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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...a partnership or a corporation; it is not necessary that any person should have been defrauded by a forgery.--Denson v. State, 122 Ala. 100 (26 So. 119); Benson v. State, 124 Ala. 92 (27 So. 1). Effect of failure of indictment to charge that the bank was incorporated.--Benson v. State, 124 Ala. 92 (27 So. 1). Evidence as to forgery.--Koch v. State, 115 Ala. 99 (22 So. 471). Evidence that forged order was written on leaf of blank book found in pocket of defendant.--Koch v. State, 115 Ala. 99 (22 So. 471). Bank checks included in the words "bills" and "bills of exchange."--Bank v. Nelson, 105 Ala. 180 (16 So. 707). An order may be the subject of forgery.--Agee v. State, 113 Ala. 52 (21 So. 207). Intent to defraud is always an element of the offense.--Agee v. State, 113 Ala. 52 (21 So. 207); Gooden v. State, 55 Ala. 178. While an instrument void on its face is not the subject of forgery, yet if by extrinsic facts it might defraud, it is the subject of forgery.--Glenn v. State, 116 Ala. 483 (23 So. 1); Lampkin v. State, 105 Ala. 1 (16 So. 575); Fomby v. State, 87 Ala. 36 (6 So. 271); Rembert v. State, 53 Ala. 467. Evidence as to handwriting of defendant; confession before instrument was uttered.--Henderson v. State, 120 Ala. 360 (25 So. 236). A note as follows: "Mr. Holmes, Selma, Ala., dear sir.--The value of this chain is $10 (ten)" on its face is not the subject of forgery, but in connection with extrinsic facts it might be, and an indictment charging a forgery of such paper alone is insufficient.--Burden v. State, 120 Ala. 388 (25 So. 190). It is not necessary to name any particular person or corporation intended to be defrauded.--Williams v. State, 126 Ala. 50 (28 So. 632). An indictment which avers that the...show more

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  • Paperback | 558 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 29mm | 984g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236986385
  • 9781236986382