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Attorney & Jazz Aficionado Don Wolff Dies

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – A well-known St. Louis criminal defense attorney and longtime host of the Saturday night “I Love Jazz” show on KMOX has died. 189 more words


Judge Edward W. Bearse Given Reprimand for Facebook Posts

The Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards has reprimanded senior judge Edward Bearse for posting Facebook comments that put his personal interests ahead of his duty to maintain the appearance of impartiality. 656 more words

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Special Prosecutor Appointed in St. Louis Police Shooting

ST. LOUIS (AP) – A special prosecutor has been appointed in a fatal police shooting in St. Louis.

Attorney Hal Goldsmith will serve as special prosecutor to review the investigation into the January shooting death of 19-year-old Isaac Holmes. 113 more words


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I’m going to skip over the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, not because they aren’t important, but because I don’t know a single person who hasn’t heard of this tragedy. 61 more words

Court Order Requires City to Follow Law: Impound, Not Destroy, Property Seized in Sweeps

Court date of 1/12/16 set for Martin v. City and County of Honolulu

Read the Order: MartinVCC_2007523-0–10888-2

HONOLULU, HAWAI‘I – In response to new evidence, Federal Judge Helen Gillmor has ordered that the City and County of Honolulu (“City”) must stop “immediately dispos of any property” under the Sidewalk Nuisance and Stored Property Ordinances (“Ordinances”). 453 more words

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Suit Challenges Missouri Law Limiting Municipal Court Fines

ST. LOUIS (AP) – A dozen St. Louis-area municipalities sued the state Thursday, hoping to halt what they consider to be an unconstitutional new law that limits Missouri cities’ ability to profit from minor traffic tickets and court fines. 406 more words


Pastor and Maui County Settle 1st Amendment Lawsuit

County Drops Appeal, Maui Police to Receive Additional Training on Free Speech in Public Spaces

Read the settlement agreement: Goodhue_106StipulationforDismissalwithPrejudiceandOrder

HONOLULU – In a victory for free speech, a federal 1st Amendment lawsuit brought by a Maui pastor and his wife has been settled. 394 more words

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