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Tweet David Morrison has yet to appear in court to fight motions seeking his ouster from the Prairie Village City Council, but his other legal struggle with the city appears to be at an end. The Kansas Supreme Court last week refused to take up Morrison’s appeal of a lower court’s decision in a case [...]
Tweet People scheduled to appear in Prairie Village Municipal Court Thursday will get a reprieve on account of the weather. The court administrator sent out the following notice Wednesday morning: Prairie Village Municipal Court scheduled for Thursday, February 21, 2013 has been canceled due to the impending winter weather. All cases are re-scheduled for Thursday, [...]
Tweet A mother and daughter who pleaded guilty to selling drugs from a home on Village Drive in Prairie Village, received jail time of 30 days and 14 days respectively when sentenced in a Johnson County courtroom Monday. Both will spend 18 months on probation. The mother, Lynn Turner, 54, had pleaded guilty to two [...]
Tweet The mother of a woman killed two years ago after a standoff with Prairie Village police has filed a civil lawsuit seeking $4 million in damages against the city and nine officers involved in the incident. Lawyers for Beverly Stewart, mother of Susan Stuckey, filed a motion in U.S. District Court last week seeking [...]
Tweet Prairie Village city councilman David Morrison told PVPost.com the day he and the city faced off in court in September that should the appellate court rule against him, he’d reimburse the city for all the legal fees it incurred defending Morrison’s challenge. The judge rendered a decision against Morrison last week. Prairie Village’s legal [...]