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Author Archives: Rachel Webb

Donald R. Carmody- Carmody MacDonald

If you ask Don Carmody about his proudest accomplishments, he won’t start by telling you about a case he’s tried. He’ll tell you about the day in the early 1980s when he saw a driver strike a pedestrian crossing Market ...

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Kenneth Brostron- Lashly & Baer

Kenneth Brostron studied in college to be an elementary school teacher, but he has touched far more students’ lives as an attorney. As counsel to the board of education for St. Louis Public Schools in the early 1980s, he became ...

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Public defenders found liable in jurisdiction issue

In 1993, Dwight Laughlin broke in to the post office in the Newton County town of Neosho. He entered the building through a window after an unsuccessful attempt to break open a door with a combination lock, and he was ...

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Public Service: Karen C. Nelson Warren

When low-income people are entangled in the criminal justice system, they’re entitled to help from a public defender. The civil-justice system doesn’t come with that guarantee, but Karen Warren and Legal Services of Eastern Missouri are there to help. “Our ...

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Public Service: Kimberly Fisher

As a prosecutor, Kimberly Fisher often has worked on some of the most disturbing cases that find their way through the justice system. Her cases often involve murders and rapes of children, something that is haunting but compelling. “It is ...

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Beseau joins Foley & Mansfield

The defense firm of Foley & Mansfield has announced that litigator John G. Beseau has joined the firm’s construction law and litigation team in its St. Louis office. Beseau will defend construction matters in Missouri and Illinois as well as nationally. ...

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Railroad worker gets $1M settlement after two heart attacks

A railroad worker who suffered two heart attacks on the job in a nine-week period has won a $1.075 million settlement. The confidential plaintiff was a contract worker performing track maintenance at sites throughout the country, according to a submission ...

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