BREAKING NEWS

AG Hawley Announces Randolph County Sexually Violent Predator Commitment


Jefferson City, Mo. – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced that a Randolph County jury found Daniel J. Jensen, 41, of Moberly, Missouri, to be a sexually violent predator. The jury took only 35 minutes to deliberate. Jensen has a history of abuse. He had previously been convicted in California for molesting two boys, ages 9 and 10. After relocating to Missouri, he was eventually caught and convicted for abusing a physically handicapped boy from ages 2 to 4. Read more...

AG Hawley Announces Shannon County Public Corruption Charges


Jefferson City, Mo. (December 11, 2018) – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced that his office has filed a felony complaint in Shannon County against former City of Winona Clerk Terri Denton. The complaint alleges that Denton, during her time as city clerk, misappropriated at least five hundred dollars. Read more...

AG Hawley Responds to Secretary of State Inquiry


Jefferson City, Mo. (December 10, 2018) – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley today sent a letter responding to a request for information from Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft’s Office. The letter rebuts in detail the frivolous nature of the complaint filed by the American Defense Legal Fund. Read more...

AG Hawley Announces Multistate Fight Against Robocalls


Jefferson City, Mo. (December 6, 2018) – Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley announced that he has joined a bipartisan group of 40 state attorneys general to stop or reduce repetitive and harmful robocalls. This coalition is reviewing the technology that major telecommunications companies are pursuing to combat illegal robocalls. “This multistate effort is vitally important,” Hawley said. “Missourians complain regularly about repeated robocalls that interrupt their daily lives. As a part of this group, my Office is working to find ways to fight spoofing and other robocalls that are not prevented by the No-Call List.” Read more...