STLtoday.com - 29 Nov 2016
JEFFERSON CITY • Richard B. Teitelman, Missouri's first legally blind Supreme Court judge, has died. Judge Teitelman, known as “Rick,” began his service on the state's high court in March 2002 and served as its chief justice from July 2011 through June ...
STLtoday.com - 02 Mar 2017
JEFFERSON CITY • Three nominees have been selected to fill the vacancy on the Missouri Supreme Court created when Judge Richard B. Teitelman died in November. The Missouri Appellate Judicial Commission submitted the list to Gov. Eric Greitens on ...
STLtoday.com - 07 Feb 2017
JEFFERSON CITY • Among the 31 applicants vying for a seat on the Missouri Supreme Court is St. Louis attorney Benjamin Lipman, former Republican state legislator and St. Charles County executive Steve Ehlmann, and Ed Martin, the embattled, ...
St. Louis Jewish Light (blog) - 07 Dec 2016
Not many people can lay claim to being a “historic figure,” but Missouri Supreme Court Justice Richard B. Teitelman, who died Nov. 29 at the too-young age of 69, indeed made history when he was named to the court in 2002 by then Governor Bob Holden, ...
St. Louis Public Radio - 02 Dec 2016
Hundreds packed Graham Chapel at Washington University Thursday to remember Missouri Supreme Court judge Richard Teitelman. Teitelman died overnight Monday at his home in St. Louis at the age of 69. A native of Philadelphia, he moved to St. Louis ...
Ladue News - 13 Sep 2017
For 61 years legal services of Eastern Missouri has been providing free civil legal help to low-income families. This year's 35th annual For the Common Good Awards dinner recognized the pro bono attorneys and law firms that partner with LSEM.
STLtoday.com - 20 Nov 2012
A year later, Supreme Court judges named him clerk. “As the face of the court, we could not have had better representation,” said Chief Justice Richard B. Teitelman. Mass will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Peter Catholic Church in Jefferson City ...
Houston Herald - 08 Feb 2017
The list of names who applied to replace Judge Richard B. Teitelman, who passed away last year, was released Tuesday. Interviews are expected to be held Feb. 28 and March 1 before three nominees are forwarded to Gov. Eric Greitens for consideration.
St. Louis Public Radio - 09 Dec 2016
Local children's television icon Corky the Clown, beloved by baby boomers, died today. He was 91. Clif St. James, of Webster Groves, had been experiencing complications related to pneumonia. During the 1950s and 60s St. James was a veritable mainstay ...
STLtoday.com - 11 Aug 2017
The award honors outstanding public service and law-related education programs. The local group earned the honors for its Hon. Richard B. Teitelman Memorial St. Louis Pro Bono Challenge, which urges local firms to provide free legal services.
St. Louis Public Radio - 25 Mar 2017
Peter Sortino planned a 100th birthday bash for St. Louis that would go on for days and draw thousands of guests, but his name was largely unknown to most who attended. EATS Bridge, '04 Eve and River Splash are the enduring memories that most St.
STLtoday.com - 13 Jan 2018
Longtime civil rights leader, lawyer and activist Frankie Muse Freeman died Friday (Jan. 12, 2018). She was 101. Her death was confirmed Friday night by her daughter, Shelbe Patricia Bullock. “She went peacefully with her family beside her,” Bullock said.
The Center for Public Integrity - 04 Dec 2013
Read the 2012 reports. Mary R. Russell · Zel M. Fischer · Paul C. Wilson · Patricia Breckenridge · Richard B. Teitelman · Laura Denvir Stith · George W. Draper III. Montana. Read the 2012 reports. Mike McGrath. Brian Morris. Laurie McKinnon. Beth Baker.
Lakenewsonline.com - 09 Nov 2016
Lake-area residents went to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 8, for general election balloting. Results for Camden, Miller and Morgan counties are as follows: Lake-area residents went to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 8, for general election balloting. Results for ...
STLtoday.com - 02 Nov 2016
ST. LOUIS COUNTY • Twice before, Associate Judge Dale W. Hood received dismal ratings from a judicial review committee but won retention anyway to the St. Louis County bench. He goes before the voters Tuesday with the lowest score in the state.
Springfield News-Leader - 09 Feb 2016
In his dissenting opinion, Judge Richard B. Teitelman said he would reverse the judgment and vacate the conviction for attempted first-degree assault. The judge would find that, while Lammers' thoughts are cause for "grave concern," he never took a ...
STLtoday.com - 30 Oct 2013
When Missouri Highway Patrol Cpl. Dennis Engelhard died on an icy highway on Christmas Day 2009, he left behind a legal dilemma: Should his same-sex partner, who had been with him almost 15 years and with whom he was raising a son, be eligible for ...