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Tag Archives: Western District of Missouri

Arbitration – Motion to compel; student tort claims

08-2437 Jan Fallo; Pamela Epperson; Laura Muehlan; Verne Anderson; Amy Clark; Yulanda Diamond; Monica Licklider; Latonya Love; Mary McNurlin; Jessica Richardson; Kisha Robinson; Patricia Stuteville; Zach Green; Dene Beck; Carrie Boyer; Jamika Brewer; Yulanda Boyd; Kelly Brewster; Kristeena Cloud; Jenna ...

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Up & Coming Lawyers: Daniel Nelson, 32

* Western District of Missouri, executive assistant U.S. attorney * University of Virginia Law School * Government Criminals committing fraud in western Missouri might think twice about it if they knew Daniel Nelson would be prosecuting their cases. Still in his ...

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Wood resigns as U.S. attorney in Kansas City

John Wood, the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced his resignation Wednesday afternoon. Wood, who has been at the post less than two years, has accepted a position as a partner in the Washington, D.C., office of ...

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‘Right to remain silent’ still meaningful

A federal prosecutor may not question a defendant in court about her decision not to answer police questions after her arrest, the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Monday. Natasha L. Gentry was arrested for possession of methamphetamine with ...

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Koster names Dandurand deputy attorney general

A second judge from the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District is leaving to join Attorney General-elect Chris Koster’s team. Koster announced today that Judge Joseph Dandurand will be his deputy attorney general. “I have known Joe Dandurand for over ...

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Eastern, Southern District judges to fill in during Howard appeal

Three outside judges will take the Missouri Court of Appeals Western District bench when Kansas City argues its case against the $2.1 million verdict awarded to Melissa Howard. Howard, a prosecutor in Clay County who sued the city for discrimination ...

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