Missouri

Criminal Justice

Ferguson case demonstrates the potential shortcomings of eyewitness testimony

Criminal Justice

Missouri’s ‘officer-friendly’ use-of-force law likely helped Ferguson officer avoid charges

Constitutional Law

Civil rights lawyers head to Ferguson as grand jury decision in police slaying of unarmed teen looms

Civil Rights

State of emergency in Missouri as grand jury mulls slaying of black teen in Ferguson

Criminal Justice

Lawyer pleads guilty in Bentley crash; was trial exhaustion to blame?

Criminal Justice

Inmate on death row for fatal 1992 divorce-court shooting rampage dies of natural causes

Criminal Justice

Law grad convicted of bank robbery gets another 45 years in related state case

Legislation & Lobbying

Lobbyists target attorneys general; Dickstein touts its ‘strong relationships’ with AGs

Criminal Justice

DOJ denounces ‘irresponsible’ leaks in Ferguson police-shooting case

White-Collar Crime

Disbarred lawyer who stole from his own mother and others gets 44 months in federal prison

Criminal Justice

Lawyer who robbed 3 banks and shot state trooper gets 24 years

First Amendment

Judge orders cops in Ferguson to stop enforcing ‘five-second rule’

Civil Rights

ACLU challenges police ‘five-second rule’ for arresting protesters in Ferguson

Privacy Law

Misidentified as a porn star by DJs, former 1L testifies against radio station in privacy suit

Criminal Justice

Deputy arrests disbarred lawyer a decade after taking report in child-abuse case

Criminal Justice

St. Louis lawyer charged with hindering prosecution of wanted woman

Civil Rights

Protesters sue city of Ferguson, St. Louis County and their police chiefs for $41.5 million

Attorney General

Holder, who has made police misconduct cases a priority, will travel to Ferguson

Criminal Justice

Harvard law prof calls for arrest of Ferguson cop; autopsy finds teen was shot at least six times

Criminal Justice

‘OK, let’s take him’: Post reporter recounts his arrest at Ferguson McDonald’s