Crown Cases Reserved for Consideration: 1850 to 1851, by S.C. Denison. Continued from Trinity term, 1851, to Trinity term, 1852, by R.R. Pearce

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Page 436 - Having heard the evidence, do you wish to say anything in answer to the charge ? You are not obliged to say anything unless you desire to do so, but whatever you say will be taken down in writing, and may be given in evidence against you upon your trial.
Page 457 - Felony, and may be indicted and convicted either as an Accessory before the Fact to the principal Felony, together with the principal Felon, or after the Conviction of the principal Felon, or may be indicted and convicted of a substantive Felony whether the principal Felon shall or shall not have been previously convicted, or shall or shall not be amenable to Justice, and may thereupon be punished in the same Manner as any Accessory before the Fact to the same Felony, if convicted as an Accessory,...
Page 314 - The jury answered the first question in the affirmative and the second in the negative ; and to the third question they answered — " It was their duty to require from the wagon company some distinct assurance that it had been thoroughly examined and repaired.
Page 175 - Viet. c. 85, s. 1 1, it is enacted, '•' that on the trial of any person for any of the offences hereinbefore mentioned, or for any felony whatever, where the crime charged shall include an assault against the person, it shall be lawful for the jury to acquit of the felony, and to find a verdict of guilty of assault against the person indicted, if the evidence shall warrant such finding...
Page 371 - In contempt of our said Lord the King and his laws, to the evil example of all others in the like case offending, and against the peace of our said Lord the King, his crown and dignity.
Page 225 - Columbia, laborer, not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil...
Page 471 - ... and thereupon such person shall be liable to be punished in the same manner as if he had been convicted upon an indictment for...
Page 81 - Mears to do and commit the said misdemeanor wickedly, knowingly, and unlawfully did aid, abet, and assist, contrary to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace of our lady the Queen, her Crown and dignity...
Page 382 - The crime of conspiracy is complete if two, or more than two, should agree to do an illegal thing ; that is, to effect something in itself unlawful, or to effect, by unlawful means, something which in itself may be indifferent or even lawful.
Page 391 - ... a certificate containing the substance and effect only (omitting the formal part) of the indictment and conviction for such offence, purporting to be signed by the clerk of the Court, or other officer...

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