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Former St. Louis assistant prosecutors face discipline

The Missouri Supreme Court building in Jefferson City. Photo By: KAREN ELSHOUT

When a prosecutor learns of misdeeds by fellow law-enforcers, does she have a duty to report everything she knows? And if so, how quickly? These were the core questions on Jan. 23 at the Missouri Supreme Court’s disciplinary hearings of two former St. Louis assistant circuit attorneys whose conduct during a 2014 scandal is now under the microscope.

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Rams cases may head to possible arbitration

Close-up of waving flag with Los Angeles Rams NFL American football team logo, United States

A dispute involving the departure of the Rams from St. Louis could be headed to arbitration after all. The Missouri Supreme Court on Jan. 29 ordered the Court of Appeals Eastern District to reconsider two rulings last year that allowed disputes to remain in circuit court despite claims from the defendants that they should be arbitrated.

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