I think for the minority of the protesters, that’s their intent, but shame on the many that joined them.
Search / 48 results found Showing: 1-10 of 48
The lawyer representing Marcia Green asked the court to affirm the $2.75 million judgement against Mehrdad Fotoohighiam.
“I’ve got 26 years in. I want to finish my career on my terms,” he said.
Lawyers representing St. Louis County are challenging a $20 million verdict in a gay officer’s lawsuit.
A state appeals court has sided with Missouri prison guards who alleged they were shorted on their pay in a lawsuit that could cost taxpayers $125 million.
A white former Dallas police officer could be facing from five to 99 years in prison after being convicted of murder in the fatal shooting of her black, unarmed neighbor who she said she believed was an intruder in her home.
The city of Columbia was found Thursday afternoon to have not violated Missouri's Sunshine Law.
Special Judge Richard Callahan instructed the jury to resume deliberations after several members said more talk might be useful.
City Manager Mike Matthes had the final say in former police officer Rob Sanders' firing, and his decision was "not subject to further administrative appeal." The judge will decide whether or not Sanders should be reinstated as a Columbia police officer after 75 days.
Lawmakers in both parties know that unlike Gardner, they must proceed carefully in their special session to consider impeachment.