by Court

Follows Missouri Supreme Court Ruling Voiding Safety Camera Law, as Written   ST. LOUIS – Red light runners caught by safety cameras will soon receive a...

Immigrants sue Missouri universities for illegally inflated tuition

ST. LOUIS - The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Missouri filed charges in St. Louis, Columbia and Kansas City Wednesday on behalf of...

Chief Justice asks for further details from Municipal Division Work Group

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Chief Missouri Supreme Court Justice Patricia Breckenridge wrote a letter last week asking the Municipal Division Work Group for more...

Ross, Fitzwater, Schaefer help make 2015 Constitution Project a success

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - The House and Senate chambers were filled with students today from 16 high schools from across the state competing in the Third...

Supreme Court to hold municipal courts hearing

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Echoing promises from the last State of the Judiciary, the Missouri Supreme Court will be inviting public input on improving...

2015 Constitution Project kicks off at Capitol

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Those in and around the Capitol today can expect to see high schoolers learning more about law at work. Sixteen high...

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