Attorney, Bob Kister has tried to conclusion more than 100 jury trials since earning his Juris Doctorate from Washington University Law School in 1980.
He has served as a city attorney and has authored publications for the Missouri State Bar. In addition to his civil practice, Bob has served as a city attorney for the cities of Festus and Crystal City, Missouri, provided pro-bono services through Legal Services of Missouri, performed professional and volunteer services for the Festus R-6 School District, and he has also authored and edited resear
Operating as usual
Kyleigh Kister at the Radio Station
Kyleigh's first radio show with papa and gigi #futurerealtor #realtorlife #gigisbabydoll #overbergteamchanginglives
[11/11/15] Thank you to W***y Wilson Art who donated a beautiful painting for the St Louis Night of Superstars Celebrity Dinner last night!
Tune in to KJFF radio this morning to hear Bob Kister Trial Lawyer, LLC Intern, Alexandre Todorov debate with businessman, Jerry Wilson! http://tunein.com/radio/KJFF-1400-s33315/
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This was the third year, and the best yet, for Night of Superstars. It's great that the event has come home to Festus! The kids are always inspirational. I was honored to es**rt Eve, a really positive young lady.
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Kiwanis Club Easter Egg Hunt
Kiwanis Club Easter Egg Hunt
During Twin City Days, Bob had the privilege for the 12th consecutive year to run the “Money Pit” sponsored by the Festus-Crystal City Kiwanis Club and Eagle Bank. The “Money Pit” is a part of the “Kids’ Challenge” conducted by Kiwanis with assistance from the Festus High School Key Club. http://www.myleaderpaper.com/eedition/jefferson_county_leader/page_14fb84ea-9c57-5e22-9a3b-ca2fc5a6c164.html#page_55
myleaderpaper.com Once a week but never weaklyJefferson County news
"I read with interest a column in Sports Illustrated magazine advocating that the U.S. Olympic team boycott the Soviet Olympics. . ." http://www.stltoday.com/sports/letters-manziel-gets-off-easy-while-haith-sweats/article_9adad335-a37a-56b7-9518-dff80ec360bc.html
stltoday.com MANZIEL, Haith comparisons
Two at a Time: "I enjoyed the editorial proposing a mandatory-carry law ("Outgunning 'em," April 13). Such a law was suggested to me years ago by fellow Jefferson County lawyer Brunson Hollingsworth.
However, the editorial did not discuss penalties for non-compliance."
stltoday.com Giving us a chance
stltoday.com In the second-to-last paragraph of your editorial "What happened to Daisy?" (Oct. 16), your writer states: “There are few legal options, but they all lie with Mr. Rice.” I disagree.
stltoday.com Store sued, saying the city tried to suppress the store owners’ First Amendment rights.
stltoday.com Owners of boutique have been locked in struggle with city over adult businesses.
insurancenewsnet.com Capacity of Texas paid the settlement to Steven Schwab and Cherokee Insurance Co. following mediation in the case stemming from a workplace injury. "While the dollar amount of the settlement is not impressive, we were pleased to obtain this additional compensation for our client," said Schwab's atto...
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