Oklahoma Criminal Reports Volume 11

Oklahoma Criminal Reports Volume 11

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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. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ...was denied by the court, and the exceptions were duly saved. The examination of jurors upon the voir dire, and the challenges and exceptions of counsel in these examinations. are a part of the proceedings during the trial. and the defendant is entitled to have the same taken by the court reporter and correctly transcribed for use in subsequent proceedings in the trial court or upon appeal. Section 1786, Rev. Laws 1910, is as follows: Opinion of the Court. "It shall be the duty' of the court reporter to take down in shorthand and to correctly transcribe, when required, all the proceedings upon the trial of any cause, as well as all statements of counsel, the witnesses or the court, made during the trial of any cause or with reference to any cause pending for trial, when required by a party or attorney interested therein, and all other matters that might properly be a part of a case-made for appeal or proceeding in error. An attorney in any cause pending shall have the right to request of the court or stenographer that all such statements or proceedings occurring in the presence of the stenographer, or when his presence is required by such attorney, shall be taken and transcribed. A refusal of the court to permit, or, when requested, to require any statement to be taken down, upon the same being shown by afifidavit or other direct and competent evidence, to the Supreme Court, shall be deemed prejudicial error, without regard to the merits thereof." This statute has been passed on and construed by this court. In Walker zn Slate, 6 Okla. Cr. 370, 118 Pac. 1005, we said: "If the attorney for a defendant requests the trial court to direct the court stenographer to take down and transcribe any statement of attorneys, or other...show more

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