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6 preparing criminal defense for hazing accusations

Hazing, abuse that a student endures in an attempt to be accepted into an organization such as a fraternity, is illegal. Like any other crime, in order for a hazing conviction to be obtained, there must be sufficient evidence to prove that the crime actually occurred. Six Missouri University students are likely now each focused on preparing a criminal defense against hazing accusations.

2 men form their criminal defense against 2013 murder accusations

Over a year and a half after a body was found in the Grand River, two men have been arrested. The Missouri police have accused both men of murdering the 29-year-old and attempting to dispose of the body in the river. Both men must presumably begin their criminal defense soon.

Two arrested for possession of drugs, one facing theft charges

Theft allegations apparently led Missouri police to charge two individuals with drug offenses. Although one of those arrested was later released, the other is still behind bars for possession of drugs and theft charges. However, she has the option to post a $2,000 cash bond.

2 face possession of drugs accusations after search of residence

After an investigation into suspected drug activity, two men were arrested in West Plains. A 22-year-old and a 24-year-old now face multiple accusations for possession of drugs as well as a maintaining a public nuisance charge. Each is likely focused on preparing a criminal defenses in advance of the cases heading to a Missouri courtroom soon.

Criminal defense to begin for 3 accused of copper theft

The authorities in Poplar Bluff recently arrested three individuals on accusations of theft. They are accused of trying to steal copper from an irrigation system on Missouri agricultural land. Each person is likely in the midst of preparing his or her criminal defense against the criminal charges.

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December 2014 Archives | St. Louis Criminal Law Blog