Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Judge drops murder charges after no show of prosecutor from St. Louis Circuit Attorney's office

ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner is under fire after a judge drops murder charges against an accused killer. 

The unusual move came after the prosecutor from Gardner’s office, who was assigned the case, didn’t show up to court. Now the chairman of the St. Louis Aldermanic Public Safety committee wants to call Gardner in front of his committee to explain the incident. 

Judge Jason Sengheiser wrote a scathing order dropping the murder charges. The accused killer, Brandon Campbell, was released from jail and is still at large. 

The judge noted in his order that the prosecutor who was assigned to the case was on maternity leave for three months and said the office hadn’t replaced her.


Sounds like a job for private law enforcement. Is Spiderman availlable? Or Batman. I don't care which.

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Who did Mr Campbell know and when did he know them?

Posted by: dearieme | Jul 21, 2021 11:21:58 AM