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Chapter 544

< > Effective - 02 Jan 1979, see footnote bottom

  544.575.  No proceeding upon a recognizance defeated for defects. — No proceeding upon a recognizance shall be defeated, nor shall judgment thereon be prevented or arrested, on account of any defect of form, omission of recital, condition of undertaking therein, neglect of an associate circuit judge or clerk to note or record the default of any principal or surety at the time when such default shall happen, or of any other irregularity if it be made to appear from the whole record or proceeding that the defendant was legally in custody, charged with a criminal offense, that he was discharged therefrom by reason of the giving of the recognizance, and that it can be ascertained from the recognizance that the sureties undertook that the defendant should appear before a court at the time specified.


(L. 1978 H.B. 1634)

Effective 1-02-79

---- end of effective  02 Jan 1979 ----

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