Where relator argued that respondent lacked authority to take further action in the underlying case because relator’s motion for change of judge was filed timely, the motion was timely because it was filed within the limits of the relevant rule, so writ of prohibition is made permanent.
Preliminary writ made permanent.
State ex rel. David Hutchinson v. Manansala (MLW No. 80494/Case No. ED111931 – 4 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Torbitzky, J.) Appealed from circuit court, Jefferson County, Manansala, J. (Kevin S. Webb Jr. for relator) (Zachary W. Rennick for respondent).