Prof. Frank Bowman

“Witches Be Crazy” Focuses on Salem Witch Trial Accusations

October 10th, 2014

Mizzou Law’s Historical and Theatrical Trial Society recently presented “Witches be Crazy,” an unscripted, unrehearsed trial, at the Missouri Theatre. The trial, covered by the Columbia Missourian and the Columbia Daily Tribune, focused on Thomas Putnam, who had

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Mizzou Law Professors Interviewed About the Shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson

August 25th, 2014

Several Mizzou Law professors were interviewed by various media outlets about the August 9 shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. Prof. Frank Bowman was interviewed on KBIA’s Intersection about the legal developments ahead in the Ferguson

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Associated Press Quotes Prof. Bowman on Mandatory Minimum Sentences for Juveniles

July 24th, 2014

Prof. Frank Bowman was recently quoted in an article published by the Associated Press about the Iowa Supreme Court’s recent ruling about mandatory minimum sentences for juveniles. The court ruled that juveniles “cannot be given mandatory sentences,”

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Prof. Bowman Comments on Mandatory Minimum Sentence for Convicted Heroin Dealer

February 24th, 2014

The Belleville News-Democrat recently interviewed Prof. Frank Bowman regarding the federal prison sentence for Sean D. McGilvery, the man accused of being former St. Clair County Circuit Judge Michael Cook’s heroin dealer. McGilvery was sentenced to 10

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The New York Times Recognizes Prof. Bowman’s Forthcoming Work

January 30th, 2014

Prof. Frank Bowman’s forthcoming Missouri Law Review article was recently quoted in a New York Times article addressing recent Supreme Court rulings banning mandatory life sentences for juveniles convicted of serious crimes, such as murder. The court applied

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