Department Of Justice
The Department of Justice announced on Tuesday that Eyob Tilahun, the owner of a local tax return preparation business known as Tax King, has been indicted for conspiring to file false tax returns.
After-action police report has drawn criticism.
Buried in an angry and important letter from the head of the Missouri Office of Public Defender to Gov. Jay Nixon is a recipe for fixing the state’s budget.
In an Aug. 7 letter to Gov. Jay Nixon, Michael Barrett says Nixon's office has made the violation of poor Missourians' constitutional rights worse
Mary Ann Twitty is reportedly working three days a week as court clerk in Vinita Park, a city of 1,880 people.
Tentative agreement subject to public review
One council member says that the justice department's proposal could financially ruin the city
Lawmakers need to read the Department of Justice report and understand what it is like to be a young juvenile in St. Louis County, accused of a crime and detained by the all powerful state with virtually no representation, and no adjudication of probable cause.
The county's juvenile justice system could be subject to a Justice Department lawsuit if an agreement is not reached on fixing problems.
Witnesses reported seeing three people in custody outside the meeting but said two were quickly released.
The 58 police departments in St. Louis County have six years to achieve accreditation.
Complaints of how Robert McCulloch handled the grand jury investigation of the shooting of Michael Brown are not sufficient to remove him from office, judge says.
Victims and defendants are supposed to be treated equally under the law.
Bill questions why four months of investigation have turned up no resolution.
Ed Beasley managed Glendale, Ariz.
Donald McCullin addresses members of the Ferguson City Council after he was named the new municipal judge for the city during the council meeting held at City Hall on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Photo by Sid Hastings
Those pushing for the proper solutions, from the Ferguson Commission to the Missouri Supreme Court to the Better Together nonprofit group that commissioned the PERF report on policing, need to redouble their efforts before more bad government is created with little intent other than to prote…
In past 10 months, 'I have seen and heard things I never imagined possible.'
More relevant information on traffic stops sought.
The lawyers who operate, and profit from, the corrupt municipal court system in St. Louis are not bad people. They're not bad attorneys. But they have lost their way. It's time for the Missouri Supreme Court to speak, and speak loudly.