Indicted St. Louis City aldermen waive rights to file pre-trial motions
ST. LOUIS (KMOV) -- Former St. Louis aldermen Lewis Reed, John Collins-Muhammad and Jeffrey Boyd all waived their rights to file pre-trial motions after they were accused of getting cash payments for political favors.
Legal experts say that means the once-prominent city hall figures could soon be making plea deals. Collins-Muhammad has already said he’s reached a deal with the feds.
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