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Criminal Law: Incarceration Reimbursement – Jurisdiction – Default Judgment

State ex rel. Nixon v. Rues (MLW No. 59972/Case No. WD70590 - 4 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, Welsh, J.) Where the state won a default judgment against an inmate seeking reimbursement for the costs of incarceration, the trial court properly denied the inmate's motion to set aside the default judgment because, contrary to ...