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Draper urges more voter education about judges

The following was posted on the Jefferson City News Tribune’s website on November 22, 2014. It was written by Bob Watson from the Jefferson City News Tribune. “Missouri voters need to know more about the judges they vote on, Supreme Court Judge George Draper III said Friday — and the Missouri Bar should be involved

Civil Rights Act of 1964 – Part 2

Civil Rights Act of 1964

2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To commemorate that anniversary, The Missouri Bar Citizenship Education Program and the Missouri Press Association Newspaper in Education Program produced feature articles about the historic timeline of important civil rights advancements. In 1964, almost 100 years after the end of

Appeals court to hold oral arguments in Jackson

Missouri Court of Appeals for the Eastern District is holding a docket in the Cape Girardeau County commission chambers in Jackson on November 19, 2014. Interested citizens are invited to attend the court sessions. A panel of judges consists of Judge Mary K. Hoff, Judge Gary Gaertner Jr. and Judge Philip Hess. Chief Judge Angela

Civil Rights Act of 1964 – Part 1

Civil Rights Act of 1964

Civil Rights Act of 1964 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. To commemorate that anniversary, The Missouri Bar Citizenship Education Program and the Missouri Press Association Newspaper in Education Program produced feature articles about the historic timeline of important civil rights advancements. Civil Rights Timeline Quick

How Missouri’s Courts Work

How Missouri's Courts Work for You

How Missouri’s Courts Work A Quick Guide to Missouri’s Courts System What will you find at the center of every county in Missouri? The answer, of course, is the county courthouse, where on a regular basis people come to the circuit courts asking judges for justice or to solve problems that require an application of

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