Crime Summit over but new fight begins

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - The Missouri Attorney General's Crime Summit is over, but the fight for a special gun docket is just beginning.

St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce is pleading for an armed offender docket. Earlier this week, a panel of judges turned down the plan saying instead they could push gun crimes to the top of the docket.

Joyce thinks the Mayor's proposal for a special court could make the streets safer.

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