David Roland – Freedom Center of Missouri

P.O. Box 300464
St. Louis, MO 63130, United States

Kansas City Premier Apartments v. Missouri Real Estate Commission

KCPA's First Amendment Cert Petition - U.S. Supreme Court

Kansas City Premier Apartments is a business that provides the public with information to help people search for rental property in the Kansas City area. The Missouri Real Estate Commission decided that KCPA was practicing as a…more
| Constitutional Law, Real Estate - Residential
Kansas City Premier Apartments v. Missouri Real Estate Commission

Motion to Modify Judgment

On July 19, 2011, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled that the First Amendment did not prevent the government from criminalizing the communication of truthful, harmless information about rental properties. Despite this holding,…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Real Estate - Residential
Mills v. City of Hazelwood

Response to Motion to Dismiss

In response to the City's suggestion that the Mills family must go before the Hazelwood Board of Adjustment before the court has jurisdiction to hear this case, the Plaintiffs point out five Missouri Supreme Court cases to the…more
| Administrative Law, Civil Procedure
Mills v. City of Hazelwood

Defendant's Motion to Dismiss

On June 15, 2011, the City filed a Motion to Dismiss. It argues (incorrectly) that our Petiton is an appeal of the City's denial of a permit request and that the Mills family must pursue that appeal through the City's…more
| Administrative Law, Civil Procedure
Kansas City Premier Apartments v. Missouri Real Estate Commission

Reply Brief of Appellant

In this case the government attempted to shut down Kansas City Premier Apartments, a company that helps apartment seekers in the Kansas City area find new places to live by providing them with information about rental properties…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Real Estate - Residential
Kansas City Premier Apartments v. Missouri Real Estate Commission

Brief for Respondent

In this case the government attempted to shut down Kansas City Premier Apartments, a company that helps apartment seekers in the Kansas City area find new places to live by providing them with information about rental properties…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Real Estate - Residential
Mills v. City of Hazelwood

Petition

Each February and March for the past six years Caitlin Mills, 16, and Abigail Mills, 14, have put a card table in front of their home in Hazelwood, Missouri, and sold Girl Scout cookies to drivers passing by. This year,…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Zoning, Planning & Land Use
Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Gray

Motion for Summary Judgment

Accused by a government agency of engaging in criminal activity, Brooke Gray has for months been fighting to be given the constitutional protections usually afforded to the criminally accused: a presumption of innocence, the…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
Kansas City Premier Apartments v. Missouri Real Estate Commission

Appellant's Brief - Missouri Supreme Court

Kansas City Premier Apartments is a business specializing in providing members of the public with useful information about rental properties in the Kansas City area. The Missouri Real Estate Commission admitted that the…more
| Civil Rights, Communications & Media Law, Constitutional Law, Real Estate - Residential
Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Gray

Defendant's Sur-Reply to Petitioners... Motion for Partial Judgment on the Pleadings

The Missouri Veterinary Medical Board filed a lawsuit seeking to enjoin Brooke Gray from filing down sharp enamel points on horses' teeth, which the Board argues constitutes the practice of veterinary medicine. Gray denied the…more
| Agriculture, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Brooke Gray and B&B Equine Dentistry

Defendants' Response to Motion for Partial Judgment on the Pleadings

The Missouri Board of Veterinary Medicine filed suit against Brooke Gray and B&B Equine Dentistry, alleging that they had committed the crime of practicing veterinary medicine without a license. Ms. Gray is alleged to have…more
| Agriculture, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Brooke Gray and B&B Equine Dentistry

Defendants' Response to Motion in Limine

The Missouri Veterinary Medical Board has accused Brooke Gray of committing the criminal offense of practicing veterinary medicine without a license. Rather than initiate a criminal proceeding, however, the Board is seeking an…more
| Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Gray

Answer and Affirmative Defenses

In response to a lawsuit seeking to prevent Mrs. Brooke Gray from earning a living using the knowledge and skills she has developed for nearly a decade, Gray invoked her Fifth Amendment right not to answer questions that could…more
| Administrative Law, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
Kansas City Premier Apartments, Inc. v. Missouri Real Estate Commission

KCPA Trial Brief

This brief makes the case that Missouri's real estate licensing statutes violate both the state and U.S. constitutions. In addition to garden-variety discussion of free speech and commercial speech as protected under the First…more
| Civil Rights, Constitutional Law
Missouri Veterinary Medical Board v. Gray

Defendants' Sur-Reply to Petitioner's... Motion in Limine

The Missouri Veterinary Medical Board filed suit seeking to enjoin Brooke Gray from filing sharp enamel points from horses' teeth, which the Board argues constitutes the practice of veterinary medicine, which is a criminal…more
| Agriculture, Civil Procedure, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law
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