Pollard's Code Biennial 1912; Containing All Statutes of a General and Permanent Nature Passed by the General Assembly of Virginia at Its Session of 1912. Also Annotations to the Code of Virginia 1904, the General Acts Subsequent Thereto,

Pollard's Code Biennial 1912; Containing All Statutes of a General and Permanent Nature Passed by the General Assembly of Virginia at Its Session of 1912. Also Annotations to the Code of Virginia 1904, the General Acts Subsequent Thereto,

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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. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...five years, and the superintendent shall execute the contract on the part of the State, but only with the consent and approval of the board of directors of the penitentiary, the governor of Virginia, and the secretary of the State board of charities and corrections, or a majority of them, the board of directors to be counted as one; and provided, further, that the tasks provided for under such contract shall be fixed by the superintendent of the penitentiary. (1912, p. 101. In force June 14, 1912.) Sec. 4047. A plea of former discharge under this section is analogous to the plea of autretois acquit. Com'th. v. Davis (Hustings Court of Petersburg), 17 V. L R. 509. a aw eg A discharge under this section from indictments under Sec. 3716 does not prevent indictment under Sec. 3394, which charges embezzlement at different times and at different dates. The discharge was not after a trial so there was no evidence and in the absence of proof that the crimes charged were identical, they must be held different. Com'th. v. Davis (Hustings Court of Petersburg), 17 Va. Law Reg. 509. Sec. 4050. Objection on account of improper remarks made by counsel in his address to the jury should be made at the time, and the court requested to instruct the jury to disregard them. Such objections come too late after verdict. Wickham v. Turpin, 112 Va. 236. Cited but not construed, William's Case, 11l Va. 870, 69 S. E. 1031. Sec. 4052. In so far as this section provides for an appeal to the court of appeals by the Commonwealth in a case involving life or liberty but no question of State revenue, it is unconstitutional as bein in conffict with Sec. 88 of the Constitution. Willcox's Case, 11l Va. 849, 69 E. 1027. Sec. 4005. Witness unable to...show more

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