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lr 53.20 right to dismiss indictment, information or complaint.the right of the defendants to move for an order dismissing an indictment, information or complaint shall be in the form of a motion to be heard and decided by the judge, or, in the court of appeals, the trial judge assigned to the case. the motion may be considered at any time. the motion may be considered by the judge of the court which tried the case, by any judge of that same court, or by any judge of an appellate court. if the judge does not entertain the motion, the motion shall be denied in the absence of good cause shown. if the motion is denied, the judge who denied it may enter an appropriate order. if the motion is sustained, the judge who sustained it may set forth findings of fact and conclusions of law, or may vacate the order of the original judge. all findings of fact and conclusions of law by the original judge shall be deemed to be set forth in the order of the judge who denied the motion. such an order shall be effective when entered and as to all parties and issues.
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lr 55.1 failure to appear by defendant. where a defendant in an indictment, information, or complaint fails to appear for arraignment, or for any other arraignment or pretrial conference, it shall be the duty of the united states attorney to enter a special plea of that fact in such case. the court may enter a warrant for the arrest of such defendant, or, if the defendant is a fugitive, issue a bench warrant for his arrest, and the united states marshal shall execute the warrant if he can be found.
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