General Laws and Memorials and Resolutions of the Territory of Montana Passed at the Fourth Session of the Legislative Assembly; Begun at Virginia City Nov. 4 and Concluded Dec. 13, 1867

General Laws and Memorials and Resolutions of the Territory of Montana Passed at the Fourth Session of the Legislative Assembly; Begun at Virginia City Nov. 4 and Concluded Dec. 13, 1867 : Also at the Extraordinary Session Begun Dec. 14

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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. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...of their deliberations, or the verdict agreed upon. SEC. I67. Upon retiring for deliberation the jury may take with them all papers (except depositions) which have been received as evidence in the case or copies of such papers as ought not, in the opinion of the court, to be taken from the person having them in possession, and they may also take with them notes of the testimony, or other proceedings on the trial, taken by themselves, or any of them; but none taken by any other person. SEC. I68. After the jury have retired for deliberation, if there be a disagreement between them as to any part of the testimony, or if they desire to be informed of any point of law arising in the cause, they may require the officer to conduct them into court; upon their being brought into court the information required shall ge given in presence of, or after notice to, the parties or counsel. SEC. I69. In all cases where a jury are discharged or prevented from giving a verdict by reason of accident or other cause during the progress of the trial, or after the cause is submitted to them, the action may be again tried immediately or at a future time as the court shall direct. SEC. I70. While the jury are absent the court may adjourn from time to time, in respect to other business; but it shall be nevertheless deemed open for every purpose connected with the cause submittd to the jury, until a verdict is rendered or the jury discharged. The court may direct the jury to bring in a sealed verdict at the opening of the court in case of an agreement during a recess or adjournment for the day. A final adjournment of the court for the term shall discharge the jury. SEC. I7l. When the jury have agreed upon their verdict they shall be conducted into court by the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236886321
  • 9781236886323