The Courts of Jamaica and Their Jurisdiction: The administration of criminal justice, Part 1

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Smith, Elder and Company, 1855 - Courts - 614 pages
 

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Page 246 - 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...
Page 208 - The present convention shall be in force for the term of ten years from the date hereof ; and further, until the end of twelve months after • either of the high contracting parties shall have given notice to the other of its intention to terminate the same...
Page 528 - CD, and if within the space of days next after the making of such distress, the said last-mentioned sum, together with the reasonable charges of taking and keeping the said distress, shall not be paid, that then you do sell the said goods and chattels so by you distrained, and...
Page 110 - Costs shall be sooner paid ; and for so doing this shall be your sufficient Warrant.
Page 216 - Court in which such offender shall be convicted, and every such ship or vessel, with the tackle, apparel, and furniture, together with all the materials, arms, ammunition, and stores which may belong to, or be on board of, any such ship or vessel, shall be forfeited...
Page 215 - Potentate, or against the Subjects or Citizens of any Prince, State, or Potentate, or against the Persons exercising or assuming to exercise the Powers of Government in any Colony, Province, or Part of any Province or Country...
Page 299 - Felony, purporting to be signed by the Clerk of the Court or other Officer having the custody of the Records of the Court where the offender was first convicted, or by the Deputy of such Clerk or Officer...
Page 216 - ... it shall be lawful for any " officer of His Majesty's customs or excise, or any officer of " His Majesty's navy, who is by law empowered to make " seizures for any forfeiture incurred under any of the laws " of customs or excise, or the laws of trade and navigation...
Page 288 - ... for want of the statement of the value or price of any matter or thing, or the amount of damage, injury, or spoil, in any case where the value or price or the amount of damage, injury, or spoil is not of the essence of the offence, (a) objection 26.
Page 68 - Prison; and to take of all them that be not of good fame, where they shall be found, sufficient Surety and Mainprise of their good Behaviour towards the King and his People...

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