I lived in Missouri, just south of St. Louis for eight years. To be honest, it’s really not a terrible place to live, at least where I was.
I moved away because at that time, it just wasn’t what my family needed in a place to live and raise a family. But, today I wouldn’t mind living there once again.
However, one place that I was not fond of was St. Louis. Anytime I went to St. Louis, I just wanted to do what I needed to do and leave. Need gas? I’ll do that in about 15 miles when I’m further outside the city.
Granted, St. Louis is like any other big city; there are the good parts and there are the bad parts that you just don’t want to go to.
But I never knew how bad things were with the legal side of things until I started hearing about people like Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner. This woman is evil and now, it’s coming back to bite her.
This woman is responsible for many open-and-shut cases because she claims that the officers were racist. In fact, she even refused to charge a HUGE drug dealer who was caught with 1,000 opiate pills and $30,000 in cash. This incident was actually caught on video which I’ll have down below.
An investigation by the state’s Chief Disciplinary Counsel has found probable cause that St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner committed professional misconduct, after complaints made by the legal team representing former Governor Eric Greitens.
A state website published Tuesday Gardner’s name in relation to a pending disciplinary hearing, that indicates she is the subject of an alleged ethical violation. The Circuit Attorney will likely face a disciplinary panel to weigh the allegations and make a finding. Ultimately punishment would be decided by the Missouri Supreme Court and could range from an admonishment to suspension or revocation of her law license.
It’s not known yet the exact nature of the violations. A request for comment from Kim Gardner’s office went unanswered Tuesday evening.
Attorneys representing former Governor Greitens filed complaints against Gardner’s law license shortly after the conclusion of the criminal case back in 2018…