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Mr. Bob Sterner

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Employment History

  • Prosecutor
  • Prosecutor
    Callaway County
  • Prosecuting Attorney
    Callaway County

Board Memberships and Affiliations

114 Total References
Web References
That's a major loss for the ..., 11 Jan 2008 [cached]
That's a major loss for the department," said Bob Sterner, Callaway County prosecutor.
Around the corner from city hall, County Prosecutor Bob Sterner also feels McKee's absence.
Prosecutor Sterner must now move forward without his key witness.
"Because of his involvement in so many cases, obviously we'll have to look at the cases and see where he was a crucial witness to see what can fill in the gap that's left by Lieutenant McKee's absence," said Sterner. | News Update, 6 Mar 2006 [cached]
County prosecutor Robert Sterner said the Legislature could differentiate between the two "but they've given us an equal sign."He called the right to acquire a weapon "a modified right."
laura fisher: Callaway County ..., 21 Nov 2010 [cached]
laura fisher: Callaway County Prosecutor Bob Sterner said the ca...
Daniel Boone Regional Library Board of Trustees - 10/15/98, 15 Aug 2008 [cached]
Also in attendance were Melissa Carr, Director; Angela Mustard, Recording Secretary; Nancy Belcher, Linda Hodgkins, Greg Reeves, Connie Bush, Pat Kopp, Candace Gowan, Karen Neely, Elinor Barrett, Todd Kielkopf, Bill Fisher, Marilyn McLeod, DBRL Staff; Lee Fritz, Callaway County Commissioner; Robert Sterner, Callaway County Prosecuting Attorney; Kim Bartels, the Missourian; Glen Ehrhardt, DBRL's attorney; Gail Underwood, neighbor; Paul Craghead and Michael McCray.
Bob Sterner, Callaway County Prosecutor, addressed the Board regarding the current confidentiality policy (ADMIN 2-672).Sterner stated that the current policy did not let the staff cooperate with law enforcement to help prosecute potential crimes.He noted a case in 1987 where the library gave patron information to recover stolen property from the library.The state statute does not say that the library cannot disclose patron information, but it states that "...disclosure of library records is not required...". Sterner stated that in order to get a court order, one must prove to the judge that it would be a concern of public safety.He said that the Board has the power to change the policy.Sterner, in support of his proposal for policy revision, cited lurid scenes from the movie Seven and also asked a Board members to imagine a 12-year old girl, after an assault, found clutching a book checked out from the Daniel Boone Regional Library.Sterner mentioned that he sent a letter to a few Board members on the premise of his position.He had also talked with Glen Ehrhardt regarding the confidentiality policy.Sterner stated that if something happened later, it could be too late to bring it before the Board to be changed.
Sterner mentioned that she is pro-law enforcement and that the Library's policy was the only thing that was protecting a crime.She talked about her professional experience with child sexual abuse cases and the importance of protecting children.Sterner continued by saying that she did not want to be a part of a public supported entity that was not going to be cooperative with law enforcement.
Sterner asked if the policy were modified, and it allowed for a judgement call to be made, would the library likely to be at risk for releasing information at certain circumstances.
Galenes asked Mr. Sterner how difficult it was to get a judge to act on a case like this one.
Sterner replied that he had to prove by preponderance of evidence that the information is necessary for prosecution.
Sterner seconded.
Bob Sterner thanked the Board for their time and understanding of his views.
KSHB: Local News, 6 Mar 2006 [cached]
County prosecutor Robert Sterner said the Legislature could differentiate between the two "but they've given us an equal sign."He called the right to acquire a weapon "a modified right."
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