Lt. Gov. Mike Parson, who would succeed to the state’s top job if the sex scandal embroiling Gov. Eric Greitens results in resignation or impeachment, said Friday night that leaders must have strong moral values and put the state ahead of their own interests.
The Daniel Boone Regional Library has changed its signs indicating an outright prohibition of guns after the lawyer for state Rep. Cheri Toalson Reisch, R-Hallsville, sent the library board a letter telling it to change or remove the signs because state law doesn’t allow it to prohibit guns.
An attorney representing a man accused of sexual assault argued Friday afternoon that evidence gathered from her client’s cellphone should be excluded from trial because it was obtained illegally and the search warrant went beyond the scope of an affidavit the department filed.
The defense and prosecutors sparred over the validity of the Missouri State Highway Patrol investigation and questions about a sexual assault Wednesday in the trial of a Mid-Missouri woman accused in a fatal 2012 Montgomery County crash.