After 28 years on the Missouri Court of Appeals, Judge Hal Lowenstein still declines the well-earned right to be self-assured. Lowenstein has been on the appellate court longer than any other judge currently on the court's three districts. He officially leaves the court Monday, a day before he turns 70, the mandatory age for judges to retire. He will stay on as a senior judge for a few weeks to ease the transition. But retirement? Not so fast.
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