The Crown Circuit Companion; Containing the Practice of the Assises on the Crown Side, and of the Courts of General and General Quarter Seffions of the Peace Volume 1

The Crown Circuit Companion; Containing the Practice of the Assises on the Crown Side, and of the Courts of General and General Quarter Seffions of the Peace Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1749 edition. Excerpt: ...another Bill. By the Stat. 1 H. 5. c'. 5. in all Indictments, Cijc. the Party indicted ought to have the Addition of his Miflery, Degree, Place, and County.. ' It, Il. Touching the-Time, to wit, the, Tear and Day wherein the Fat?-was committed. good 5 for the Force. and Arms, Day and Tlace, named in-the Beginning, refer-to all But in" an Indiftment of Felony, there must be then and tbere, to the Stroke, or to the Robbery, and the Day and Place of the Afiault is not suflicient; and this is in Favour of Life: ' Therefore 'tis usual to repeat the then and there to' the ieveral Parts of the Faft, as in Larceny, or Robbery from the Person. If K. D. be irrdifited, for that he, on such at Day and Year, at such a Place, having in his Right Hand a certain Sword, E5'c. did firike R. and it is not said then and-there did flrike, this is ill; because the Day and Year, and Place relate only to the having the Sword, not to the Stroke. In an Indietment for Murder, or Manslaughter, the Day and Place of giving the Stroke, or other Aft inducing the Death, and also the Ti-me of the Death mufl: be exprest 3 the' former, because the Forfeiture of lands relates thereto; the latter, because it must appear, that the Death was within the Year and Day after the Stroke, Ye. Where the Time of the Day, or Night, is material to ascertain the Nature of the Offence, it must be exprest in the Indict-ment. As an Indictment for Burglary ought to say on such a Day, aaant zbe Hour af in tlae Nigbt qftbe same Day, felonianfljv and bnrglariansxy a'z'a' break and enter. So upon, Breaking a House in the Day-. time, Ill. The Tarish, Trecinit, Hamlet, or Tlace where a Felony is committed must be exprefled in the Indzfitment. '.MiddIesex-, in the Margin, the Indictment suppofing a...show more

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  • Paperback | 28 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236595858
  • 9781236595850