This Case is to open public records. it is in the reverse chronological order. I hope it will be of help to you.
Cover Letter for the Addendum to the Standard Operating Guidelines Letters says we just found more
Addendum to the Index of the Standard Operating Guidelines there is more than what was originally sent and here they are.
Cover Letter for the Index to the Standard Operating Guidelines
Index to the Standard Operating Guidelines for the Springfield Police Department
Motion to Amend Judgement of 29 September, 1999
Court Order of October 1, 1999
Plaintiff Reply to Judge My reply to the judge concerning the letter issued on the 22nd day of September 1999 requesting the defendant produce an order for judge to sign
Letter of September 22, 1999 I don't like it but it is better than nothing. The Judge rules that what the City attorney has admitted to the City must live by. He still is inclined to let governmental bodies redact records that the public has paid for. Our civil servents being incompetent in the performance of the duties has now become more revenue for government. No wonder only idiots work in the public sector. NO wonder public education fails, because only dumb people should work for the government, after all we the people should pay for these government employees to do their jobs, badly.
Defendant's Trail Brief This is the arguement of the city as to why they should charge $2,000.00 to view the Standard Operating Guidelines of the Springfield Police Department
Letter Requsting Trial Setting May 26, 1999
Request for Setting May 21, 1999
Letter requesting trial setting 5th day of May 1999
request for setting 04/21/99
Plaintiff's Reply to the Defendant's Answer
Brief for the 1st Amended Petition For Declaratory Judgement to Open Public Records
Defendants Answer to Petition
Letter from Bob Sommers, attorney for defendant, complying with the orders of the court to give the citation for the authority that he quoted in open court
First Amended Petition For Declaratory Judgement to Open Public Records
Suggestions in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss
Defendant's Motion to Dismiss City of Springfield Missouri's attempt to avoid the Sunshine Law, Now I know where the sun does shine! My rear.
Request for Setting 02/10/99
Official Request for Setting of Trial
Suggestions in Support of Petition for Declaratory Judgment to Open Public Records
Sunshine Law Complaint
Letter from Carl yendes, City Attorney how it all started
the Request by the Plaintiff to get the City of Springfield, Custodian of Record, to comply with RSMo 610
Sunshine Law request