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I thought there was a site that listed those convicted in missouri of code violations. Ive heard some rumors about a few folks i know of and was wanting to get the dirt on them if possible.

I know on the link of the wise buck leaker19 posted what looked to be official violations entries for him. I was wondering what site to get a list of violations for people if possible?
 

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try this one.....not only shows wildlife violations, but all others as well

www.courts.mo.gov

go there, and click on case.net....you can search by name, by the court, and the day, days in question...
 

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case.net is selective, not all Missouri counties are on-line.

The Conservation Commission puts their actions on the web. That may be what you were thinking. For example, the commission just did this:

Suspended hunting and/or fishing privileges of 18 Missouri residents for Wildlife Code violations. Adults whose privileges were suspended are:
Individual Location Duration Privilege
Chris J. Bates Moberly 1 year all privileges
Brandon H. Cahill Greenfield until 5/5/06 hunting
Jarrod L. Eftink Bell City 1 year taxidermy
Stanley A. Fleetwood Buffalo 1 year all privileges
Lawrence S. Franklin Crocker 1 year all privileges
Justin L. Fuget New London until 12/20/07 Hunting & fishing
Jacqueline B. Fuller Downing 1 year all privileges
Michael L. Garrett, Jr. New London until 12/20/07 Hunting & Fishing
Dustin W. Henry Wheatland until 11/18/07 hunting
Caleb S. Lamb Hermann 1 year all privileges
Orin R. Lea**** Louisiana 1 year all privileges
Byron Mann Caruthersville 3 years commercial fishing
George T. Meyer Joplin until 9/20/06 all privileges
Jonathan C. Norfolk Brashear 1 year all privileges
Jeremy E. Shaver Brashear 1 year all privileges
Carl R. Strickland Dexter 1 year all privileges
Matthew J. Winchester Piedmont 3 years all privileges
Benjamin A. Wood Clarence 12 years all privileges

Additionally, another 138 Missourians can no longer hunt or fish because they are not taking care of their babies (failed to) pay child support. For those who have to pay, pay something! I've never seen the state take its most drastic measures if the mom or dad in question was making an effort because as a friend says "How do you defend a page full of zeros?"

And they zinged another 221 other folks for trying to buy resident licenses in more than one state.

See for yourself what your commission does in your name.

http://mdc.mo.gov/news/agenda/

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MDC just sent a newsletter, listing names of those with privledges revoked or suspended.
 

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wish it listed what the offense was.....
 

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yea.. thats what I was thinking. It'd be interesting to see what you get for what codes you violate. I have known some people that get away with sh%$ year after year.... just a matter of time with those folks.
 

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thank you for the responses everybody.:D

i wish it would list specifically what people did rather than being so vague with violations.

I really like the www.courts.mo.gov site, its pretty descriptive if you go into a case futher. I found alot of stuff on people i know and found out alot of stuff that involved me. After seeing the stuff it made me feel alot better and im one more step closer to getting my restitution from a lawsuit im part of.:cheers:
 

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Now CP...don't be that way. :rotfl: I don't believe the city boys are the main violators of game laws.....they just happen to be the ones that show up for a few days a year and shoot at anything that moves. But that's still legal. In our area, locals do most of the violating, but out of area (city boys) do most of the stupid crap (running shots, 4, 6 or more shots, shooting anything/everything that moves, etc.). Besides, the local boys are doing this stuff year round so there's more chance of them being known to the agents and getting caught. Cityboy violators are only in the area for a few days. :peepwall: :smiley:
 
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