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2018 \”Show Me the Constitution\” Competition

Scott Vorhees Helps High School Students Prepare for Dec. 2018 “Show
Me the Constitution” Contest

At Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci, we are doing our part to help form
the generation of great legal minds.
Attorney Scott J. Vorhees is currently helping students on the Joplin High School Constitution Team
prepare for the annual Show Me the Constitution competition, set to take
place in Columbia on December 3, 2018. “Gaining a respect and understanding
of our Constitution is important for all citizens, especially students,”
says Vorhees. The JHS Constitution Team won the 2017 We the People state
competition and, with Vorhees’ help, they hope to be as prepared
as possible for the mock congressional committee hearings in this year’s contest.

We are proud to play a role in the intellectual formation of Joplin students
by imparting constitutional understanding and interpretive skills to the
teens and young adults involved in the Show Me the Constitution competition.
We are also pleased to participate in fulfilling the mission of The Missouri
Bar Foundation by helping future attorneys develop a lifelong appreciation
for the United States Constitution and all that it represents.

We Are One of the Leading Personal Injury Firms in the Four States Region

We are deeply invested in helping future lawyers understand the rights
of American citizens, and we do a great deal to protect those rights.
At Johnson, Vorhees & Martucci, we are a highly skilled group of litigators,
negotiators, and advocates, and we know what it takes to help our clients
achieve justice in personal injury matters.

If you or someone you love has been harmed through the negligence of another
person or entity, we may be able to help, and we won’t accept payment
of any kind until (and unless) we win your case. Get started now by scheduling your
free case review.

Call (833) 600-0125 today to connect with a personal injury attorney
in Joplin and Springfield.

Car Accidents

Police say drunken Joplin man caused accident, injuries

A 22-year-old Joplin man is facing charges that he drove drunk, caused a motor vehicle accident that injured two people, and also endangered a child. The man allegedly drove his pick-up through the stop sign and flashing red light at the intersection of Highways 43 and 60. His truck crashed into a Ford SUV headed east. A woman from Aurora and man from Neosho were injured, according to the Joplin

Wrongful Death

What can families do when road safety efforts fail?

This past weekend, police officers could be spotted in Joplin and across Missouri trying to slow drivers down as people sped home from Labor Day getaways and celebrations. In much of the state, law enforcement efforts were successful in keeping drivers safe. Unfortunately, at least one Missouri family has to grapple with the aftermath of a roadway tragedy. Just across the border in Illinois, a Missouri woman was killed and

Birth Injuries

Pitocin: The Synthetic Hormone Linked to Birth Injuries

Pitocin is a synthetic version of the natural occurring hormone, oxytocin. The female body naturally produces its own oxytocin in the pituitary gland, which causes uterine contractions. When labor starts, oxytocin continues to be released by the pituitary gland to drive the labor pattern.   If the body makes its own oxytocin, why would synthetic Pitocin need to be administered?   Synthetic Pitocin is administered for a couple of different

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