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St. Louis, MO 63101
Robert B. Ramsey, Attorney at Law:
Mr. Ramsey graduated from Saint Louis University Law School in 1979. He has been admitted to practice in the following jurisdictions:
3) United States Supreme Court
4) United States Court of Appeals- 4th, 7th, 8th Circuits
5) United States District Courts- Eastern District of Missouri, Western District of Missouri, Southern District of Illinois, Northern District of Illinois, Central District of Illinois
After beginning his career as an Assistant Public Defender in St. Louis, he gained extensive trial and appellate experience in state and federal courts, both criminal and civil. He was mentored by Norman London. He has successfully tried murder cases, federal drug cases and other serious offenses.
Most recently, Mr. Ramsey obtained the release of Mark Woodworth by the Missouri Supreme Court in 2013, after laboring for nearly 12 years before obtaining evidence hidden by Missouri prosecutors. To read about this case see the attached report of the Missouri Supreme Court's Special Master. (http://www.kmzu.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/woodworth.pdf)
Mr. Ramsey has also obtained multi-million dollar verdicts in FELA cases and other personal injury lawsuits. He has been involved in cases in Missouri, Illinois, West Virginia, Tennessee, California, Texas, Florida and Ohio.
In 1994, he earned the rank of Nidan (2nd degree black belt) in the Japanese martial art of of Aikido.
Liz Ramsey, Attorney at Law:
Liz graduated from SLU Law in May 2015 with a J.D. and a concentration in Criminal Litigation Skills. In 2014, she was on the 2nd place team in the SLU Law Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition and individually won the award for Best Oralist in the competition.
Liz was admitted to the Missouri Bar in October 2015. She primarily practices criminal defense including post conviction work.
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