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Collaborative Law In St. Louis

Dear Editor: We were pleased to see your coverage in last week’s edition on the topic of collaborative law (“Collaborative Law In Dissolution Cases,” Oct. 28) as a positive way in which to resolve family law disputes. The author mentioned ...

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Home Rule Vote

To the Editor: Amendment One, being voted on the Nov. 5 Missouri statewide ballot, is very important for the future of the City of St. Louis, the region and the state. Amendment One, Home Rule for St. Louis, will finally ...

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On The 'Vendetta' Of Judge Voss

To the Editor: I read the comments from Ralph Voss, retired Associate Circuit Judge in Osage County, in the Hearsay column of the Aug. 26 issue. It appears that Judge Voss has a bone to pick with the Missouri judicial ...

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Response To Judge Voss

To the Editor: I am responding to Judge Voss’ article in the Aug. 26 issue of Lawyers Weekly, where he expressed bitter dissatisfaction with the jurors in St. Louis and Kansas City, and the legal profession as a whole. Perhaps ...

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Flat Fees Not Criticized

Dear Editor: I recently read Sheldon Weinhaus’ letter to the editor in the May 6 Missouri Lawyers Weekly. After reading his letter, I felt compelled to clarify a few points with your readers. I believe that Mr. Weinhaus was incorrect ...

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Surprised Over Flat Fee Criticism

Dear Editor: I am much surprised that the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel of the Bar has criticized flat-fee arrangements for the defense bar (“OCDC: Defense Lawyers Should Beware Flat Fees,” April 29). For years now we have lived with ...

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Another Federal Judge Weighs In

Dear Editor: I am another, like Judge Scott O. Wright (Letters to the Editor, April 22), who permits jurors to ask questions to be answered by witnesses. I have used the procedure now for probably 30 years. I have never ...

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Federal Judge Lauds Mo. High Court

Dear Editor: I read with much interest your April 15 article that the Missouri Supreme Court has ruled that questions to jurors are appropriate provided the pre-set rules and guidelines are followed. I have been permitting jurors to ask questions ...

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Paralegal Licensing Too Costly

To The Editor: I recently read with considerable interest the April 8 article on paralegal licensing. Licensing might be fine for those who are currently working, in firms and elsewhere, but what about someone like me? I am currently working ...

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Tolling Possible For Repressed Memory

Dear Editor: I am writing to make certain corrections concerning the April 1 article entitled “Sex Abuse Cases Against Church Difficult in Mo.” I am afraid I may have misled you and ultimately the readers somewhat with regard to the ...

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Clarification

To the Editor: In the story “Teen Driver’s Family Wins Death Case Against County” (March 11), my statement was that I believed Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks were charged with stalking, not that they actually were charged with stalking. I did ...

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