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Updated study cites need for urban judges

As Missouri lawmakers contemplate letting the state Supreme Court reorganize the judiciary, the results of the latest weighted-workload study are out.

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Judge: Teter’s arrest based on false information

The arrest last year of Matt Teter, who was then the executive director of the Missouri Democratic Party, was based on false information, a St. Louis judge said Friday in an order expunging the arrest records.

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Ruling leaves opening for some warrantless blood draws

The Cape Girardeau prosecutor who lost the warrantless blood draw case before the U.S. Supreme Court sees some reason for optimism in the splintered decision.

The court didn’t rule out the possibility that exigent circumstances could exist in routine drunken driving cases, said John N. “Jack” Koester Jr., assistant prosecuting attorney for Cape Girardeau County.

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Court: Doe Run entitled to full $62.5M verdict

A Missouri appeals court reinstated a $62.5 million jury verdict in favor of Doe Run Resources in a dispute over insurance coverage for environmental cleanup costs.

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No opposition as gun docket bill goes before Senate committee

St. Louis Circuit Judge John Garvey, Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce and others traveled to Jefferson City to ask a Senate panel to allow the St. Louis Circuit Court to establish an armed offender docket.

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