Gun Charges Dismissed

State v. A.H. Attorneys Talmage Newton and John Wright filed a motion to dismiss the gun charges against the firm’s client citing a recent Missouri Constitutional Amendment. While the motion was pending a ruling by the judge, prosecutors dismissed the case.

Public Employees Ordered Reinstated

Firm partner Brandy Barth won an appeal of a termination of public employees where the circuit court ordered the fired employees reinstated with back pay, benefits and attorneys’ fees.

Wrongful Discharge Suit Filed

Administrative charges against police officer’s license dismissed for Brandy Barth’s client. Firm attorney, Brandy Barth, filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of client against the City of Cottleville and its former police chief.

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Civil Rights Suit Filed

Firm attorneys filed a federal civil rights suit for a woman falsely arrested, assaulted, and wrongfully charged by Florissant, Missouri police department.

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Multimillion Dollar Verdict

After a jury trial in the Circuit Court of St. Louis City, Brandy Barth and Talmage Newton obtained a $3.67 Million verdict for an employee who was terminated for alleged whistle-blowing activity.

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Gun Rights Restored

In re: Confidential Client – Client had mistakenly been listed as a felon due to what was in reality a prior misdemeanor conviction. Working with local court clerks and representatives from the A.T.F. and F.B.I., Talmage was able to have the client’s gun rights restored within a few weeks.