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Topic - Supreme Court Of Missouri
Pizza parlors, doughnut shops and even convenience stores all could be in line for a tax break on the food that they make and sell as a result of a measure moving through the Missouri Legislature.
The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a St. Louis County woman for the suffocating death of her daughter in 2008.
The Missouri Supreme Court overturned 30 years of precedent with a ruling Tuesday that gives greater legal protections to injured workers who subsequently are fired from their jobs.
A death row inmate has asked the Missouri Supreme Court for a new trial, saying new evidence undermines a conviction that was key to his death sentence and that investigators whose questionable conduct led to the overturning of another capital case also mishandled his case.
The Missouri Supreme Court has decided it will not hear the cases of three cities whose red-light camera laws have been challenged in lower courts.
Seeking to sidestep a court ruling, the Missouri House endorsed legislation Wednesday that attempts to reinstate limits on the amount of money people can receive from medical malpractice lawsuits.
The case of a Chillicothe man facing a third murder trial in his neighbor's shooting death now has its 11th prosecutor.
A death row inmate is again asking the Missouri Supreme Court to overturn his conviction for a 1991 killing in southern Missouri.
The Missouri Supreme Court has revived a potential initiative for a light rail system in Kansas City.
A Missouri man whose murder convictions for the 1990 slaying of his neighbor have twice been overturned will go to trial for the third time in July, and a judge said Friday he planned to rule by early next week whether to remove the state attorney general's office from the case.
The Missouri Supreme Court is giving the Archdiocese of St. Louis additional time to release the names of more than 100 employees accused of child sexual abuse since 1986.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — The Missouri Court of Appeals ordered the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Louis on Thursday to release two decades' worth of sexual abuse allegations against priests.