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Supreme Court case determines a DWI suspect is entitled to a private consultation with his attorney
under Missouri’s implied consent law, assuming the suspect requests a chance to
call his lawyer.
Hearing this issued for the first time, the state … Read the rest
A recent appellate decision has given a Columbia, Missouri man a new trial after it was determined that his blood was withdrawn without a warrant and later used as evidence in his jury trial.
A police officer from the City … Read the rest
The Missouri House Special Committee on Criminal Justice
voted 7-0 to approve legislation that would decriminalize small amounts of
marijuana. The bill proposes to reduce
the penalty for marijuana possession of less than 36 grams from a felony to a
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