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Hill v. Corcoran

Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Division One
Mar 21, 1995
895 S.W.2d 310 (Mo. Ct. App. 1995)

Summary

during the trial one of the jurors was accused of "a grave crime" and he employed one of the counsel for the victorious party to defend him

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Opinion

No. 67101.

March 21, 1995.

APPEAL FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT, ST. LOUIS COUNTY; STEVEN H. GOLDMAN, JUDGE.

Rick Barry, Clayton, for appellant.

Craig Biesterfield, Robert Schulz, St. Louis, for respondents.

Before REINHARD, P.J., and GARY M. GAERTNER and CRAHAN, JJ.


ORDER


Joseph Hill, Petitioner, appeals from the denial of his application to recover disability benefits from the City of Maplewood's Policemen's and Firemen's Retirement Fund, claiming total and permanent disability from a duty-related injury. The Board of Trustees denied Petitioner's claim, finding Petitioner's injury was not sustained while performing his duties as a fireman. The Board's decision was affirmed by the Circuit Court. We affirm.

We have reviewed the briefs and the record on appeal and find the decision is supported by competent and substantial evidence on the whole record. An opinion reciting the detailed facts and restating the principles of law would have no precedential value. We affirm in accordance with Rule 84.16 (b).


Summaries of

Hill v. Corcoran

Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Division One
Mar 21, 1995
895 S.W.2d 310 (Mo. Ct. App. 1995)

during the trial one of the jurors was accused of "a grave crime" and he employed one of the counsel for the victorious party to defend him

Summary of this case from Commonwealth v. Walker
Case details for

Hill v. Corcoran

Case Details

Full title:JOSEPH HILL, PETITIONER/APPELLANT, v. MARTIN CORCORAN, ET AL.…

Court:Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Division One

Date published: Mar 21, 1995

Citations

895 S.W.2d 310 (Mo. Ct. App. 1995)

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