It’s a cornucopia of police and criminal justice reform provisions from implementing stress management programs for officers to separating juveniles from adults in prison.
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A bipartisan push to change Missouri’s parole system for those convicted as minors crossed the finish line with Gov. Mike Parson’s signature.
Lawmakers are calling on Gov. Mike Parson to pardon a man currently serving a life sentence after new details about the case came to light.
Former Sen. Jamilah Nasheed said she was “honored to have been chosen to be part of the board.”
The Missouri Supreme Court sent a lawsuit against the Missouri Department of Corrections back to the Cole County Circuit Court this week.
Last year saw a significant reduction in vehicle stops across the state, according to the Attorney General’s Office’s Vehicle Stops Report.
The U.S. Supreme Court denied review in a Missouri death penalty case Monday with the three liberal justices dissenting.
With the end of session looming, it was down to the wire for a bill proponents say would protect the Second Amendment rights of Missourians.
Rep. Andrew McDaniel abruptly adjourned his House Corrections and Public Institutions Committee Tuesday afternoon leaving some lawmakers confused.