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Domestic Relations: Appeal – Acceptance Of Benefits

Where a wife in a dissolution appealed a provision, which included an injunction against the release by either party of confidential financial documents, in the judgment, but the wife did not challenge the dissolution or custody provisions or distribution of ...

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Criminal Law: Identification Testimony – Murder Trial – Sufficiency Of Evidence

Even though a murder defendant appeared in both a photographic and physical line-up, the physical line-up was not impermissibly suggestive, so the reliability of the witness identification in the case was not at issue, and the trial court did not ...

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Criminal Law: Double Jeopardy – Robbery Charges – Effectiveness Of Counsel

Where a defendant was charged and convicted of three counts of robbery, separating the robbery of the store manager for robbery of the store’s property and his own watch into two counts constituted double jeopardy, the failure of the defendant’s ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District: Criminal law

Murder; Batson challenge ED89968 State of Missouri, Respondent, v. Tyrone C. Bateman, Appellant Appeal From: St. Louis City Circuit Court, Judge Joan L. Moriarty Handdown Date: 2/24/2009 Opinion Author: Judge George W. Draper III Opinion Vote: Judge Baker concurs and ...

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Real Property: Redevelopment – Tax Increment Financing – School District Challenge

Where a school district challenged a city’s adoption of an ordinance authorizing the use of tax-increment financing for a redevelopment project, summary judgment in favor of the city and developer is affirmed because the city showed an inadequate street layout, ...

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Administrative: Medical License – Judicial Review – Timeliness

Where a doctor sought judicial review of a disciplinary order of his medical license, the trial court lacked jurisdiction over the matter because of the doctor’s failure to timely file the petition. Preliminary order in prohibition made absolute. State Board ...

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Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District: Workers’ compensation

Walking injury; compensability ED91671 Mitchell Miller, Appellant, v. Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission, Respondent Appeal From: Labor and Industrial Relations Commission Handdown Date: 2/17/2009 Opinion Author: Judge Robert G. Dowd Jr. Opinion Vote: Judges Ahrens and Sullivan concur Mitchell Miller ...

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