McClain's Annotated Statutes of the State Iowa, Showing the General Statutes in Force July 4, 1880 Volume 2

McClain's Annotated Statutes of the State Iowa, Showing the General Statutes in Force July 4, 1880 Volume 2

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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. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...progress of the cause, and that he will not evade or attempt to evade the service of a subpoena, or that he will forfeit the sum of one hundred dollars. As amended by 18th G. A'., ch. 130, 1, which inserted the words following "answer" in the fifth line, to and including "subpoena." Sec. 4249. Whenever the magistrate is satisfied by oath, or when to give otherwise, that there is reason to believe that any such witness jfJJJwill not fulfill his undertaking and appear and testify unless c.'5i, jis; . surety be required, he may order the witness to enter into a written undertaking with sureties, and in such sum as he may deem proper for his appearance. Sec. 4250. Minors and married women who are material wit-Minors ami nesses against the defendant, may, in like manner, be required "JinTM! to procure sureties for their appearance as provided in the preced-R. j! 4i & ing section. Sec. 4251. If a witness, required to enter into an undertaking witness comto appear and testify, either with or without sureties, refuse com-5-o4. pliance with the order for that purpose, the magistrate must com-C. 'H, i 2879. mit him until he comply or be legally discharged. Sec 4252. When a magistrate has discharged a defendant, or i'npcrsreheld him to answer an indictment, he must return to the district ma"/.1'5" c;urtofthe county, on or before its opening, on the first day of R. 84805. the next term thereof, and as soon after the closing of the exami-c '.Ssso. nation as practicable, all the papers mentioned in section four thousand two hundred and forty-two of this chapter, together with the undertaking of bail for the appearance of the defendant, and the undertakings of the witnesses, or for them, taken by him. Sec. more

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