Missouri Supreme Court

Missouri Chief Justice Price
4:15 pm
Thu June 30, 2011

Price's term as Mo. Supreme Court Chief Justice ends, says more money needed for courts

William Ray Price Jr. talks to reporters during his last full day as Chief Justice of the Mo. Supreme Court.
(Marshall Griffin/St. Louis Public Radio)

William Ray Price Jr.’s two-year term as Chief Justice of the Missouri Supreme Court ends today.

He spent his last full day in charge talking to reporters about several topics, including the need to fund the state’s drug courts.  Price says that drugs are the “leading, driving force” behind crime nationwide.

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MO Statehouse
4:24 pm
Wed March 23, 2011

Mo. Supreme Court hears case that could affect McKee's NorthSide project

Missouri Supreme Court building in Jefferson City.
Marshall Griffin, St. Louis Public Radio

The Missouri Supreme Court heard arguments today over the constitutionality of a state tax credit which has enabled St. Louis developer Paul McKee to buy up several tracts of land on the city’s north side.

McKee has so far received $28 million in tax credits for his NorthSide development project.

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Mo. Supreme Court Archives
11:09 am
Mon March 7, 2011

Mo. Supreme Court cases from 1800s to go on Web

(via Flickr/steakpinball)

History buff? Legal enthusiast? Generally curious about Missouri's past? Get excited.

The Missouri State Archives will be posting thousands of old state Supreme Court cases online for the public to view beginning late next year.

The Secretary of State's office says the State Archives has received a grant of more than $148,000 from the federal government for the project.

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Juvenile life sentence
2:40 pm
Tue December 21, 2010

MO Supreme Court upholds life sentence for juvenile in death of St. Louis cop

Norvelle Brown had been a police officer for less than a year when he was shot and killed in August 2007. The state Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld a life sentence for the young man convicted in the officer's death.
(St. Louis Metropolitan Police Dept. via UPI)

The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the sentence of a St. Louis teenager who was 15 when he shot and killed a St. Louis police officer.

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