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MO Supreme Court Wants Juvenile Killers to get Chance for Parole

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) A Missouri Supreme Court ruling last month opens the door to possible parole for a Jasper County man and 80 other inmates who were convicted as juveniles of first-degree murder. 119 more words

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Missouri Supreme Court Upholds HIV-Risk Law

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – Requiring people who are HIV-positive to inform their sexual partners about their disease does not violate constitutional protections of free speech or privacy, the Missouri Supreme Court wrote in a unanimous opinion released Tuesday. 234 more words

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Reginald Clemons Will Be Retried for Kerry Sisters' Murders

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – There will be a retrial in the nearly 25-year-old murders of Julie and Robin Kerry on the Chain of Rocks Bridge. 154 more words

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Tax man may come knocking on dance school and other like businesses door

KIRKWOOD, MO (KPLR) – If you have kids in dance class, karate, or many other lessons in Missouri, get ready to pay more.

A Supreme Court ruling has the tax man knocking at those schools. 265 more words

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Tax man may come knocking on dance school and other similar businesses' doors

KIRKWOOD, MO (KTVI) – If you have kids in dance class, karate, or many other lessons in Missouri, get ready to pay more.

A Supreme Court ruling has the tax man knocking at those schools. 265 more words

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Missouri Supreme Court Weighs Case on Gun Shop Liability

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) – A lawyer for a Missouri mother who says a pawn shop should be held accountable for selling her daughter with mental illness the gun she used to kill her own father challenged a claim that state and federal law protects the seller from liability. 479 more words

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New California law aims to combat racial profiling by police: it sounds good, but will it create any change?

By Jason Raylesberg
Associate Editor, Vol. 21

California and Missouri recently instituted separate measures to curb racial profiling within the legal system. In response to widespread police brutality nationally, California passed the “ 640 more words

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