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Tag Archives: Court Costs

Criminal Law: Court Costs-Motion to Retax

Where a defendant appealed the trial court’s denial of his motion to retax costs to the state, the judgment is affirmed because the court’s determination as to which party should be taxed costs is part of the judgment itself, so ...

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Employment: Arbitration-Disability Discrimination-Court Costs

Where an employee sued his former employer and a human resources officer for disability discrimination, religious discrimination and retaliation under the Missouri Human Rights Act, and the defendant moved to dismiss or to compel arbitration, the trial court did not ...

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Criminal Law : Probation Conditions – Court Costs

State ex rel. William Fleming v. Board of Probation and Parole (MLW No. 70391/Case No. SC95764 – 26 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, Breckenridge, C.J., Stith, Draper and Russell, JJ., concur; Fischer, J., dissents in separate opinion filed; Wilson, J., dissents in separate opinion filed)

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