New York Criminal Reports; Reports of Cases Decided in All the Courts of the State of New York Involving Questions of Criminal Law and Practice, with Notes and References Volume 27

New York Criminal Reports; Reports of Cases Decided in All the Courts of the State of New York Involving Questions of Criminal Law and Practice, with Notes and References Volume 27

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...unless it be shown that he was known by one name as well as by the other. Mead v. Haws, 7 Cow. 332. Use of fictitious name expressly authorized by statute where real name is unknown. People v. City Prison, 37 Misc. 676. Omission of a seal renders a warrant invalid, unless authorized to issue without seal. Beekman v. Traver, 20 Wend. 67. Must state shortly the ofiense for which the arrest is to be made, or recite the substance of the accusation, and must show an offense for which an arrest may lawfully be made. People v. Mead, 92 N. Y. 415. Sufiicient if it describes crime charged with enough precision to inform the defendant, assuming that he is of ordinary intelligence. of the nature of the charge he will be obliged to meet. Krauskopf v. Tallman, 38 App. Div. 273. Warrant of justice of one county must be indorsed by justice of another oountv before it can be executed in that county. Butolph v. Blust, 41 How. Pr. 481. If issued by police justice of a village, it may be executed anywhere in the county, although beyond the limits of the village. Orleans v. Wincheater, 18 Supp. 668. Clerical errors, erroneous omissions, insertions of words, or other defects in warrant held not to render it invalid, if they are immaterial and cannot prejudice or mislead the defendant. Payne v. Barnes, 5 Barb. 465. General appearance and plea held waiver of all objections to matters oi form in the warrant, and such objections should be made by a plea in abatement in the court to which the warrant is returnable. Day v. Wilber, 2 Cai. 134. A mistake in a warrant committing a person to jail for failing to comply with an order of filiation, consisting in the use therein of the words " Court of Sessions" instead of " County Court" does not...show more

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  • United States
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