Missouri’s attorney general is moving forward on getting St. Louis Prosecuting Attorney Kim Gardner kicked out of office. The move is in response to Gardner’s office failing to put a man back in jail for robbery after violating his bond more than 50 times. That man is the suspect in a traffic crash last weekend that cost a Tennessee teenager both of her legs. Attorney General Andrew Bailey filed Thursday a request to begin removal proceedings through the court system.

During a press conference Thursday, Gardner said the court denied or ignored three recent oral requests to have the man’s bond revoked, even though that information is not shown online.