Among other things, the bill allows judges to appoint lawyers to represent indigent criminal defendants. It was among the final pieces of legislation to cross the finish line before the 2013 legislative session ended at 6 p.m. Friday.
Missouri lawmakers gave final approval Friday to a bill that could lead to the first major changes in decades to the state’s 45 judicial circuits.
A hospital training program’s claim that cats are functional substitutes for human infants runs afoul of consumer protection laws, according to an animal rights group.
The partners of Lathrop & Gage have elected Mark Bluhm to serve as CEO. Bluhm, a 33-year veteran of the firm, will begin his three-year term July 1.
Saint Louis University School of Law alumni, faculty and staff gather for a “Farewell to Morrissey Hall” Thursday morning in the Vincent C. Immel Atrium.
Lawmakers gave final approval to a bill that temporarily puts more money into the insolvent fund, though it also restricts the claims that can be made against it.
Missouri Lawyers Media, owner of this newspaper and five other legal papers in Missouri, filed two motions Wednesday seeking access to an attorney discipline hearing and transcripts of a hearing it was shut out of previously.
Lawmakers’ attempts to revise Missouri’s criminal code this year were put to rest Wednesday as Senate President Pro Tem Tom Dempsey acknowledged a task so huge it will take more than one session to complete.
The U.S. diplomat caught up in a spying investigation in Russia is the son of an attorney for Thompson Coburn in St. Louis.
A body-armor court battle in St. Louis has ended with awards for both sides.
The Missouri Senate approved a bill early today that temporarily puts more money into the fund, even as it restricts the claims that can be made against it. The bill needs a final vote in the House before it goes to the governor’s desk.
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