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2020 Lunch Break Legal Basics: Handling Municipal Traffic Cases

Originally presented on April 29, 2020. Presented by MoBarCLE and the Young Lawyers’ Section. Lunch Break Legal Basics are convenient 1-hour webinars covering fundamentals and providing practice tips on core legal concepts.   
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Practice Area:
New Attorney |  Traffic, DUI/DWI
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Originally presented on April 29, 2020.

Presented by MoBarCLE and the Young Lawyers’ SectionLunch Break Legal Basics are convenient 1-hour webinars covering fundamentals and providing practice tips on core legal concepts.   

 

This webinar will examine traffic laws, provide guidance and resources to understand traffic offenses, and offer practice tips on how to best represent your client in a municipal traffic case.   

  • What documents will I need from my client? 

  • What documents will I need to provide to the courts? 

  • What should I know about the courts responsibility and requirements? 

  • Where can I go to find the things I need to help my client? 

Speaker: Shatrasha L. StoneBaker Sterchi Cowden & Rice LLC, St. Louis

Note: This material qualifies for self-study credit only. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

 

 

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2020 Lunch Break Legal Basics: Handling Municipal Traffic Cases

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Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice


Shatrasha Stone focuses her practice in litigation with an emphasis in medical malpractice, insurance litigation, personal injury defense and general liability claims.

Shatrasha began her legal career as an Assistant City Counselor for the City of St. Louis, serving as legal counsel for St. Louis City disciplinary and administrative matters, in addition to personal injury litigation in both State and Federal court. Shatrasha gained experience as first-chair in a jury trial and representing the City of St. Louis at all stages of litigation, including pre-trial strategy, motion practice, written discovery, and depositions. 

Shatrasha graduated from the Saint Louis University School of Law in 2015. During law school, she also worked as a full-time Academic Advisor in the Saint Louis University Cook School of Business.