A sporting goods chain is paying the families of three people shot to death by a South Carolina serial killer $2.5 million after one of its stores sold guns to a straw buyer who gave them to the killer, a felon who couldn't legally buy the weapons.
The 6th Circuit Judicial Commission will meet Dec. 13 to interview 11 applicants for an associate circuit judgeship on the Platte County Circuit Court.
A class of policyholders who alleged they were overcharged for life insurance reached a $325 million settlement with State Farm.
A lawyer for the Memphis couple who took in former NFL player Michael Oher when he was in high school said Wednesday that references to Oher being their adopted son will be removed from the couple’s websites and public speaking materials as part of their legal battle over Oher’s finances.
A hearing began Monday in an eminent domain battle that involves one of rural Georgia's poorest areas but could have implications for property law across the state and nation.
A St. Louis County jury found that a batting cage center in Ellisville was not liable for the alleged abuse of a teenage softball player whose team practiced at the facility.
A woman who suffered severe injuries in a head-on collision on an icy southern Missouri highway recovered more than $1.5 million in a series of pre-suit settlements, according to her attorney.
Sandy Hook families who won nearly $1.5 billion in legal judgments against conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for calling the 2012 Connecticut school shooting a hoax have offered to settle that debt for only pennies on the dollar — at least $85 million over 10 years.
A man injured in a seemingly work-related accident kept his case out of the workers’ compensation system and reached a $1 million settlement, according to his attorney.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is granting pardons at a pace not seen since the World War II era. Parson has granted more than 600 pardons in the past three years, which is more than any Missouri governor since the early 1940s. The Republican is a former sheriff who is now also the face of mercy.
The final trial over the 2019 death of Elijah McClain after he was stopped by police in suburban Denver is expected to delve into largely uncharted legal territory, with paramedics, not officers, being prosecuted this time.
Gov. Mike Parson has elevated a judge in each of two circuits, including a recently created one in Greene County.
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- Nurse entitled to disability benefits despite working months after accident, Supreme Court rules
- Eastern District rules 10 cases against TitleMax may proceed without arbitration
- Supreme Court declines to hear Republican appeals on abortion ballot initiatives
- Cole County jury awards $1.56 billion in Roundup case headed for appeal
- Jury gives massive award after fleeing suspect causes fatal crash
- 8th Circuit tosses suit claiming false sale prices
- Attorney general releases report on Kim Gardner investigation
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