Jennifer S. Mann, STLtoday

Jennifer S. Mann


Saint Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Jennifer:

Victim recants ID that put man in prison for mother's murder in St. Louis in 1982

Picture on TV convinces woman, whose testimony was key to conviction, that culprit was really serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells. → Read More

Longtime Clayton attorney and former Missouri state legislator dies

Chaim Herman Zimbalist, a longtime attorney and former Missouri state legislator, died Saturday in New Jersey, where he had lived since 2010. → Read More

Help comes in waves for St. Louis County couple jailed for a month on traffic stop

Story of couple saddled with fines and fees brings out strangers' compassion. → Read More

Mailers sue Post-Dispatch alleging wage discrimination based on race

Two African-American mailers have sued the Post-Dispatch alleging wage discrimination because of their race. → Read More

Lawsuit filed against Pagedale for ticketing high grass and other code violations

City attorney says citations are effort to get residents to bring properties up to code. → Read More

Juvenile life terms still up in air after court case

Supreme Court says juveniles cannot automatically get life in prison without parole but Missouri has not accommodated that in the law. Now things may get even more complicated. → Read More

Amid reforms, municipal court traffic cases and revenue plummet

The Post-Dispatch analyzed data reported by municipal courts to the state. → Read More

Lance Berkman's comments upset transgender supporters

Berkman opposes anti-discrimination ordinance on Houston ballot similar to laws already on the books in St. Louis city and county. → Read More

First hearing planned for MO Supreme Court's municipal court working group

The hearing will be held Friday, Sept. 25 from 6 to 9 p.m. on the Missouri State University campus in Springfield, MO. It is the first of three; the others, → Read More

Cash bail and jail fees penalize the poor in municipal court

Couple couldn't afford the cash bail, and their court date was set 50 days out. → Read More

St. Louis jury acquits former St. Louis police officer who claimed killing was self defense

James Little, 36, had faced charges of first-degree murder, armed criminal action and child endangerment. → Read More

St. Louis man freed after three years behind bars sues prosecutors, police

Lawyers for Cornell McKay allege that officials ignored evidence pointing to another person in street robbery of cellphone. → Read More

Missouri couple charged with luring girls into prostitution

Victim tells authorities of beatings, and threats of being fed to alligators. → Read More

Muni court reform law takes effect Friday; many warrants, fines are being canceled early

A gesture of goodwill precedes the launch of major court reforms across St. Louis County. → Read More

Municipal court reform takes effect this week

A gesture of goodwill precedes the launch of major court reforms across St. Louis County. → Read More

St. Louis police investigating suspicious death, multiple shootings

Police say family members found Garrett Weddle, 51, lying unconscious on the floor, where he lived at the 300 block of South Grand Boulevard around 6 p.m. Wednesday. There were → Read More

Ferguson Commission seeks 'transformational' changes to municipal courts

The Ferguson Commission's municipal court working group will meet this morning to consider a major structural change that would put the local courts under direct control of the circuit court. → Read More

Churches spread message of love in wake of Charleston shooting

On Sunday, many churches held their first services since the shooting at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal, one of the oldest black congregations in the South. They spread messages of love → Read More

Tear gas brings about peaceful surrender in O'Fallon, Mo.

Officers were called to house for domestic situation. → Read More

Police negotiators talking with barricaded man in O'Fallon, Mo.

Officers were called to house for domestic situation. → Read More