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" When the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury, on either side or on both sides, without argument, the counsel for the people must commence, and the defendant or his counsel may conclude the argument to the jury. "
Journal of the Senate of the ... General Assembly of the State of Iowa - Page 455
by Iowa. General Assembly. Senate - 1860
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First[-Fourth] Report of the Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings ...

New York (State). Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings - Civil procedure - 1848
...good reason, in furtherance of justice, permit them to offer evidence upon their original case. 4. When the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury, on either side or on both sides, without argument, the counsel for the people must commence, .and the defendant or his...
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The Code of Criminal Procedure of the State of New York

New York (State), New York (State). Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings - Criminal procedure - 1850 - 486 pages
...good reason, in furtherance of justice, permit them to offer evidence upon their original case. 4. When the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury, on either side or on both sides, without argument, the counsel for the people must commence, and the defendant or his...
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The Code of Civil Procedure of the State of New York: Reported Complete by ...

New York (State). Commissioners on Practice and Pleadings - Civil procedure - 1850 - 791 pages
...good reason, in furtherance of justice, permit them to offer evidence upon their original case : 4. When the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury on either side, or on both sides, without argument, the defendant must commence, and the plaintiff conclude the argument...
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The Law Magazine, Or, Quarterly Review of Jurisprudence

Law - 1851
...jury, which contain few, if any, new principles. It is, however, provided by section 460— " That when the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury on either side, or on both sides without argument, the counsel for the people must begin, and the defendant or his counsel...
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Compiled Laws of the State of California: Containing All the Acts of the ...

California, F. A. Snyder, S. Garfielde - Law - 1853 - 1071 pages
...good reason in furtherance of justice, permit them to offer evidence upon their original cause. 4th. When the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury, on either or both sides, without argument, the counsel for the people must commence, and the defendant or his...
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Statutes of California and Digests of Measures

California - Session laws - 1854
...for good reason, in furtherance of justice. permit them to offer evidence upon their original cause. Fifth. When the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury on either side, or on both sides, without argument, the coun- Counsel of tha sel for the people must open and may conclude...
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Statutes of California and Digests of Measures

California - Session laws - 1855
...justice, permit them to offer evidence upon their original cause. Fifth. When the evi-Firths dence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the Jury on either side, or on both sides, without argument, the counsel for the people must open and may conclude the argument....
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Digest of the Laws of California: Containing All Laws of a General Character ...

William H. R. Wood - Law - 1857 - 871 pages
...good reason in furtherance of justice, permit them to offer evidence upon their original cause. 4. e before -mentioned. or both sides, without argument, the counsel for the people must commenee, and the defendant or his...
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Official Report of the Proceedings, Testimony, and Arguments, in the Trial ...

James H. Hardy, Charles Allen Sumner, William McLellan Cutter - Electronic books - 1862 - 711 pages
...argument. I read from page two hundred and sixty-one of the Statutes of eighteen hundred and titty-one : " Fifth. — When the evidence is concluded, unless...the case is submitted to the jury on either side, or on both sides, without argument, the Counsel for the people must commence, and the defendant or his...
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Laws of the Territory of Idaho

Idaho - Law - 1864
...reason in furtherance of justice, permit them to offer evidence upon their original cause. Fourth. When the evidence is concluded, unless the case is submitted to the jury, on either or both sides, without argument, the counsel for the people must commence, and the defendant, or his...
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