The Missouri Criminal Code; Indexed and Annotated from the Missouri Supreme Court Reports, Vol. L. to 120, and Missouri Courts of Appeals, Vol. L to 57

The Missouri Criminal Code; Indexed and Annotated from the Missouri Supreme Court Reports, Vol. L. to 120, and Missouri Courts of Appeals, Vol. L to 57

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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. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...34a343; Sharpe, 106-106; Nelson, 101-477. 12. Where the indictment charges "Olive Hudson" an/d the proof was "Mrs. Hudson" it is not a fatal variance, unless the court before which the case was tried shall find that such variance was' material to the merits of the case or prejudicial to the defense of the defendant. Smith, 80-516. 13. Charge of stealing property of KR. C. Stephens, and proof that it was of J. C. Stephens is not a fatal variance, unless the trial court shall find that it is material to the merits of the case and prejudicial to the defense of the defendant. Barker, 64-282. 14. There is a fatal variance between the charge James C. Urr in a written instrument and proof of J. C. Orr. Fay, 6549-. 15. So of the charge J. C. Willard and proof of M. Willard. Chamberlain, 75-382. 16. Charge of larceny of the property of John Peter Sinish is not sustained by proof of larceny of property of Peter Sinish. English, 67-1'36. I7. An indictment charging forgery of a receipt purporting to be the receipt of'-Charles W. Jeffries and being set out in haec verba was signed C. W. Jeffries is not a fatal variance. Bibbs, 68-286. 18. Indictment charging the killing of Orlean Harrison Loomis is sustained by proof of killing a man named Loomis.-Sneed, 91-552. 19. If two names have the same original derivation though differing in sound or spelling, they are idem sonans. /Vilkerson, 13-92. 9 20. "Wilkerson" and "VVilkinson" are idem sonans. Wilkerson, 13-92. I 21. Or Havley for Haverley. Haveley, 21-498. 8 22. Or Hutson for Hudson. Hutson, 15-512. 23. Or Blankenship for Blackenship. Blankenship, 21-504.. 24. But charge of Gratz is not sustained by proof of Groltz. Brown, 119-527. 25. Nor...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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