Missouri judges are more likely to be men, but the staff who work beside them in the courthouse overwhelmingly are women. Nearly one in six judiciary personnel is a race or ethnicity other than white. And three out of five ...Read More »
Former Democratic State Rep. Michael Colona has wanted to be a judge for years. It was a Republican governor who made it happen. On Oct. 18, Gov. Mike Parson appointed Colona as an associate circuit judge in St. Louis. Colona ...Read More »
In his first year and a half on the Missouri Supreme Court, Judge W. Brent Powell has shown himself to be both cooperative and conservative. Powell’s voting pattern appears to put him closer to the court’s center than to its ...Read More »
Nineteen people are applying for an opening on the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District, the Appellate Judicial Commission said. The commission plans to publicly interview the applicants starting at 8:30 a.m. on Feb. 25 at the appeals court building ...
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Missouri lawmakers have wrapped up some of their major tasks for the 2011 legislative session, including a $23.2 billion budget and congressional redistricting plan that survived the governor’s veto. That gives the Senate and House one more week to attend to other matters, including a few of specific interest to lawyers and the judiciary.Read More »