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Front Line Report

1997 Issues

Issue DateTopics

December 1997 Get Acrobat Reader

  • AGO targets meth labs.
  • AG's Office joins national task force.
  • Legislative proposals geared for troubled youth.
  • Map of meth labs investigated in 1997.
  • Criminal defense lawyers can get fees.
  • Officer's intent questioned in inventory search.
  • Case law roundup.

June 1997 Get Acrobat Reader

  • AG's Office shuts down online casino.
  • U.S. Supreme Court to hear pursuit liability case.
  • Officer could be liable in car repossession case.
  • Legislative update.
  • Bill would reform prison litigation, allow prosecutor to appeal mental fitness ruling.
  • Bill makes extensive changes to pawnbroker law.
  • Case law roundup.

April 1997 Get Acrobat Reader

  • Nixon campaigns for crime victims: More judicial rights sought.
  • Missouri leads region in meth lab seizures (with map).
  • Police can order passengers out of vehicles.
  • Police officers target of assaults.
  • Non-certified peace officers limited on police powers.
  • No overtime pay for St. Louis officers
  • Case law roundup.

January 1997 Get Acrobat Reader

  • No guns for convicted officers: New federal law affects all law enforcement.
  • Qualification form to carry guns.
  • AG pushes crime-fighting initiatives for 1997.
  • DWI/Vehicular Homicide Seminar in February.
  • State Supreme Court upholds drug checkpoints.
  • Case law roundup.
 
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