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Title XII, Chapter 195, Section 195.205 provides immunity from liability for seeking or obtaining medical assistance for a drug overdose. In Missouri, a drug or alcohol related overdose includes, but… Read More

On December 6, 2018, the medical marijuana initiative became effective in Missouri. Since then, many Missourians have been asking the question, what’s next? On January 5, 2019, pre-file application fees became available… Read More

The Fourth Amendment protects the rights of United States citizens from unlawful searches and seizures. The Fourth Amendment is invoked when the right to privacy has been violated. In some… Read More

The Fourth Amendment protects the rights of United States citizens from unlawful searches and seizures. There are ten holdings applicable for invoking the Fourth Amendment. The sixth holding recognizes government… Read More

The 4th Amendment protects the rights of United States citizens from unlawful searches and seizures. There are ten categories of applicability for invoking the 4th Amendment. The fifth category is… Read More

Henderson & Waterkotte, P.C. criminal defense attorney Mick Henderson was called upon by the KSDK News I-Investigation team to explain the importance of chain of custody. It is part of… Read More

Many of the most recent blog posts have been related to the 4th Amendment and its applicability. Once again, the 4th Amendment protects the rights of US citizens relating to… Read More

The current blog posts have been related to the 4th Amendment and its applicability. The 4th Amendment protects US citizens from unlawful searches and seizures. There are 10 categories identified… Read More

Many of the current blog postings are related to the 4th Amendment, protection from unlawful searches and seizures. In the previous “When is the 4th Amendment Applied?” post, the first… Read More

Federal law, FED. R. EVID. 801(d)(2)(E), makes a statement by a co-conspirator during the course of, and in furtherance of, a conspiracy admissible against the defendant. A conspiracy is defined as… Read More

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