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MISSOURI ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Schmitt Secures Three More Federal Indictments Through Safer Streets Initiative
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that his office has secured an additional three federal indictments in St. Louis through the Safer Streets Initiative.
MISSOURI ATTORNEY GENERAL: St. Louis Crime Commission Donates $200,000 to Better Family Life to Prevent Violent Crime in St. Louis
St. Louis Crime Commission – joined by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District Jeff Jensen, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department Chief John Hayden, and St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar – announced in a press conference an investment of $200,000 to Better Family Life to help deter violent crime and aid families of victims of violent crime in the St. Louis region. Better Family Life, represented by James Clark, accepted the donation from the Crime Commission’s President Ed Dowd.
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JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt in June declared his intention to expand the state’s lawsuit against opioid manufacturers Purdue Pharma, Endo Pharmaceuticals, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, and its parent company Johnson and Johnson, adding public nuisance and unjust enrichment claims against the companies.
JEFFERSON CITY – Drug companies agreeing not to compete and to fix prices of generic prescription medications is as "bad as it" can get under anti-trust rules, according to one legal expert in corporate law.
AG announces disbursement of sham Disabled Police and Sheriffs Foundation cash, but fraction of total raised
JEFFERSON CITY – A law enforcement charity has welcomed an infusion of monies following the shuttering of a sham fundraising operation.
ST. LOUIS – A federal judge has rejected the Missouri Attorney General’s Office request to impose sanctions in connection with litigation concerning Backpage.com.
MISSOURI ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Schmitt Asks Congress to Amend Communication Decency Act, Allow More Efficient Enforcement
Attorney General Schmitt joined 46 AGs across the country this to ask Congress, again, to amend the Communications Decency Act in order to make sure state and local authorities are able to better protect our citizens online and take appropriate action against criminal actors.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced that a judge has ordered “The Offsets” swimming hole to cease operations until necessary safety measures are implemented.
MISSOURI ATTORNEY GENERAL: AG Schmitt Joins 51 AG Coalition Calling for Forgiveness of Student Loans for Totally and Permanently Disabled Veterans
Attorney General Schmitt joined a group of 51 Attorneys General in urging the U.S. Department of Education (DOE) to automatically forgive the student loans of veterans who became totally and permanently disabled in connection with their military service.
Attorney General Schmitt and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are teaming up to fight back against human trafficking in Missouri.