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August 2012 News Releases

Aug 31, 2012
Attorney General Koster reaches agreement with E*Trade and TradeKing in investigation of retail securities brokerage industry
Aug 30, 2012
Attorney General Koster obtains indictment against St. Louis man for home-repair violations
Aug 30, 2012
Attorney General Koster announces that Missouri has already received more than $83 million from the National Mortgage Settlement
Aug 30, 2012
Attorney General Koster announces landmark $181 million national settlement with Johnson & Johnson subsidiary -- more than $4.3 million will come to Missouri --
Aug 30, 2012
Attorney General Koster enters into $76.5 million settlement with three major U.S. publishers over e-book price-fixing allegations
Aug 30, 2012
Attorney General Koster asks Supreme Court to reconsider execution date request for Joseph Franklin
Aug 27, 2012
Washington County man pleads guilty to murder
Aug 24, 2012
Attorney General Koster reaches settlement with California company for unlawful telemarketing practices
Aug 24, 2012
Montgomery City man found guilty of statutory sodomy
Aug 15, 2012
Attorney General Koster says Strong found guilty of three counts for his role with the Greenleaf Companies
Aug 14, 2012
Attorney General Koster issues statement on Supreme Courtís decision on execution dates
Aug 13, 2012
Attorney General Koster today brings state additional $1.4 million in penalties from LCD lawsuit settlement --$2.2 million total in penalties; consumers can file personal claims--
Aug 10, 2012
Attorney General Koster sues companies for violating Missouriís no-call law
Aug 9, 2012
AG Koster announces Missourians can now file claims to be reimbursed from the LCD settlement -- people who purchased televisions, laptops, and computers with LCD screens may qualify --
Aug 7, 2012
Jury commits Wellston man as sexually violent predator
Aug 3, 2012
Attorney General Koster says Missouri cities, school districts and not-for-profits now able to claim more than $1,000,000 from municipal bonds derivatives scheme
Aug 2, 2012
Attorney General Koster announces settlement of criminal proceedings against mortgage surrogate signing company DOCX and agreement with parent company Lender Processing Services, Inc. (LPS)

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