Burrell Behavioral Health, the main provider of mental and behavioral health care in the Ozarks, has a new President and CEO. Dr. C.J. Davis has taken the helm of the private, non-profit organization based in Springfield. He said access to mental health services is the number one priority at this time. "Organizations are struggling with the large number of people that are calling our phones, trusting in our organization and our ability to get them in, and get them in quickly," Davis said.
Missouri is one of five states that prosecute all 17-year-olds as adults in the criminal justice system, no matter the offense. There’s an effort to change that in the Show-Me State to where 17-year-olds would instead go through the juvenile justice system as kids. The Justice Policy Institute, an organization that advocates for raising the age to 18 nationwide, says the change is needed to keep young people safe.
The Missouri Supreme Court ruled last week that a public defender in southeast Missouri had to get approval from a judge before rejecting new cases. The head of Missouri’s Public Defender System, Michael Barrett, tells KSMU the most recent ruling creates a conflict for his team of attorneys because they are expected to take on an extraordinarily high number of cases—while still being held to the same ethical standards, and disciplanary action, as other lawyers.
@SteveWithA_S@crissles Not saying he would be wrong to kill him. But it is a choice. And I wouldn't leave him... but I would eventually need to get laid somewhere in those 17 years. I'm sure a nigga would understand lol
@SteveWithA_S@crissles I get it but he ain't have to kill nobody. He coulda just beat the shit out of him. That was his choice. Cheating while someone is in jail for over a decade doesn't quite feel like cheating. It's more like a temporary open relationship lol
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