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Chapter 547

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  547.040.  Motion in arrest of judgment — abolished. — The motion in arrest of judgment is hereby abolished, and hereafter all the rights which heretofore could have been saved by the defendants in a motion in arrest, and which have not been waived by failure to make timely objections, may be saved in the motion for a new trial.


(RSMo 1939 § 4126)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3736; 1919 § 4080; 1909 § 5286

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