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Case Name Liddell v. Board of Education for the City of St. Louis SD-MO-0001
Docket / Court No. 72-100C(1) ( E.D. Mo. )
State/Territory Missouri
Case Type(s) Education
School Desegregation
Attorney Organization NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Case Summary
On February 18, 1972, five Black parents and their minor children filed this class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. They sued the Board of Education of the City of St. Louis and a number of its officials under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. The plaintiffs, ... read more >
On February 18, 1972, five Black parents and their minor children filed this class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. They sued the Board of Education of the City of St. Louis and a number of its officials under 42 U.S.C. § 1983. The plaintiffs, represented by private counsel, asked the court for injunctive relief, claiming that the defendants operated city schools in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment. Specifically, the plaintiffs claimed racial discrimination in the operation of the St. Louis Public Schools.

In 1971, parents of students who attended public school in St. Louis, Missouri received notice that, due to school overcrowding, their children were being assigned to attend school in a distant, old and worn school building. Their informal efforts at seeking relief from the city's school officials proved unsatisfactory and characteristic. As a result, five black parents and their minor children filed this class action complaint, asking the court to promptly require the defendants to operate the schools using "nondiscriminatory allocation of financial and physical resources" and without "racially identifiable" boundaries, building usage, pupil/staff/faculty assignments, and transportation services. Two months later, the defendants' answer admitted that state law required racially segregated schools prior to 1954, but denied they had administered the schools in a way that denied equal education to black students.

On October 3, 1973, after discovery proceedings by the parties, U.S. District Court Judge James H. Meredith allowed the case to proceed as a class action. He invited other interested parties to intervene on or before December 1, 1973. No one applied for intervention.

On October 30, 1973, Judge Meredith denied the defendants' motion to direct the plaintiffs to add the state of Missouri and various of its' agencies and officials, as well as twenty school districts in St. Louis County (a separate entity from the city) and the county's board of education as defendants in the case.

More than twenty-five years of litigation followed, which included the design, approval, and adoption of the nation's first voluntary interdistrict student transfer program used to settle a school desegregation case. The complexities, duration, and expansion of this case compel, perhaps, over-summarization here; however, the list of reported decisions at the end of this summary enables the reader seeking details about this case to find them.

The initial parties filed a written stipulation of facts on June 7, 1974, and on December 24, 1975, entered into a court-approved intradistrict consent decree. Aiming to create racially diverse schools, the decree included a requirement for the city board to operate magnet schools specializing in topics such as business, science, and the performing arts. The court ordered publication of the judgment, advising that anyone who had objections to it should file them by January 16, 1976. Six black pupils, through their parents and friends, and the St. Louis chapter of the NAACP filed objections and sought to intervene. They were represented by private counsel and by attorneys of the NAACP. The original plaintiffs and defendants resisted both the objections and the intervention motion. Following a hearing, Judge Meredith overruled the objections. He denied the application for intervention on the grounds that it was untimely and that the class was adequately represented. He also found that the decree was adequate for the present time and gave all interested parties the opportunity to make additional suggestions to the court from time to time. The rebuffed putative intervenors appealed to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. Meanwhile, several magnet schools began operation during the 1976-77 school year.

The Eighth Circuit noted that the appellants' failure to intervene in 1973 ordinarily would preclude their success on appeal, but found that other factors made the attempt at intervention sufficiently timely, in the circumstances, which included that the proposed decree took "only partial steps toward implementing a unitary school system...." Difficulties in working out a meaningful constitutional plan for a school system then comprised of 70% black students and 30% white students, most of whom attended largely single-race schools, prompted the court (i) to suggest that the district court invite intervention by the U.S. Department of Justice and the state, (ii) to recommend that the parties explore the creation of a bi-racial citizens advisory committee, and (iii) to encourage investigation into the voluntary cooperation of the county in accepting transfers of minority students. Ordering the district court to immediately grant the appellants' petition for intervention, the appellate panel remanded the case for hearing the parties' objections to the plan and for submission of alternate plans, adding that "[i]n no event should implementation of plans for a unitary school system be delayed beyond the commencement of the 1977-78 school term. Liddell v. Caldwell, 546 F.2d 768 (8th Cir. 1976) (Circuit Judge Donald P. Lay). Efforts to stay, and for further appellate review of, this decision failed. The case returned to Judge Meredith.

The district court authorized additional plaintiffs, including a parents group, the city, and the United States, and additional defendants, including the state, its education commissioner, and its board of education. Trial began on November 17, 1977, and continued until May 26, 1978. The district court accepted post-trial briefs through October 31, 1978, and heard oral arguments on February 2, 1979. Judge Meredith, on April 12, 1979, found that the city's housing segregation and neighborhood schools policy led to the public schools' racial imbalance, not any intentional segregation caused by the school board. The judge viewed the NAACP's plan to integrate schools by racial percentage assignments as likely to result in more segregation, as did an expert witness for the United States, Dr. Gary Orfield, who had suggested that the city board ask county districts to find volunteer white students to attend city schools to achieve integration. The judge noted that such interdistrict transfers could result from the city board's continued operation of magnet schools, but he imposed no remedy because he had found no constitutional violation. Liddell v. Board of Education, 469 F. Supp. 1304 (E.D. Mo. 1979). Separate factions of plaintiffs appealed.

The Eighth Circuit heard the case en banc and, on March 3, 1980, unanimously reversed the district court. Again writing the appellate opinion, Judge Lay found that the city board's neighborhood schools policy (with attendance zones drawn to correspond with racially identifiable neighborhoods) and the board's failure, since 1954, to take steps necessary to convert its' schools to a unitary system implied an intent to segregate and required a system-wide remedy. The court evaluated the several desegregation plans that had been submitted to the district court and remanded the case to that court with instructions that the city board develop a comprehensive integration plan within 60 days under either of two approaches: one consolidated the city and county schools and the other involved voluntary interdistrict transfers. The Court held that the defendants would be required to pay for the costs of integration. Judge Lay noted that the county districts had, prior to 1954, collaborated with the city to ensure segregated schools through these districts' assignment and transport of suburban black students to the city's black schools. Adams v. United States, 620 F.2d 1277 (8th Cir. 1980). The opinion added that plaintiffs' attorneys' fees should be awarded upon proper application to the district court.

On remand, Judge Meredith appointed Dr. Orfield as the court's expert. The city board approved a desegregation plan in April and submitted it to the court, which held hearings on the plan. On May 21, 1980, the judge found that both the city and the state were responsible for the segregated St. Louis schools. He approved a comprehensive intradistrict desegregation plan to take effect that fall. Along with the plan's student reassignments, magnet schools, faculty integration, biennial progress reports, and a monitoring committee, the judge directed the state, the United States, and the city board to work with county school districts and develop, for 1980-81 implementation, a voluntary cooperative plan of interdistrict pupil exchanges to eradicate the remaining vestiges of government-imposed school segregation in the city and the county. Liddell v. Board of Education, 491 F. Supp. 351 (E.D. Mo. 1980). These interdistrict planning requirements, part of paragraph 12 of the decree, referenced what came to be known as the 12(a) voluntary plan and the 12(c) mandatory plan. The state and two factions of plaintiffs appealed, but Judge Meredith's monitoring committee kept active, headed by Edward T. Foote, then-Dean of Washington University School of Law.

Meeting with state and city education officials throughout the summer, Dean Foote presented to the court in October 1980, a framework for a voluntary interdistrict transfer plan including state-financed incentives for cooperating districts. The state had, by December 1980, submitted a plan for voluntary city-county student exchanges, but Judge Meredith found it insufficient to even determine its feasibility and directed the state to submit another voluntary plan by February 2, 1981. Liddell v. Board of Education, 508 F. Supp. 101 (E.D. Mo. 1980). Two days after Judge Meredith's ruling, responsibility for judging the case passed to District Judge William L. Hungate. He ordered Dean Foote to draft a 12(a) plan. Most of this plan's proposals, submitted to the court in March 1981 as "An Educational Plan for Voluntary, Cooperative Desegregation" (reprinted at 2 Pub. L. F. 35-68(1982)), were adopted in the 12(a) plan approved by the court in July 1981. The plan featured voluntary transfers of black city students to county schools, city magnet schools to attract white county students, state fiscal incentives to participating districts, and state payment of transportation costs. The court added that county districts' participation would not be evidence of liability in the on-going interdistrict component of the school desegregation case and could be a factor in any compulsory plan later ordered. By August 1981, however, only five county districts accepted the plan, which was then implemented as a pilot project.

Judge Hungate resumed efforts toward a 12(c) plan for the non-participating county districts, ordering a hearing on mandatory interdistrict relief for March 1, 1992, and interim development of such plans and a 90-day discovery period. The state and various parties had appealed aspects of the district court's rulings, resulting in an Eighth Circuit opinion on February 25, 1982, written by Circuit Judge Gerald W. Heaney. The decision, which came to be known as "Liddell V," first ruled that a broad 12(c) plan could not be implemented on the then-present record, as the suburban districts had not been afforded an opportunity to be heard nor had findings been made that those districts contributed to the city schools' segregation, or that the state, through its control over the suburban districts, had done so. The ruling suggested the district court enter a 12(c) order and quickly try the issue of the state's and the suburban districts' interdistrict liability. It also upheld imposing the 12(a) plan's transportation costs on the state and a stay of interdistrict litigation granted to the 12(a) plan's participating districts. Liddell v. Board of Education, 677 F.2d 626 (8th Cir.), cert. denied, 459 U.S. 877 (1982).

Liddell V could be read as a prelude to heavy financial burdens being imposed upon the state and county districts if they lost in the interdistrict litigation. Perhaps as a result, nine additional suburban districts joined the 12(a) plan. On October 15, 1982, Judge Hungate appointed Professor Bruce LaPierre, of Washington University School of Law, as Special Master for the purpose of exploring settlement possibilities among the original plaintiffs, the NAACP, the city board of education, 23 suburban school districts, the state, the Department of Justice, the city, and the county. By February 14, 1983 (the trial date for the interdistrict component of the case), Prof. LaPierre reported that settlement was a strong possibility, leading to trial postponements so negotiations could conclude. A voluntary interdistrict school desegregation plan resulted, part of a settlement agreement submitted to the court on March 30, 1983, and approved by Judge Hungate on July 5, 1983. Liddell v. Board of Education, 567 F. Supp. 1037 (E.D. Mo. 1983). With few modifications, the Eighth Circuit upheld the settlement on February 4, 1984, and the Supreme Court declined review. Liddell v. Board of Education, 731 F.2d 1294 (8th Cir.) (en banc) (Liddell VII), cert. denied, 469 U.S. 816 (1984).

Liddell VII set out the procedural history of the case to that point, set a 15,000 student cap on transfers from city to suburban schools, disapproved requiring state funding for county-to-county district transfers or for county-based magnet schools, required magnet school planning that presented reasonable probability of attracting suburban white students, made distinctions between remedial and general education programs which were part of the quality education component of the settlement (distinctions affecting state financial liability), approved allocating equal financial responsibility to the state and city board for city school capital improvements, and outlined a process (if needed) to achieve prohibition of a property tax rollback, disapproving the prohibition earlier ordered by the district court.

Implementation of the settlement agreement began in 1983. An excellent secondary source, La Pierre, "Voluntary Interdistrict School Desegregation in St. Louis: The Special Master's Tale," 1987 Wis. L. Rev. 971 (1987), describes the problems in implementing a comprehensive voluntary solution in this case and concludes that the courts kept the St. Louis plan from unraveling in the summer of 1987. Beginning on February 1, 1985, U.S. District Court Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh replaced Judge Hungate. On September 4, 1991, Judge Limbaugh transferred the case to District Judge George F. Gunn, Jr., but resumed presiding over the case in 1998, after Judge Gunn died. Overall, many thousands of docket entries were made reflecting actions in the case. A more comprehensive account of these actions, and their historical context, exists in a book by Judge Gerald W. Heaney & Dr. Susan Uchitelle, Unending Struggle: The Long Road to an Equal Education in St. Louis (Reedy Press 2004).

Among the case's developments over the years were 1985 and 1986 appellate decisions concerning aspects of planning, funding, and operating the magnet schools; Judge Limbaugh's March 1987 order revamping the magnet school program and May 1987 order reconstituting the magnet review panel with three nationally-known educators, Charles V. Willie, Eugene Reville, and John A. Murphy; that panel's September 1, 1987, report which led to negotiations and Judge Limbaugh's August 4, 1988, comprehensive plan to achieve student desegregation and financially sound school improvement; and the judge's dissatisfaction with city board efforts toward expanding the magnet school program.

In the early and mid-1990s, Judge Gunn oversaw disputes and delays involving school construction as part of the magnet school program; the Eighth Circuit sympathized with him and expressed its frustrations at the parties' delays. On multiple occasions during this period, the state unsuccessfully moved to terminate the case, asking for findings that the city's schools had achieved unitary status. On March 3, 1996, Judge Gunn began a unitary status hearing. Without ruling on the unitary status issue and continuing in effect the 1983 settlement, the judge appointed Dr. William H. Danforth, the former chancellor of Washington University, as settlement coordinator on April 23, 1996. Unsuccessful appeals followed, as did two years of negotiations.

In 1998, the state enacted legislation to help fund components of a settlement and, in 1999, the parties achieved a new settlement agreement. Unlike the 1983 agreement, "the Danforth agreement" contained time limits for ending the desegregation programs. Submitted to the court in February 1999, it provided that the magnet school programs would continue for ten years, state-funded interdistrict transfers would be reduced, and that the state would fund a capital improvements transition fund for the city schools (in conjunction with funding from a voter-approved city sales tax increase). A fairness hearing resulted in Judge Limbaugh's March 12, 1999 unpublished order approving the agreement and thanking various court-appointed committees, consultants, experts, and law clerks. The agreement provided that disputes over its contractual obligations were to be resolved in state, not federal, courts. It allowed that plaintiffs could seek specific performance of its' terms, however, through resort to federal court. One effort to do so failed in July 2003, when the plaintiffs could not convince Judge Limbaugh that irreparable injury would result from the city board's plan to borrow from its capital improvements fund to meet operating expenses. The dispute led to an August 21, 2003 settlement agreement clarifying purposes and limits on funds usage, which was later modified by the parties and approved by the court on February 25, 2005.

The parties continued to modify the consent decree in September 2013 and September 2015, and the modifications were granted both times. On July 20, 2016, Charter Public School Parents and Children's motion to intervene was denied. The interveners appealed the decision and that process is still ongoing.

After this case's first reported decision, Liddell v. Caldwell, 546 F.2d 768 (8th Cir. 1976), came many others, as listed below (along with a summary of the action taken by the court):

1. Stay denied by:
Liddell v. Caldwell, 553 F.2d 557, 1977 U.S. App. LEXIS 10304 (8th Cir. 1977)

2. Application to recall and stay appellate court mandate denied:
St. Louis Board of Education v. Caldwell, 429 U.S. 1086, 97 S. Ct. 1092, 51 L. Ed. 2d 531 (1977)

3. Writ of certiorari denied:
St. Louis Bd. of Education v. Caldwell, 433 U.S. 914, 97 S. Ct. 2987, 53 L. Ed. 2d 1100, 1977 U.S. LEXIS 2657 (1977)

4. On remand at, and findings of fact/conclusions of law at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 469 F. Supp. 1304, 1979 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 13088 (E.D. Mo. 1979)

5. Reversed by, remanded by:
Adams v. United States, 620 F.2d 1277, 1980 U.S. App. LEXIS 20007 (8th Cir. 1980)

6. Writ of certiorari denied:
Adams v. United States, 449 U.S. 826, 101 S. Ct. 88, 66 L. Ed.2d 29 (1980)

7. On remand at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 491 F. Supp. 351, 1980 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 11684 (E.D. Mo. 1980)

8. Motion to disqualify law firm denied:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 505 F. Supp. 654 (E.D. Mo. 1980)

9. Claim dismissed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 508 F. Supp. 101, 1980 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 16213, 1980 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 16214 (E.D. Mo. 1980)

10. Appeal dismissed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 693 F.2d 721, 1981 U.S. App. LEXIS 15562 (8th Cir. 1981)

11. Affirmed by, remanded by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 667 F.2d 643, 1981 U.S. App. LEXIS 19100, 1981 U.S. App. LEXIS 20218 (8th Cir. 1981)

12. Writ of certiorari denied:
Caldwell v. Missouri, 454 U.S. 1081, 102 S. Ct. 634, 70 L. Ed. 2d 614, 1981 U.S. LEXIS 4648, 50 U.S.L.W. 3447 (1981)

13. Rehearing denied by:
Caldwell v. Missouri, 455 U.S. 929, 102 S. Ct. 1294, 71 L. Ed. 2d 473 (1982)

14. Writ of certiorari denied:
Missouri v. Liddell, 454 U.S. 1091, 102 S. Ct. 656, 70 L. Ed. 2d 629, 1981 U.S. LEXIS 4768, 50 U.S.L.W. 3447 (1981)

15. Subsequent appeal at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 677 F.2d 626, 1982 U.S. App. LEXIS 21490 (8th Cir. 1982)

16. Writ of certiorari denied:
Missouri v. Liddell, 459 U.S. 877, 103 S. Ct. 172, 74 L. Ed. 2d 142, 1982 U.S. LEXIS 3726, 51 U.S.L.W. 3258 (1982)

17. Motion denied by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 98 F.R.D. 548 (E.D. Mo. 1983)

18. Judgment entered by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 567 F. Supp. 1037, 1983 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 15682 (E.D. Mo. 1983)

19. Stay denied by:
Liddell v. Missouri, 717 F.2d 1180, 1983 U.S. App. LEXIS 16965 (8th Cir. 1983)

20. Affirmed in part and reversed in part by, remanded by:
Liddell v. Missouri, 731 F.2d 1294, 1984 U.S. App. LEXIS 25668, 76 A.L.R. Fed. 435 (8th Cir. 1984)

21. Writ of certiorari denied:
Leggett v. Liddell, 469 U.S. 816, 105 S. Ct. 82, 83 L. Ed. 2d 30, 1984 U.S. LEXIS 3051, 53 U.S.L.W. 3236 (1984)

22. Clarified by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 758 F.2d 290, 1985 U.S. App. LEXIS 28733, 1985 U.S. App. LEXIS 30596 (8th Cir. 1985)

23. Appeal after remand at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 801 F.2d 278, 1986 U.S. App. LEXIS 29462 (8th Cir. 1986)

24. Rehearing, en banc, denied by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 804 F.2d 500, 1986 U.S. App. LEXIS 33214 (8th Cir. 1986)

25. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 654 F. Supp. 334, 1987 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 1025 (E.D. Mo. 1987)

26. Motions ruled upon by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 654 F. Supp. 345, 1987 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 1653 (E.D. Mo. 1987)

27. Affirmed in part and reversed in part by, remanded by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 822 F.2d 1446, 1987 U.S. App. LEXIS 7344 (8th Cir. 1987)

28. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 823 F.2d 1252, 1987 U.S. App. LEXIS 8953 (8th Cir. 1987)

29. Motions ruled upon by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 674 F. Supp. 687, 1987 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 8532 (E.D. Mo. 1987)

30. Subsequent appeal at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 830 F.2d 823, 1987 U.S. App. LEXIS 12362 (8th Cir. 1987)

31. Subsequent appeal at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 839 F.2d 400, 1988 U.S. App. LEXIS 1447 (8th Cir. 1988)

32. Writ of certiorari denied:
Missouri v. Rockwood School Dist., 488 U.S. 825, 109 S. Ct. 74, 102 L. Ed. 2d 50, 1988 U.S. LEXIS 3817, 57 U.S.L.W. 3231 (1988)

33. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 686 F. Supp. 235, 1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 5721 (E.D. Mo. 1988)

34. Motions ruled upon by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 687 F. Supp. 1368, 1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 7319 (E.D. Mo. 1988)

35. Affirmed and remanded, with instructions:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 851 F. 2d 1104 (8th Cir. 1988) (per curiam)

36. Clarified by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 687 F. Supp. 1368, 1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 7338 (E.D. Mo. 1988)

37. Opinions combined at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 687 F. Supp. 1368 (E.D. Mo. 1988)

38. Affirmed in part and reversed in part by, remanded by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 873 F.2d 191, 1989 U.S. App. LEXIS 5333 (8th Cir. 1989)

39. Rehearing denied by, motion denied by:
Liddell v. Missouri, 1989 U.S. App. LEXIS 8014 (8th Cir. May 31, 1989)

40. Opinion withdrawn by, clarified by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 882 F.2d 298, 1989 U.S. App. LEXIS 10988 (8th Cir. 1989)

41. Subsequent appeal at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 851 F.2d 1104, 1988 U.S. App. LEXIS 9449 (8th Cir. 1988)

42. Writ of certiorari denied:
Missouri v. Rockwood School District, 488 U.S. 825, 109 S. Ct. 74, 102 L.Ed.2d 50 (1988)

43. On remand at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 696 F. Supp. 444, 1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 14460 (E.D. Mo. 1988)

44. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 696 F. Supp. 442, 1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 15962 (E.D. Mo. 1988)

45. Affirmed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 867 F.2d 1153, 1989 U.S. App. LEXIS 1644 (8th Cir. 1989)

46. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 1989 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 10200 (E.D. Mo. July 18, 1989)

47. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 718 F. Supp. 1434, 1989 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 10246 (E.D. Mo. 1989)

48. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 733 F. Supp. 1324, 1990 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2703 (E.D. Mo. 1990)

49. Motion granted by, in part, motion denied by, in part:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 1990 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 5268 (E.D. Mo. Mar. 2, 1990)

50. Motion denied by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 1990 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 8088 (E.D. Mo. May 3, 1990)

51. Affirmed by, remanded by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 907 F.2d 823, 1990 U.S. App. LEXIS 11048 (8th Cir. 1990)

52. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 758 F. Supp. 499, 1991 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 2029 (E.D. Mo. 1991)

53. Modified by, affirmed by:
Board of Education v. Missouri, 936 F.2d 993, 1991 U.S. App. LEXIS 12040 (8th Cir. 1991)

54. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 771 F. Supp. 1493, 1991 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 12012 (E.D. Mo. 1991)

55. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 771 F. Supp. 1496 (E.D. Mo. 1991)

56. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 771 F. Supp. 1503 (E.D. Mo. 1991)

57. Supplemental opinion at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 1991 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 12627 (E.D. Mo. Sept. 4, 1991)

58. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 795 F. Supp. 927 (E.D. Mo. 1992)

59. Later proceeding at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 795 F. Supp. 930 (E.D. Mo. 1992)

60. Affirmed in part and reversed in part:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 976 F.2d 1241 (8th Cir. 1992)

61. Later proceedings at:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 795 F. Supp. 930 (E.D. Mo. 1992)

62. Reimbursement motion denied:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 814 F. Supp. 788 (E.D. Mo. 1993)

63. Affirmed and remanded, with instructions:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 988 F.2d 844 (8th Cir. 1993)

64. Remanded with directions to detail reasons:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 20 F.3d 324 (8th Cir. 1994)

65. Reversed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 20 F.3d 326 (8th Cir. 1994)

66. Affirmed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 26 F.3d 815 (8th Cir. 1994)

67. Vacating attorneys' fee order:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 73 F.3d 819 (8th Cir. 1996)

68. Affirmed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 96 F.3d 1091 (8th Cir. 1996)

69. State's appeals dismissed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 105 F.3d 1208 (8th Cir. 1997)

70. Remanded, for formal hearing and findings, by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 121 F.3d 1201 (8th Cir. 1997)

71. Remanded, for findings, by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 122 F.3d 1092 (8th Cir. 1997)

72. Affirmed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 126 F.3d 1049 (8th Cir. 1997)

73. Writ of certiorari denied by:
Missouri v. Liddell, 522 U.S. 1147 (1998)

74. Affirmed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 142 F.3d 1096 (8th Cir. 1998)

75. Appeal dismissed as moot by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 142 F.3d 1100 (8th Cir. 1998)

76. Affirmed, in part and reversed, in part, by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 142 F.3d 1103 (8th Cir. 1998)

77. Affirmed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 142 F.3d 1106 (8th Cir. 1998)

78. Attorneys' fee award affirmed by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 142 F.3d 1109 (8th Cir. 1998)

79. Appeal dismissed as moot by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 142 F.3d 1111 (8th Cir. 1998)

80. Vocational education order affirmed in part, reversed in part, and remanded with instructions by:
Liddell v. Board of Education, 149 F.3d 862 (8th Cir. 1998)

In addition to the above list of reported decisions, all of which are accessible in the Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse database, the database includes many unreported decisions, motions, and documents concerning this case, through February 25, 2005.

Mike Fagan - 07/09/2008
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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
Content of Injunction
Develop anti-discrimination policy
Discrimination Prohibition
Defendant-type
Elementary/Secondary School
Discrimination-basis
Race discrimination
Plaintiff Type
Private Plaintiff
Race
Black
Causes of Action 42 U.S.C. § 1983
Defendant(s) Board of Education for the City of St. Louis
Plaintiff Description Five parents of black students who were to be transferred to an old, far away school, filed a lawsuit on behalf of themselves and similarly situated individuals. They were later joined by six more black students, the NAACP, and others.
Indexed Lawyer Organizations NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Class action status sought Yes
Class action status granted Yes
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer Yes
Nature of Relief Injunction / Injunctive-like Settlement
Source of Relief Settlement
Form of Settlement Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree
Order Duration 1981 - n/a
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Case Ongoing Yes
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Case Studies Justice and School Systems: The Role of the Courts in Education Litigation
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Docket(s)
72–100C(3) (E.D. Mo.) 05/28/1998
SD-MO-0001-9001.pdf | Detail
District Court
4:72-cv-00100-SNL (E.D. Mo.) 10/21/2016
SD-MO-0001-9000.pdf | Detail
PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
Frequently Asked Questions
SD-MO-0001-0084.pdf | Detail
Document Source: Pro Publica
Settlement Agreement
SD-MO-0001-0082.pdf | Detail
Document Source: Pro Publica
Order by Court of Appeals 12/03/1976 (546 F.2d 768)
SD-MO-0001-0012.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
Document Source: Public.Resource.Org
Order by Court of Appeals 01/28/1977 (553 F.2d 557)
SD-MO-0001-0013.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order Denying Writ of Certiorari 06/27/1977 (433 U.S. 914)
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Opinion [Eighth Circuit] 03/03/1980 (650 F.2d 1277)
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Order Denying Writ of Certiorari 11/30/1981 (454 U.S. 1081)
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Order Denying Writ of Certiorari 11/30/1981 (454 U.S. 1091)
SD-MO-0001-0089.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order [by Court of Appeals] 12/02/1981 (693 F.2d 721)
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Order Denying Writ of Certiorari 10/01/1984 (469 U.S. 816)
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Order by Court of Appeals 03/26/1985 (758 F.2d 290)
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Order by Court of Appeals 09/05/1986 (801 F.2d 278)
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Order by Court of Appeals 11/06/1986 (804 F.2d 500)
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Order [By Court of Appeals] 07/07/1987 (823 F.2d 1252)
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Order by Court of Appeals 02/04/1988 (839 F.2d 400)
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Order by Court of Appeals 02/16/1989 (867 F.2d 1153)
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Order of Court of Appeals 04/21/1989 (873 F.2d 191)
SD-MO-0001-0032.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Memorandum 07/18/1989 (718 F.Supp. 1434) (E.D. Mo.)
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SD-MO-0001-0076.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Order by Court of Appeals 07/03/1990 (907 F.2d 823)
SD-MO-0001-0034.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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SD-MO-0001-0077.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
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SD-MO-0001-0037.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order by Court of Appeals 03/29/1994 (20 F.3d 326)
SD-MO-0001-0038.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order by Court of Appeals 03/29/1994 (20 F.3d 324)
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Order by Court of Appeals 06/09/1994 (26 F.3d 815)
SD-MO-0001-0040.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order by Court of Appeal 01/12/1996 (73 F.3d 819)
SD-MO-0001-0041.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order by Court of Appeals 09/25/1996 (96 F.3d 1091)
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Order by Court of Appeals 01/28/1997 (105 F.3d 1208)
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Order by Court of Appeals 08/06/1997 (122 F.3d 1092)
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Order Denying Writ of Certiorari 03/02/1998 (522 U.S. 1147)
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Order by the Court of Appeal 04/28/1998 (142 F.3d 1103)
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Order by Court of Appeals 04/28/1998 (142 F.3d 1106)
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Order by Court of Appeals 04/28/1998 (142 F.3d 1111)
SD-MO-0001-0048.pdf | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order by Court of Appeals 04/28/1998 (142 F.3d 1096)
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Memorandum and Order 03/09/1999 (E.D. Mo.)
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Memorandum and Order 03/12/1999 (1999 WL 33314210) (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0002.pdf | WESTLAW | Detail
Judgment [by the Court of Appeals] 07/17/2000
SD-MO-0001-0003.pdf | Detail
Order 04/04/2001 (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0004.pdf | Detail
Order [Re: Restraining Order] 07/08/2003 (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0005.pdf | Detail
Settlement Agreement 08/21/2003
SD-MO-0001-0006.pdf | Detail
Transcript of Hearing before the Honorable Stephen N. Limbaugh 08/21/2003
SD-MO-0001-0008.pdf | Detail
Liddell Plaintiffs' Motion to Substitute First-Named Plaintiff 10/07/2003
SD-MO-0001-0007.pdf | Detail
Judgment 03/02/2005
SD-MO-0001-0010.pdf | Detail
Judgment 06/16/2005
SD-MO-0001-0011.pdf | Detail
Consent Decree of February 25, 2005 02/25/2008
SD-MO-0001-0009.pdf | Detail
Amendment to 1999 Settlement Agreement 06/17/2011
SD-MO-0001-0083.pdf | Detail
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Memorandum and Order 11/16/2011 (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0080.pdf | Detail
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Washington University Journal of Law and Policy{ Minnie Liddell‘s Forty-Year Quest for Quality Public Education Remains A Dream Deferred} 06/22/2012
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Opinion, Memorandum, and Order 07/20/2016 (2016 WL 3913762 / 2016 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 94442) (E.D. Mo.)
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Judges Arnold, Morris Sheppard (Eighth Circuit, W.D. Ark.)
SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021
Autrey, Henry Edward (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0095
Blackmun, Harry Andrew (Eighth Circuit, SCOTUS)
SD-MO-0001-0085
Bowman, Pasco Middleton II (Eighth Circuit)
SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021
Bright, Myron H. (Eighth Circuit)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0018 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0034
Fagg, George Gardner (Eighth Circuit)
SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0025 | SD-MO-0001-0026 | SD-MO-0001-0027 | SD-MO-0001-0029 | SD-MO-0001-0030 | SD-MO-0001-0032 | SD-MO-0001-0033 | SD-MO-0001-0034 | SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0039 | SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0044 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0048 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0050 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-0073 | SD-MO-0001-0078
Gibson, John R. (Eighth Circuit, W.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0023 | SD-MO-0001-0024 | SD-MO-0001-0028
Gunn, George F. Jr. (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0044 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070
Heaney, Gerald William (Eighth Circuit)
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Henley, Jesse Smith (Eighth Circuit, E.D. Ark., W.D. Ark.)
SD-MO-0001-0014
Hungate, William Leonard (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0054
Lay, Donald Pomery (Eighth Circuit)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021
Limbaugh, Stephen Nathaniel (E.D. Mo., W.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0001 | SD-MO-0001-0002 | SD-MO-0001-0004 | SD-MO-0001-0005 | SD-MO-0001-0007 | SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0011 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0056 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Marshall, Thurgood (Second Circuit, SCOTUS)
SD-MO-0001-0085 | SD-MO-0001-0086
McMillian, Theodore (Eighth Circuit)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0022 | SD-MO-0001-0025 | SD-MO-0001-0026 | SD-MO-0001-0027 | SD-MO-0001-0029 | SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0039 | SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0044 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0048 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0050 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-0073 | SD-MO-0001-0078
Meredith, James Hargrove (FISC, E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Reasoner, Stephen M. (E.D. Ark.)
SD-MO-0001-0030 | SD-MO-0001-0032 | SD-MO-0001-0033
Ross, Donald Roe (Eighth Circuit)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0022
Smith, Talbot (E.D. Mich.)
SD-MO-0001-0012
Stephenson, Roy Laverne (Eighth Circuit, S.D. Iowa)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0018 | SD-MO-0001-0019
Webber, E. Richard (E.D. Mo.)
SD-MO-0001-0080
Wollman, Roger Leland (Eighth Circuit)
SD-MO-0001-0023 | SD-MO-0001-0024 | SD-MO-0001-0028
Monitors/Masters None on record
Plaintiff's Lawyers Allen, Frank D. Jr. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0025
Aronowitz, Michelle M. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049
Atkins, Thomas I. (Massachusetts)
SD-MO-0001-0014
Atkins, Thomas I. (New York)
SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Barnett, Walter W. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Bartman, Robert (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Caldwell, William E. (Tennessee)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0069
Carter, Linda (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0053
Clute, James (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Cohen, Abigail F. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0042
Crenshaw, Craig M. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Days, Drew S. III (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Demchak, Teresa (California)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Dickey, Barbara B. (Tennessee)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Dimsey, Dennis J. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Dittmeier, Thomas E. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Douthit, William A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0006 | SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0011 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Edwards, Lisa Wilson (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Eisen, Marion G. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0053
Elliott, Forriss D. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0012
Feldacker, Bruce S. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055
Fields, Richard (Tennessee)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Greenberg, Burton M. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Haggard, Loretta K. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0044 | SD-MO-0001-0049
Harvey, Wayne C. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Herbert, J. Gerald (Virginia)
SD-MO-0001-0074
Holland, Dempster (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052
Johnson, W. W. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0074
Johnson, Veronica (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0006 | SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Jones, Nathaniel R. (New York)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Jones, Tommie (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0053
Kaplan, Philip E. (Arkansas)
SD-MO-0001-9001
Keaney, Mark T. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0044 | SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Kingsland, Robert D. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Koehr, Jack L. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014
Koster, Robert J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Kunderer, Charles W. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Landsberg, Brian K. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0014
Lang, David A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Lee, Bill Lann (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0049
Lewis, Milton (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0053
Lipman, Benjamin A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Lowry, J. Kent (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0051
Lucas, Louis (Tennessee)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0074
McCoy, Newton G (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052
McDuffie, Joseph S. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0074 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
McElderry, Marie K. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0035
Middleton, Michael A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0027 | SD-MO-0001-0030 | SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Moore, Joseph B. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Norwood, Ronald A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Piche, Dianne M. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Reynolds, William Bradford (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Russell, William P. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0025 | SD-MO-0001-0027 | SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0054 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0074 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9001
Schneider, George (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0016
Sestric, Anthony J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0074 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Silver, Jessica Dunsay (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016
Staples, Charles H. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Taylor, William L. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0006 | SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0029 | SD-MO-0001-0032 | SD-MO-0001-0033 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Welsch, David C. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Werner, Charles (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0044 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Wilson, Paul C. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0009
Yannucci, Thomas D. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Yeomans, William R. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0071
Defendant's Lawyers Ashcroft, John (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019
Baine, Robert P. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Boyd, David R. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Bremer, Mark J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0039 | SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Brink, John F. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-9000
Brostron, Kenneth C. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0011 | SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0022 | SD-MO-0001-0023 | SD-MO-0001-0025 | SD-MO-0001-0027 | SD-MO-0001-0034 | SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0048 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0054 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-0073 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-0078 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Bude, George J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Caldwell, Worsham M. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Casey, Michael P. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0044
Cherrick, Jordan (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0025 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063
Connelly, Thomas A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0051
Cooper, Stephen A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0032 | SD-MO-0001-0033 | SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0078
Cooper, Ian P. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Copeland, Robert W. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Copeland, Douglas A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Crotzer, Darold E. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0048 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Davis, Valerie M. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0071
DeYong, Dirk (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0006 | SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0011 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0048 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-0073 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Dierker, Robert H. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0022 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Dolan, Robert E. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0048
Erwin, James W. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0032 | SD-MO-0001-0033 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Farr, H. Bartow III (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0062
Ferry, Joseph D. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Fields, Michael J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0004 | SD-MO-0001-0034 | SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0039 | SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0073 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-0078
Fischer, M. Peter (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Fleissig, Audrey Goldstein (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Ford, Charles L. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Garrett, Steven W. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Gianoulakis, John (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0028 | SD-MO-0001-0029 | SD-MO-0001-0030 | SD-MO-0001-0032 | SD-MO-0001-0033 | SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Glassman, Jeremiah (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0006 | SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-0009 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0011 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Goldson, Victoria I. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0044
Hawker, Mary Stake (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Hiotis, Stephen C. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Hoare, Michael J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0022 | SD-MO-0001-0054
Hoemeke, Robert B. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0044
Hoy, Bridget G. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-9000
Hughes, Richard G. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Hyatt, Sheila (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0074
Kellett, Timothy R. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058
Krehbiel, Robert J (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076
Lageson, Richard L. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0053
Lashly, John H. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0074 | SD-MO-0001-9001
Layton, James R. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-9000
Leonard, Andrew B. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Lindseth, Alfred A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Luepke, Henry F. III (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-9000
Lynch, John J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0039 | SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-0078 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Maguffee, Paul Ray (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0006 | SD-MO-0001-0008 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Marshall, Larry R. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0020 | SD-MO-0001-0021 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0054
Martin, Paul (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Mass, Lawrence D. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0071
Matanic, Bart A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0039 | SD-MO-0001-0040 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-0078
McClintock, Robert G. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
McMahon, Steven J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0078
McWilliams, Robert E. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-0073
Menghini, Henry (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Miller, George W. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Minardi, Andrew J (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Morgan, Jeremiah J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-9000
Munich, John R. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Murphy, Edward E. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Niemann, Joseph R. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063
Nixon, Jeremiah (Jay) W. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0004 | SD-MO-0001-0010 | SD-MO-0001-0011 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0049
Oates, Francis M. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Padgett, Sandra A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Pippa, Susan (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Pratzel, Alan D. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-0073
Presson, Robert L. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0022 | SD-MO-0001-0023 | SD-MO-0001-0025 | SD-MO-0001-0027 | SD-MO-0001-0028 | SD-MO-0001-0030 | SD-MO-0001-0032 | SD-MO-0001-0033 | SD-MO-0001-0055
Rava, Paul B. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0012 | SD-MO-0001-0014 | SD-MO-0001-0016 | SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0074 | SD-MO-0001-9001
Reid, Evan Z. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-9000
Robertson, R. J. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Roskiewicz, Michael W. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0046 | SD-MO-0001-0071
Sanders, James F. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061
Schmitz, J. Peter (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0053
Schmitz, Eric (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0027 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063
Schramm, Daniel R. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Scott, Gregory J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0041 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Seltzer, Garry (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Smith, Donna A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0047 | SD-MO-0001-0048 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0072 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Snyder, Allen R. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Stohr, Donald J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Susman, Frank (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Swartz, Joan M. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0036 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0038 | SD-MO-0001-0078
Tatel, David S. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Tremayne, Bertram W. Jr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Tueth, Thomas E. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0042 | SD-MO-0001-0043 | SD-MO-0001-0045 | SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0071 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Ulrich, Richard H. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0049 | SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Wehrle, Thomas W. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0019
Wilson, James J. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Yelkovac, Peter G. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0042
Other Lawyers Beacham, Ralph (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070
Bremner, Mary (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057
Brown, Warren M. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070
Byrne, Kenneth V. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Colagiovanni, Joseph (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0062
Cummings, Torey B. (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-9000 | SD-MO-0001-9000
Dimond, Paul R. (Michigan)
SD-MO-0001-0053
Dixon, James (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070
Farris, Terry (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055
Foote, Edward (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0053
Gilden, Louis (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Hyder, Robert L. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0016
Jones, James Leroy (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057
Knaak, William (Minnesota)
SD-MO-0001-0057
Libros, Tracy (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057
Lucy, Robert M. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0062
Moody, Jay (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0070
Oldham, Charles R Sr. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0035 | SD-MO-0001-0037 | SD-MO-0001-0051 | SD-MO-0001-0052 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Parker, Norman C. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0053 | SD-MO-0001-0057
Root, Jeremy A. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-9000
Ruppert, Francis L. (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055
Simon, Shulamith (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0055 | SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0058 | SD-MO-0001-0059 | SD-MO-0001-0060 | SD-MO-0001-0061 | SD-MO-0001-0062 | SD-MO-0001-0063 | SD-MO-0001-0064 | SD-MO-0001-0065 | SD-MO-0001-0066 | SD-MO-0001-0067 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070 | SD-MO-0001-0075 | SD-MO-0001-0076 | SD-MO-0001-0077
Simpson, W. Scott (District of Columbia)
SD-MO-0001-0070
Uchitelle, Susan (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057 | SD-MO-0001-0068 | SD-MO-0001-0069 | SD-MO-0001-0070
Willows, Jay (Missouri)
SD-MO-0001-0057

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