Your facts do not indicate whether you believed that the case was disposed of.
If you thought it was, contact the Criminal Case Management of the Court where the disposition occurred and get a copy of the Disposition sheet showing how the case was disposed of. Under this circumstance, this is just a failure to complete data entry and easily fixable by you doing these steps.
If you did not believe that the case was disposed of, this simply means that the matter is still pending disposition. If this is the circumstance, contact your lawyer to discuss what steps need to be taken to resolve this matter. Good luck.
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I agree with my colleague's assessment. However, I write separately in the event you are looking at Missouri's Case.Net to obtain your information. It is not unusual for there to be data entry errors on Case.Net. Look in the docket entries tab or the charges, judgments, and sentences tab to see more detailed info. If your question is still not answered, you (or your attorney) may need to make a trip to the courthouse to get this straightened out.
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