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Stepping up

St. Louis County Circuit Judge Joseph L. Walsh III leans over to ask his wife Eileen for a kiss as she buttons his newly donned robe during Walsh’s swearing in ceremony Friday in the St. Louis County Courthouse. Walsh took over the position that was vacated by Larry Kendrick, who retired from the bench at the beginning of the year.

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Help for homeowners

Attorney General Chris Koster’s website has a new feature aimed at helping consumers understand the foreclosure process and obtain certain paperwork, Koster announced at a press conference Monday in downtown St. Louis. The site includes descriptions of documents that homeowners can obtain from a loan servicer and a form letter asking a lender to provide documents related to a person’s mortgage.

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SCC’s Lindstrom honored The Association of Community College Trustees in October awarded St. Charles Community College math professor Joyce Lindstrom both the national-level 2010 William H. Meardy Faculty Member Award and the Central Regional Faculty Member Award. The awards were ...

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‘Nowhere else to go’

Jennifer can’t afford a lawyer, so she turned to Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. The organization, facing its own financial issues, rejected her case. “What do I do?” the mother of two asks, standing in her living room with her rejection notice.

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Landing a stellar criminal lawyer who convinces the jury you couldn’t possibly have shot the little old lady and stolen her purse? The find may seem priceless. But in Missouri, even those too poor to hire a lawyer face a price tag for that legal mind.

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