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  547.270.  No assignment, or joinder in error, necessary. — No assignment of error, or joinder in error, shall be necessary upon any appeal or writ of error, in a criminal case, issued or taken pursuant to the foregoing provisions of this chapter, but the court shall proceed upon the return thereof without delay, and render judgment upon the record before them.


(RSMo 1939 § 4150)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3760; 1919 § 4106; 1909 § 5312

(1964) Since defendant did not file a motion for new trial alleged errors presented in defendant's brief relative to improper cross examination of defense witness and admission of certain evidence were not preserved for review. State v. Kennebrew (Mo.), 380 S.W.2d 293.

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