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Title XXXVII CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

Chapter 541

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  541.160.  Concurrent jurisdiction in certain territories (Missouri). — Where the St. Francis River or the meanderings of said river border on or form the boundary line between any counties in the state of Arkansas and the state of Missouri, the state of Missouri shall have concurrent jurisdiction over any and all violations of the criminal laws of the state of Missouri, on and to the west meandering lines of the St. Francis River.

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(RSMo 1939 § 3778)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3388; 1919 § 3733

For comparable Arkansas statute, see § 43.1403 Arkansas Statutes 1947


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