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  546.370.  Exceptions may be taken as in civil cases. — On the trial of any indictment or prosecution for a criminal offense, exceptions to any decisions of the court may be made in the same cases and manner provided by law in all civil cases; and bills of exceptions shall be settled, signed, sealed and filed as now allowed by law in civil actions, and the same proceedings may be had to compel or procure the signing and sealing of such bills, and the return thereof, as in civil cases.


(RSMo 1939 § 4084)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3695; 1919 § 4039; 1909 § 5245


Appeals in criminal cases, when granted, 547.070, 547.090

Assignment of error or joinder in crime not necessary in appeal or writ of error, 547.270

(1951) Where purported transcript of record did not contain certificate showing it to have been agreed to and allowed as a bill of exceptions nor was it shown to have been agreed to as required by § 512.110 and rules 1.31 and 1.34 of supreme court, review on appeal would be limited to record proper.  State v. Bird (Mo.), 242 S.W.2d 576.

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