Brandon Smith has more from Jefferson City.
Scott Eckersley, former deputy counsel for Gov. Blunt, said he was fired when he told the governor's office their emails were public record. Eckersley's lawyer spoke with Chip Robertson about the case.
Robertson is the former Missouri Supreme Court Chief Justice. He said he'll decide whether or not to join the case after Eckersley's laywer sends him information.
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Eckersley's lawyer said he hopes to send the information to Robertson Tuesday.
Reporting from the State Capitol, I'm Brandon Smith.