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  491.080.  Testimony of witness not to be used to convict him of fraud. — Whenever any person shall testify, either as a party or as a witness, in any suit or proceedings now or hereafter pending, the testimony of such person shall not be used as evidence to prove any fact in any suit or prosecution against such person for any penalty for violation of any law in relation to fraudulent conveyance of property.


(RSMo 1939 § 1893)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 1729; 1919 § 5416; 1909 § 6360

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