Blog Posts in October, 2013

High Rates of Wrongful Arrests in St. Louis Lead to Lawsuits

Earlier this week, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch published Jailed by Mistake, an article that reveals a shocking number of wrongful arrests within the St. Louis criminal justice system. According to the ...
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Missouri Town Protests Over Teen Rape Case

One of the largest stories sweeping Missouri – and the entire nation – concerns a controversial alleged rape involving two teens in Maryville, Missouri, a town of roughly 12,000 residents. ...
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Meth Production Increases in St. Louis

New reports from Missouri law enforcement agencies are revealing alarming trends about methamphetamine production – its becoming increasingly common in St. Louis. In fact, officials are saying ...
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DWI Administrative Hearings in St. Louis

Although driving while intoxicated ( DWI ) and driving under the influence (DUI) are crimes that subject convicted individuals to serious criminal penalties – including hefty fines and possible ...
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