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Tag Archives: American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri

Supreme Court weighs new trial 25 years after conviction

Missouri Supreme Court

The Missouri Supreme Court considered whether a prosecutor has the authority to seek a new trial for a man decades after his conviction, which the prosecutor claims was wrongful.

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Bond rules get testy hearing in Missouri House

Even lawmakers who support the Missouri Supreme Court’s recent overhaul of its pretrial release rules appeared disturbed by how those rules have been implemented. The House Judiciary Committee on Feb. 18 took testimony on a bill that would rescind the ...

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University of Missouri tracks student attendance with phones

The University of Missouri is tracking all new students on campus this semester through a cellphone app to learn whether they’re attending class. It’s a test expansion of a program the university has used for four years to track class ...

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University of Missouri tracks student attendance with phones

The University of Missouri is tracking all new students on campus this semester through a cellphone app to learn whether they’re attending class. It’s a test expansion of a program the university has used for four years to track class ...

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St. Louis mayor considers surveillance planes to fight crime

St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson is considering a proposal to monitor the city’s streets with surveillance planes as state and local officials grapple with how to address violent crime. Krewson met with the head of Persistent Surveillance Systems, a company ...

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St. Louis mayor considers surveillance planes to fight crime

St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson is considering a proposal to monitor the city’s streets with surveillance planes as state and local officials grapple with how to address violent crime. Krewson met with the head of Persistent Surveillance Systems, a company ...

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