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Group Asking for Clarification of Courts' Ability to Lower Traffic Fines Based on Income

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – Saying it would help low-income violators – and the cities they owe money to – a group of local law professors is asking the Missouri Supreme Court to make it clear that it is okay for municipal courts to lower traffic fines based on income. 169 more words

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St. Peters Mayor Wants Red Light Cameras Ban

ST. PETERS, Mo. (AP) - The mayor of a suburban St. Louis town is seeking a temporary ban on use of red light cameras.

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St. Peters to Vote on Resolution to Turn Off Red Light Cameras

ST. PETERS, Mo. (KMOX) - Red-light cameras in St. Peters could be turned off next week under a resolution up for a vote at tonight’s Aldermanic meeting. 173 more words

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Missouri Schedules Execution of Convicted Killer Leon Taylor

ST. LOUIS (KMOX/AP) – Missouri has scheduled what could be its eighth execution this year.

The state Supreme Court set Sept. 10 as the execution date for convicted killer Leon Taylor. 132 more words

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