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Molly Darleen Mckay

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Clarence E. Reed

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

State v. Bynum

... The record also contains Walter's birth date and social security number. ... He testified that he could not recall what information he had given the hotline operator, but noted that he had not included the alleged perpetrator's name, birth date, or social security number in his notes. ...

In re Estate of Shuh

... I. Federal Medicaid Act. Congress established the Medicaid program in 1965 as Title XIX of the Social Security Act, later codified at 42 USC Section 1396 et seq. Hutchings ex rel. Hutchings v. Roling, 193 SW3d 334, 340 (Mo.App. ED2006). ...

Alberty v. Alberty

... Wife claims that the trial court abused its discretion in limiting the duration of her maintenance, designating it as non-modifiable, and prospectively decreasing the award upon her receipt of Social Security benefits. Husband ...