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Former AG Koster to join Centene

Former Missouri Attorney General and gubernatorial candidate Chris Koster is joining St. Louis-based Centene Corp.

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Program urges lawyers to make pro bono pledge

The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis and Legal Services of Eastern Missouri hosted a kickoff lunch in January for a new pro bono challenge program, in which participating firms pledge to provide at least 10 hours of pro bono service per local full-time attorney. A total of 17 firms took the pledge at the kickoff. And another firm recently joined.

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Prosecutor: Off-duty officer justified in shooting intruder

A police officer won’t face charges for fatally shooting an intruder at his suburban St. Louis home who had argued with the officer online over the Black Lives Matter movement, according to a prosecutor’s report released Thursday. Prosecutor Bob McCulloch ...

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Missouri Republican cuts mic to silence NAACP official

A Missouri Republican legislator has come under strong criticism for cutting the microphone to silence the head of the state’s NAACP chapter, who was speaking out at a public hearing against a bill that would restrict discrimination lawsuits. A video ...

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Francis Slay to join Spencer Fane

*UPDATE* Slay said the topic of office location came up in his conversations with the firm, and he made it clear that downtown was where he wanted to be.

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Missouri lawyer acquitted in killings of dad, his girlfriend

A suburban Kansas City attorney has been found not guilty of killing her millionaire father and his girlfriend in a vicious attack at their Missouri lake house that prosecutors said was fueled by jealousy, even though jurors said they doubted her innocence.

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Missouri lawmaker proposes raising adult crimes age

A Missouri representative has proposed a bill requiring raising the age of people tried in court as adults to 18 years. Republican state Rep. Wayne Wallingford’s proposed measure would require anyone under the age of 18 to be prosecuted in ...

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Court sides with Missouri in tobacco payment dispute

The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed that the state is owed an additional $50 million from the master tobacco settlement. The ruling upholds an earlier decision by a St. Louis circuit judge that found an arbitration panel had improperly ...

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