Missouri wants the state’s sentencing data to be reviewed by a program supported by the U.S. Department of Justice and The Pew Charitable Trusts.Read More »
Last October, Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice William Ray Price Jr. was on hand to congratulate the 100th graduating class of the Jackson County Circuit Court’s drug court. He urged the graduates to stay out of trouble — not just for their sakes, but also for the sake of drug courts as a whole, for if too many graduates lapse back into drug abuse, lawmakers will see little reason to fund such programs.
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In the midst of a grim year, Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice William Ray Price Jr. offered a message of hope: The legal system is about something greater than money and power. At The Missouri Bar’s annual meeting in September, ...Read More »
It’s now up to the Supreme Court to decide who’s in charge of court clerks in St. Louis. The state Circuit Court Budget Committee met on Friday and voted to recommend the plan offered by Presiding Judge David Dowd. Dowd ...Read More »