Quick update on the adventures of this STL attorney who was under fire from right-wingers over investigation into disgraced guv Eric Greitens.
The upshot . . . Nothing came of the political talking point and so many legal threats.
Here's more . . .
In less than an hour Monday, Gardner agreed to a 40-page stipulation that set forth how notes and a recording Gardner’s office took during an interview with Greitens’ alleged mistress were not given to defense attorneys.
The stipulation means Gardner and the Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel will not argue the facts before a disciplinary panel. It calls for no suspension, probation or disbarment for Gardner.
Instead, the panel, which includes three members, will have 30 days to make a recommendation to the Missouri Supreme Court on whether to accept the stipulation and recommendation for a reprimand.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV/AP) - St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner admitted to wrongdoing during a disciplinary hearing Monday by stating their process came up short while handling the criminal case against former Gov. Eric Grietens. Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner appeared before the Missouri Office of Disciplinary Counsel, which oversees attorney's bar licenses, at 9 a.m.
St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner appeared before a disciplinary panel Monday about allegations she withheld evidence from Greitens' defense team ST. LOUIS - Missouri's Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel has recommended a reprimand for St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner following allegations that she purposefully withheld evidence from the defense team for former Gov.
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