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McGlynn awards taxable costs to First National Bank of Waterloo in suit alleging it dispensed toxins into lake
St. Clair County Circuit Judge Stephen McGlynn granted First National Bank of Waterloo’s motion to recover taxable court costs against a woman alleging the defendant dispensed copper sulfate into lake waters.
The list of drivers whose DUI cases were affected by a clerical error along with former U.S. attorney Stephen Wigginton when a Madison County clerk failed to timely schedule statutory summary suspension hearings includes a woman with a long criminal history who had been driving on a revoked license.
Several St. Clair County residents argue that the lawsuit they filed in federal court accusing a tax buyer of participating in a bid-rigging scheme is protected from defamation and false light claims.
Sides spar over clerical error that allows Wigginton to keep license - and just who is politicizing it?
Did former U.S. Attorney Stephen Wigginton receive intentionally favorable treatment in the handling of his Madison County DUI case, or, is an admitted clerical error that allows him to retain his driving privileges being unfairly politicized?
Pop’s Nightclub denies liability in a Dram Shop suit alleging a woman died when an intoxicated wrong-way driver caused a collision on I-64.
Madison County Circuit Clerk says clerical error rescinding license suspension for former U.S. attorney not political
During a press conference Wednesday, Madison County Circuit Clerk Mark Von Nida said a clerical error that allows former U.S. Attorney Stephen Wigginton, 55, to retain driving privileges after his second DUI in two years was not politically motivated.
Madison County Circuit Judge William Mudge scheduled a non-jury, damages only trial in a motorcyclist’s suit alleging he suffered a severe brain injury due to a defective helmet.
After receiving his second DUI in two years, former U.S. attorney Stephen Wigginton, 55, will be allowed to keep his driver’s license while his current charges are pending due to scheduling mistake by the Madison County Circuit Clerk's office.
St. Clair County jurors awarded a motorist $7,500 following a 2011 rear-end collision in Sauget.
A frequent target of asbestos litigation, Crane Co. appears to have substituted counsel with a St. Louis asbestos defense firm in all of its local pending asbestos cases in early January.
The Village of Godfrey denied liability in a suit alleging a two-year-old girl fell out of a barrel train ride at Glazebrook Park onto a gravel parking lot and was run over by the train operator.
The Veterans Assistance Commission and superintendent Brad Lavite denied Madison County’s affirmative defenses alleging the plaintiffs’ suit seeking more than $1 million due to alleged funding shortfalls is “frivolous” and without “basis in fact or law.”
AmeriGas argues St. Clair County judicial admission not applicable to Madison County suit involving home explosion
A gas company argues that a judicial admission in St. Clair County cannot be applied to a Madison County suit alleging a family was injured when their rental home exploded.
Madison County State’s Attorney Tom Gibbons appointed Crystal Uhe as the new First Assistant State’s Attorney.
Drug makers and retailer CVS filed their eighth motion for an extension of time to answer an opioid suit alleging an unlawful marketing scheme.