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Judges renew special court

St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Gloria Clark Reno takes the oath of office in June. Reno is one of four judges who handle dockets for domestic violence protection orders. Judges gave that court a vote of confidence last week.

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Marcy Graham chosen for Award of Honor

“The perfect gentleman” has been selected to receive the Award of Honor by the Lawyers Association of St. Louis. Maurice “Marcy” Graham, a partner at Gray, Ritter & Graham, was chosen Tuesday night to be the 2010 award recipient. “First ...

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New proposal may revive family court center project

After an unexpected opportunity fell in its lap, St. Louis County has renewed options to build a new family court center. Garry Earls, the county’s chief operating officer, said the county received an unsolicited proposal to provide a family court ...

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Graham to receive award from STL Lawyers Association

Attorney Maurice “Marcy” Graham, “the perfect gentlemen” has been selected to receive the Award of Honor by the Lawyers Association of St. Louis. Graham, partner at Gray, Ritter & Graham, was chosen Tuesday night to be the 2010 award recipient. ...

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Courts to consider hiring freeze

A hiring freeze for Missouri’s courts is likely to be discussed when the state’s Circuit Court Budget Committee meets Friday. “We’re always talking about a hiring freeze,” said St. Louis Circuit Judge Steven Ohmer, chair of the budget committee. “It’s ...

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Mother sues over deadly fire

The mother of three children killed in an apartment fire is suing their father and grandmother, alleging their negligence contributed to the tragedy.

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Pain management clinics settle over false claims

The U.S. Attorney's Office reached an $820,000 settlement with owners of pain management clinics and the owner of a billing company for falsely submitting Medicare and Missouri Medicaid claims.

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Weird times in the courts

We’re only three months into 2010, but Missouri has already seen its fair share of legal and election oddities – from a court of appeals upholding zombies’ right to sue and a plaintiff accusing a beloved Kansas City mascot of ...

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