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Gardner’s office barred from McCloskey case

Kim Gardner

A St. Louis circuit judge on Dec. 10 removed St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s office from the high-profile weapons case against a St. Louis attorney.

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Eastern District rejects restaurants’ writ request

Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District

The Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District has denied a bid by the Missouri Restaurant Association and more than 40 St. Louis County restaurants to set aside a lower-court order keeping COVID-19 restrictions in place in the county.

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U.S. judge dismisses duck boat employee indictments

Saying the court lacked jurisdiction in the case, a federal judge has thrown out charges against three men accused of criminal misconduct and negligence leading to the 2018 sinking of a duck boat on Table Rock Lake, which killed 17 people.

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Judge cuts peach farm’s punitives to $60M

A federal judge has slashed a massive punitive damages award to a southeast Missouri peach farm in its case against BASF and Monsanto stemming from drift of the herbicide dicamba.

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NPR’s Carrie Johnson to headline Legal Services event

Scales of Justice, gavel, legal, chairs,

Carrie Johnson, the justice correspondent for National Public Radio, is the featured speaker on Dec. 11 at Justice Speaks, an annual event about access to justice and civil rights jointly held by Legal Services of Eastern Missouri and St. Louis Public Radio.

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