BREAKING NEWS

AG Koster announces successful lawsuit in St. Louis County to commit sexually violent predator for confinement and treatment


Jefferson City, Mo. (December 6, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster announced that, late last week, a St. Louis County jury found James B. Geitz, 66, to be a sexually violent predator. Geitz was thereafter committed to the Sex Offender Rehabilitation and Treatment Service in Farmington. The judgment and commitment order was signed by Judge Joseph Walsh III. Read more...

AG Koster announces sentencing in Wayne County assault and burglary


Jefferson City, Mo. (December 5, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster announced Judge Kelly Wayne Parker sentenced Charles L. White, age 34, to a total of 35 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections. White was sentenced to 25 years for first degree assault and 10 years for first degree burglary, with the sentences to run consecutively. The case was heard by a Wayne County jury, on a change of venue from Carter County. The jury returned guilty verdicts on both counts after a three day trial in August.  Read more...

AG Koster obtains judgment against Benton County RV park for clean-water violations


Jefferson City, Mo. (December 1, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster announced today the owners of a Benton County RV park were found liable by a jury for violating the Missouri Clean Water Law and the Missouri Safe Drinking Water Law. The jury found Raymond and Elaine Herron, owners of TT Highway Camp & Storage, or TT Campground, liable for violating the Missouri Safe Drinking Water Law related to the operation of the Campground’s public water system. Read more...

AG Koster’s statement regarding Missouri Supreme Court Judge Richard Teitelman


Jefferson City, Mo. (November 29, 2016) – Attorney General Chris Koster today released the following statement: "I am deeply saddened to learn of the death of Missouri Supreme Court Judge Richard Teitelman. Judge Teitelman has given our state a lifetime of public service, including two decades at Legal Services of Eastern Missouri representing the most vulnerable of our citizens. We will miss his wisdom, humor, and friendship." Read more...