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Assistant St. Louis circuit attorney explains why he didn't show up for murder trial, no one held in contempt of court

Judge Scott Millikan used a lot of words Monday to describe St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner and her office’s conduct after no one from the prosecutor’s office showed up for a first-degree murder trial in his courtroom a week ago – but “criminal contempt” was not among them.
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