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Brief • April 28, 2017
Filed under: Wrongful Imprisonment
Jones v. City of St. Louis, MO, Complaint, Mistaken Identity, 2012 Case: 4:12-cv-01220-ERW Doc. #: 27 Filed: 09/06/12 Page: 1 of 18 PageID #: 204 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI EASTERN DIVISION TRAVIS JONES, Plaintiff v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS Serve: Francis Slay, Jr. 1200 ...
Brief • April 28, 2017
Filed under: Wrongful Imprisonment
Jones v. City of St. Louis, MO, Settlement Agreement, Mistaken Identity, 2013 SETTLEMENT AND CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT REGARDING TRAVIS JONES V. FRANCIS SLAY f:T AL., 4:12-CV-01220 ERW This Settlement and Confidentiality Agreement (the "Agreement"), made this A/(J<.k-4• :':L. 2013, by and among Tra;is S. Jones ("Jones"), the City of St. Louis, ...
Youell v. Correctional Medical Services, MO, Settlement, Wrongful Death Heroin, 2014 RELEASE ~TINE KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, THAT WE, YOUELL AS NEXT OF FRIEND OF ELI BOYD. A MINOR AND ISAAC BENNETT, SR. FOR THE SOLE CONSIDERATION OF TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND ZERO CENTS ($10,000.00) PAID TO US, ...
Brief • April 4, 2017
King v. City of Pagedale, MO, Amended Petition, Wrongful Death Suicide, 2015 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF ST. LOUIS, STATE OF MISSOURI GLADYS KING, individually and On behalf of her deceased daughter, KIMBERLEE RANDLE KING ) ) ) ) and ) ) T.R., a minor boy, by ...
Brief • April 4, 2017
King v. City of Pagedale, MO, Police Report, Wrongful Death Suicide, 2014 REPORT (14-51018) SUMMARY KIMBERLY RANDLE-KING 9/19/14 Suicide in Pagedale Jail 21yrold(d/o/b:06/06/93) Mother of2 (3 yr old and 4 yr old) 5'8", 150 lbs Employed CRolP~ VLll'-z-~ \\o..\e_~_ - ~l\)\.Lq e ~L(i~tLJ; No criminal record (7 FT A & ...
Brief • April 4, 2017
King v. City of Pagedale, MO, Settlement Agreement, Wrongful Death Suicide, 2017 vr1 1 i ,, --·---- CONFIDENTIAL SETTLEMENT AGREE!YIENT Al'l'D GENERAL RELEASE This CONFIDENTIAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT AND GENERAL RELEASE ("Agreement") is made and entered into by and between GLADYS KING and T .R., a minor boy, and T.R., a ...
Brief • March 17, 2017
Masters v. City of Independence, MO, Complaint, TASER cardiac arrest, 2016 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI WESTERN DIVISION BRYCE E. MASTERS, Plaintiff, v. CITY OF INDEPENDENCE, CHIEF OF POLICE TOM DAILEY, SGT. BRYCE BLACKMORE, TIMOTHY RUNNELS, TASER INTERNATIONAL, INC., and PATRICK “RICK” SMITH, ...
Article • March 10, 2017 • from PLN March, 2017
Filed under: Medication, Death Penalty
Judge Orders Missouri DOC to Disclose Names of Pharmacies that Supply Execution Drugs; Appellate Court Reverses by Lonnie Burton On March 21, 2016, a circuit court judge in Cole County, Missouri ruled in favor of several news media agencies and ordered the state&rsquo;s Department of Corrections (DOC) to release the ...
Missouri Jail Detainee Becomes Comatose, Treated in Hospital for Three Weeks by Christopher Zoukis In September 2015, Bernard Scott, 44, was arrested for various traffic violations and jailed at the Pine Lawn, Mo. jail in St. Louis County. He was held on a $360 bond. While in detention he called ...
Missouri County Settles Suit Over Jail Prisoner’s Suicide for $260,000 by Last year, Lincoln County, Missouri agreed to pay $260,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by the family of a jail prisoner who committed suicide in 2011. On August 21, 2011, police from the City of Troy responded to a ...
Ferguson, Missouri Under Fire for Revenue-based Criminal Justice System by Christopher Zoukis Following 2014 protests in Ferguson, Missouri ignited by the killing of an unarmed black youth by a white police officer, some local law enforcement practices have been changed. The reforms were spurred, in large part, by a U.S. ...
Article • December 7, 2016 • from PLN December, 2016
Missouri: Habeas Corpus Granted to Prisoner Denied Jail Credit by A Missouri Court of Appeals granted a prisoner&rsquo;s writ of habeas corpus and ordered him &ldquo;immediately released from custody.&rdquo; Before the state appellate court was the habeas petition of Andrew Kory. Kory was imprisoned on July 2, 2014 and charged ...
Article • December 7, 2016 • from PLN December, 2016
Missouri Governor Doesn’t Have to Serve as Public Defender by In a letter dated August 2, 2016, the director of Missouri&rsquo;s Public Defender System called for Governor Jay Nixon &ndash; a licensed lawyer who was a four-term Attorney General before being elected governor &ndash; to represent an indigent defendant in ...
Article • October 27, 2016
Missouri Not Required to Disclose Identity of Doctor or Pharmacy Who Provide Drugs for Lethal Injections by Lonnie Burton In an 8-3 decision following an en banc hearing, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit ruled that the state of Missouri does not have to disclose the names ...
Article • October 27, 2016
Missouri Court of Appeals Upholds Termination of Prisoner's Parental Rights by Matthew Clarke B.E.G. (Father) appealed the termination of parental rights to two minor children whom he sexually abused. The court of appeals affirmed. Because he pled guilty to child molestation, Father was prohibited by section 211.038 R.S. Mo. from ...
Article • October 25, 2016
Eighth Circuit Finds No Constitutional Right to Communicate in Chinese by Lonnie Burton On August 15, 2016, the Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the dismissal of a case filed by a Chinese-born Missouri state prisoner who had his mail to and from China repeatedly rejected by prison officials. ...
Judge Orders End to Recording of Attorney-Client Meetings at CCA’s Leavenworth Detention Center by Derek Gilna The Kansas Federal Public Defenders&rsquo; Office has challenged a scheme whereby officials at a detention center in Leavenworth, Kansas operated by Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) secretly video-recorded confidential attorney-client meetings. As a result, ...
Article • September 29, 2016
Filed under: Due Process
Missouri Supreme Court Invalidates Red Light Camera Ordinances by Mark Wilson The en banc Missouri Supreme Court held on August 18, 2015 that red light camera enforcement ordinances in three cities were invalid because they violated state law or due process. The City of St. Peters, Missouri enacted ordinance 4536, ...
Corizon Sued Over Death of Prisoner in St. Louis Jail by Matthew Clarke The St. Louis Lawyer's Group is helping the family of a man who died five days after arriving at the St. Louis Justice Center sue the jail's private medical services provider, Corizon. The suit alleges denial of ...
Article • September 7, 2016
Missouri Prisoner's Conviction for Assaulting Guard Upheld on Appeal by Lonnie Burton On May 24, 2016, the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, affirmed the conviction of a state prisoner charged with assaulting a Department of Corrections staff member. The length of the sentence imposed for the conviction was not ...
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