Media Clips

March

Courthouse News Service: Panel Tosses Injunction Against Cash Bail in St. Louis

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Appeals court reverses federal judge’s cash bail ruling for St. Louis inmates

St. Louis American: Shira Scheindlin, judge who ended Stop & Frisk in New York, to speak in St. Louis County on March 6

February

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Jury awards University City woman $3,500 in her Taser lawsuit against St. Louis police

St. Louis Public Radio: Lawsuits Against ‘Debtors Prisons’ In St. Louis County Drag On

St. Louis American: Young Leader Profile: Blake Strode

St. Louis American: ‘We don’t want this Workhouse fully funded’

WashU- Student Life: Students rally behind Close the Workhouse campaign

FOX2: St. Louis City Hall hosts inaugural celebration of African American heritage event

RiverFront Times: The Best Things to Do in St. Louis, February 7 to 12

Missouri Lawyers Media: Man at center of board bills ruling sues county

MiddleTown Press (AP Wire): Missouri county sued over jail time for unpaid court costs

St. Louis Public Radio: Luminary Collaborates With ArchCity Defenders For ‘America’s Mythic Time’ Exhibit

January 2020

Ladue News: Fighting Injustice: 10 Years and Counting

RiverFront Times: How St. Louis Could Close the Workhouse and Save Money

St. Louis Public Radio: Activists Unveil Plan To Close St. Louis’ Workhouse Jail

St. Louis American: How to close the Workhouse, Campaign unveils new plan, aldermen submit resolution

December

RiverFront Times: Take Ray Hartmann’s 2019 News Quiz

St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Messenger: Donning a white robe of righteousness, preacher walks through mall, hoping to get arrested

Court House News Service: Fight Over St. Louis Bail System Hits Eighth Circuit

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