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  545.220.  Demurrer or motion to quash indictment must specify grounds. — A demurrer to or motion to quash an indictment shall distinctly specify the grounds of objection to the indictment; unless it does so, it shall be disregarded, nor shall any reason be held to sustain such demurrer or motion not specified therein.


(RSMo 1939 § 3949)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 3560; 1919 § 3905; 1909 § 5112


Appeal by state, when demurrer to indictment sustained, 547.210

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