Missouri

Tort Law

Woman sues over eye injury from tossed roll at restaurant that touts its ‘throwed rolls’

Evidence

Lawyer’s double-murder trial delayed over use of subpoena rather than warrant for cellphone search

Law Firms

Bankruptcy trustee seeks clawback of bonuses paid before before law firm closed

Criminal Justice

Reporters covering Ferguson unrest last year are charged with failing to quickly leave McDonald’s

Civil Rights

57 arrested at federal courthouse in Ferguson anniversary protest; state of emergency declared

Civil Rights

Fired over racist emails, former Ferguson clerk gets part-time job at nearby court

Evidence

Man seeking state police job takes polygraph test, gets 20 years in prison

Court Security

Defendant is fatally shot outside courthouse while awaiting hearing with his lawyer

Banking Law

New credit union seeking to serve pot businesses sues after an adverse decision

Criminal Justice

Ferguson cops must face excessive force suit; plaintiff was charged for bleeding on their uniforms

Criminal Justice

Jail moves to video-only visits; fee will be charged to visitors

Civil Rights

8th Circuit grants immunity to cops who shot at driver of backfiring van

Evidence

Facebook posts point police to slain woman’s body and establish probable cause

Cybersecurity

Feds probe Cardinals officials for alleged hacking of Astros database

Criminal Justice

Lawyer accused of using forged power of attorney to help pull off double murder wins mistrial

Business of Law

Littler is hiring for new Kansas City admin center as it lays off 113 staffers in San Francisco

Criminal Justice

Two men who met at Ferguson protests admit plan to blow up police chief, top prosecutor

Careers

Former senator exits Bryan Cave after his testimony helped widow win $77M judgment from firm client

Consumer Law

Jury awards $250K plus $82M in punitives to woman sued over someone else’s credit card bill

Law Firms

Husch Blackwell partner resigns as Missouri House speaker over sexts with intern