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High court weighs liability for judgment against former police

Missouri Supreme Court

The Missouri Supreme Court is weighing who, if anyone, must pay a $2.5 million award to a man arrested years ago by two discredited former St. Louis police officers. Michael Holmes was arrested in 2003 on drug charges, convicted and ...

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St. Louis cops indicted, plead guilty to federal crimes

The indictments of three former St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department officers in December 2008 raised a host of legal questions and further litigation. The officers’ indictments caused both the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Missouri and the ...

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St. Louis cop pleads guilty to federal corruption charges

<!–[if !mso]> <! st1:*{behavior:url(#ieooui) } –> St. Louis Metropolitan Police Officer Bobby Garrett pleaded guilty today to conspiracy, wire fraud, making false statements and theft of government funds. Garrett and another officer, Vincent Carr, were indicted in December 2008, accused ...

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Federal court says no prosecutorial misconduct in cop case

A federal judge said no prosecutorial misconduct occurred in the case against Bobby Lee Garrett, a St. Louis police officer accused of planting evidence, stealing money and dealing drugs. U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber, of the St. Louis-based federal ...

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Court says no prosecutorial misconduct in cop case

A federal judge said no prosecutorial misconduct occurred in the case against Bobby Lee Garrett, a St. Louis police officer accused of planting evidence, stealing money and dealing drugs. U.S. District Judge E. Richard Webber, of the St. Louis-based federal ...

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Attorneys fall silent as news quote weighed

An issue that hinged on a media interview now has parties not wanting to talk about it. A federal judge is weighing whether prosecutors acted improperly by publicly questioning convictions in cases investigated by an indicted police officer. St. Louis attorney Chet Pleban, of Pleban & Associates, filed the motion to dismiss for prosecutorial misconduct after a newspaper article quoted former U.S. Attorney Catherine Hanaway and current St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce as saying that more than 1,000 convictions were put in doubt because of the indictment of Pleban's client, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Officer Bobby Lee Garrett.

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