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Appeals judges split on detention of “sexually violent predator”

The decision made by the Missouri Court of Appeals Southern District on Aug. 8 to uphold the indefinite detention of a man designated by a jury to be a sexually violent predator drew a dissent from the chief judge. In the majority opinion, Judges Jeffrey W. Bates and William W. Francis, Jr. concluded that, contrary to ...

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