The push for a special gun court in St. Louis is likely on its way to Jefferson City.
Law enforcement, prosecutors, and politicians attending the Urban Crime Summit in St. Louis Thursday said they will not let the plan die.
City judges voted Monday 16-11 against adopting an Armed Offender Docket in St. Louis.
But the message during the Urban Crime Summit was clear, judges should either get on board or they can expect a law will be passed requiring them to do so.
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