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Heroin dealer confesses drug business caused deaths

Heroin dealer Deborah Perkins at last confessed that her drug business caused Jessie Williams and Jennifer Herling to die.

State Farm seeks mandamus relief at Seventh Circuit; Insurer wants appeals court to stop Avery revival attempt

Karmeier

Default judgment entered against ESL woman involving fire claim

ST. LOUIS - Federal court clerk James Woodward entered default judgment against Danisha Combs of East St. Louis on a complaint that she improperly claimed fire damage at a house Ed Sieron owned.

Former treasurer Bathon sentenced to 30 months

Herndon

Herndon 'remains convinced' allowing Avery v. State Farm to go forward; Damages could exceed $3 billion

Herndon

Drug dealer announces cooperation with St. Clair County authorities; Families of victims express frustration with sentences

Chris KeelEAST ST. LOUIS – As Doug Oliver accepted a 30-year sentence for selling heroin, he dropped the first solid clue in months that an investigation of St. Clair County corruption continues.At his sentencing hearing on Dec. 5, he told Chief District Judge David Herndon that he is cooperating with St. Clair County authorities.Prosecutor Robert Garrison apparently hadn’t expected him to reveal his

Asbestos forum motions await Lopinot's ruling; Will St. Clair County host national docket?

Gori

More asbestos removed to federal court; Judges recuse

Chessler

Final hearing in Abbott Lab food pump class action set Dec. 12; Charity to get $6.7M, lawyers $3M and class zero

Sprague

Crane Co. removes asbestos suits to federal court; Question on federal defense under advisement at 9th Circuit

Gori

Fourth District affirms summary judgment in asbestos case

Wylder

Chance's recount argument is 'expression of hope,' lawyer says

Chance

7th Circuit favors MERS in Union Co. recording fee case; Recommends same for St. Clair Co. class action

Posner

ARDC files complaint against Duebbert over ad in campaign against Lopinot

Duebbert

Sentencing hearing for heroin dealers moved up to Dec. 5

Chris Keel holds signs she plans to present at a sentencing hearing for convicted drug dealers.

Cook pleads guilty to drug, firearm charges; judge accepts plea, but not agreement

Cook

Sieron's residency at issue in suit and counter-suit over ESL fire loss

Cockerham

Commerce Bank tells Bank of Edwardsville to freeze Delaney assets

Delaney

Former probation officer pleads guilty to supplying cocaine to late judge

Kuehn

Cook's plea will either close book on investigation or start new chapter

Cook