Every few years voters in St. Louis and St. Louis County get to choose whether to retain the judges appointed to their circuit courts by the governor's office. This year 24 judges are up for retention in the city and county. Of those two dozen judges, only one earned a failing grade from the attorne ... More >>
Right now, if you're convicted for possession of a controlled substance in Missouri, a low-level felony, you could be sentenced to a seven-year prison term. And if you're convicted for involuntary manslaughter, it could mean a sentence of anywhere between one and seven years. To many Missou ... More >>
Image viaJudge David C. "Maximum" Mason of the 22nd Circuit -- noddin' off during trial?It's not easy to feel sorry for Terrence Hendricks. He's the 23-year-old who burglarized a home a few blocks north of the U. City Loop back in February 2009. When the homeowner returned and caught him red-hand ... More >>
Okay, St. Louis puffers, you asked for it -- and here it is: the unofficial list of city bars that have applied for an exemption from the smoking ban. A quick word of caution: This is not a list of places that have officially been declared exempt, but rather a list of bars whose owners beli ... More >>
OK, St. Louis puffers, you asked for it, you got it: the unofficial list of city bars that have applied for an exemption from the smoking ban, to date. A quick word of caution: this is not a list of places that have officially been declared exempt, but rather a list of bars whose owners bel ... More >>
Pugnacious defense attorney Frank "Tony" Fabbri never backed away from a fight. Then the lawyer ran afoul of the law.
Where is Lisa Krempasky and why are so many people suing her?
St. Louis has enough fabulous burger joints to keep any carnivore happy
Dooley's Ltd. Restaurant & Pub, 308 N. Eighth Street, 314-231-4200 / Missouri Bar & Grill, 701 N. Tucker Boulevard, 314-231-2234
Neil Hamburger just might be hipper than you are, but that doesn't mean you can't take his calls; meanwhile, St. Louis courts record their cases on handy stone tablets.
The mayor of tony Creve Coeur and her husband found a novel way of handling political disputes -- they sue critics
When it comes to ripping people off, John Tiller and the Civil Rights Legal Defense Team just keep going and going
For more than three decades, Eric Vickers has been lighting brushfires, crusading against the racism he sees around him. Now, the civil-rights lawyer and activist finds himself burned.
Missouri's junior senator says he is a pro-consumer health-care reformist. But the insurance companies, HMOs and big business, which give him millions, think he's on their side.
Allstate doesn't need much evidence to accuse their own customers of arson and fraud ... and save themselves a few thousand bucks