Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Webster Professor Norma Esparza in custody for murder case

Norma Patricia Esparza's, Webster Geneva professor, bail was revoked when she refused the prosecutions plea bargain in a 1995 murder case.

Former Webster director sentenced to probation

Former Webster director sentenced to probation after embezzling $380,000 from Webster's Confucius Institute.

Stockley verdict protest in pictures

The St. Louis community gathered at the intersection of Tucker Boulevard and Market Street downtown St. Louis to protest the verdict of Jason Stockley. Journal...

Former Webster Geneva Professor pleads guilty to manslaughter

Former Webster University-Geneva Professor Norma Patricia Esparza pled guilty on Sept. 12 to voluntary manslaughter in the killing of a man who she alleges...

Geneva professor pleads guilty to manslaughter

Webster Geneva Professor Norma Patricia Esparza pled guilty to manslaughter in Aug. 12 in a plea deal that will have her spend six years in prison.

University, Eden and city await judge’s decision in lawsuit

Webster, Eden and the city of Webster Groves await judgment from Judge Mark Seigel on the institutions lawsuit against the city.

Esparza preliminary hearing continued to Feb. 26

Norma Patricia Esparza, the Webster University Geneva professor charged in connection with a 1995 murder, remains in custody in Orange, Calif. A pre-trial hearing is set for Jan. 31. Her preliminary trial was continued to Feb. 26 from Dec. 23, 2013.

Webster Geneva professor Norma Patricia Esparza taken into custody for 1995 murder

Webster Geneva professor was taken into custody after being deemed non-cooperative by the prosecution. She was accused in a nearly 18-year-old revenge murder.

MULTIMEDIA: McCarthy case sent to state court

Webster University associate professor Tracey McCarthy’s case against the university was sent back from federal court to the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis on Aug. 22

MULTIMEDIA: University, Eden look to overturn CUP denial

Webster University and Eden Theological Seminaries aim to overturn the refusal of a conditional use permit by the city of Webster Groves though a lawsuit.

University calls suit ‘last resort’

Webster University's and Eden Theological Seminary's lawsuit against Webster Groves comes as a result of an ongoing disagreement on the granting of a conditional use permit from the city.

DOCUMENT: University, seminary file suit against City of Webster Groves

Webster University and Eden Theological Seminary filed suit against the City of Webster Groves on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

Former Webster employee seeks $300,000 in lawsuit against Webster

Citing wrongful termination, discrimination, sexual harassment, a hostile environment, defamation, retaliation, mental distress and emotional harm, the former South Carolina campus department assistant is suing for $300,000.

TIMELINE: Judge rules in favor of Webster in Neustaedter case

Former nursing student Tiffany Ann Neustaedter appeals ruling.

DOCUMENT: Former student files lawsuit against university and management department chair

A former Webster student claims in a lawsuit that Management Department Chair James Brasfeld made a promise in 2004 to allow him to return to the management program after extended leave from the university.

Case documents from Tiffany Neustaedter’s lawsuit against the university

View Judge Kerr’s judgment, Neustaedter’s appeal, and the depositions of Program Director Jill Stulce and Dean David Carl Wilson.