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Federal judge legalizes gay marriage in Missouri

With a ruling striking down a 2004 Missouri constitutional amendment, a federal judge made same-sex marriage legal in the state, though the ruling is stayed for the moment.

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‘Lawgislator’ numbers dip to record lows

As the dust settles on the 2014 election, 21 lawyers will be seated in the Missouri Legislature. It’s the lowest attorney count since 1891, according to information provided by The Missouri Bar.

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Western district attorney to lead Election Day efforts

Assistant U.S. attorney Dan Nelson will head up Election Day efforts for the Western District of Missouri, United States attorney Tammy Dickinson announced Monday in a news release.

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Why Wilson will walk

A Missouri Lawyers Weekly review of the evidence (such as it has leaked thus far) with prosecution and defense experts draws a consensus: Wilson will likely go free.

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Koster disputes being lobbied during consumer fraud cases

An article published in The New York Times “misrepresents the facts” surrounding Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster’s handling of cases involving consumer fraud, Koster said in a response Wednesday. (Updated)

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