The Louisiana Digest; Embracing the Laws of the Legislature of a General Nature, Enacted from the Year 1804 to 1841, Inclusive, and in Force at This L

The Louisiana Digest; Embracing the Laws of the Legislature of a General Nature, Enacted from the Year 1804 to 1841, Inclusive, and in Force at This L

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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. 1841 edition. Excerpt: ... in which a jury trial shall be made, (z) JUSTICES OF THE PEACE AND CONSTABLES. Justice a of the peace, duties of, in criminal Justices of peace appointed for Orleans parish t873 matters.--1 AGO et seq. 1867 '- "police jury to divide the Justices of the peace, duties of, in civil mat-. parishes into wnrdj 1876 tcrri-----1864,1882. "appointed for the settlements Justices of the peace, jurisdiction of 1865,1877 of bayou St. John-1873 "14 persons not eligible to the "acts of Ft. M. Normant, while office of 1866 acting as, legalized 1879 Justices of tho peace, not bound to affix seal "-- two appointed for Plaque to any net. 1'868 mine.... 1880 Justices of the peace, may employ sheritfs to - - one appointed for White execute process 1870 Oak drove--1883 Justices of the pcaee, eligibility of, in Claiborne 1871 " "one appointed for Milenburg 1884 "wards of, created in Epst Duty of constables in making salesand icturn Feliciana 1872 ing process 1869 See Fees, Code of Practice, arts. 1060 to 1161. 1860. It shall be the duty of the several justices of the peace, in and for the several counties of this territory, and they are hereby vested with full power to hear and examine all complaints of any breach of the peace or other crime or misdemeanor, committed in the body of the county for which such justice shall have been appointed, and if any charge of breach of the peace, crime or misdemeanor shall be established by the oath of one or more credible witnesses, then it shall be the duty of such-justice of the peace, for any offence not punishable with death or exclusively cognizable by the superior court, to take the bond of the patty charged, with such surety as to the said justice may appear...show more

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  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 20mm | 685g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236583167
  • 9781236583161