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Chapter 98

< > Effective - 13 Aug 1978, 2 histories, see footnote    bottom

  *98.030.  Certain cities may elect police judges — jurisdiction. — All cities and towns having a population of less than ten thousand and acting under special charters, may, by ordinance, provide for the election of police judges in such cities, who shall be elected at the municipal election, and shall, when so elected, have exclusive jurisdiction to hear and determine all offenses against the ordinances of such cities; provided, that when such police judge shall be elected, then the jurisdiction conferred on the mayor to hear and determine cases for the violation of city ordinances by the charter of such city shall be held to refer to the police judge elected under this section.


(RSMo 1939 § 7437, A.L. 1947 V. I p. 404, A.L. 1978 H.B. 971 and H.B. 1634)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 7284; 1919 § 8699; 1909 § 9577

Effective 8-13-78 (H.B. 971); 1-02-79 (H.B. 1634)

*This section was repealed and reenacted by H.B. 971, 1978; it was also repealed by H.B. 1634, 1978.  House Bill 971 became effective 8-13-78; H.B. 1634 became effective 1-2-79.

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