Problems and Quiz

Problems and Quiz

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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: ... Is an indictment good which charges defendant with stealing "a quantity of specimens of gold and silver ores, of 150 pounds in Weight"? 33. In an indictment for an attempt to commit larceny, is the same particular description of the property required as in one for a completed larceny? 34. In an indictment for larceny, is the following a sufficient description of the property stolen: "A yearling"? 35. Or "a pocket book and contents to the value of $20"? 36. Or "a certain writ of fi. fa. belonging to the superior court"? 37. Or "sundry gold coins, current money of the commonwealth, of the aggregate value of $29, but a more particular description of which the jurors cannot give, as they have no means of knowledge"? 38. Or "money of a kind and description to the grand jury unknown"? 39. Or "of $6,027, of the paper money of the United States"? 40. Is an indictment good which charges that the accused "feloniously took and carried away one peck of corn, a part of an outstanding crop of corn, of the value of $.25, the personal property of H."? 41. Is an indictment which describes the property taken as "one watch, the personal property of A. H., of the value of $10," sufficient? 42. Where the stealing of a horse is made grand larceny by statute, must the value of a horse stolen be alleged in the indictment? 43. If the ownership of the property stolen is laid in three persons as executors, can a conviction be had on proof of ownership in two of the executors? 44. Is an indictment for larceny containing several counts, and stating a different owner of the property in each count, good? 45. In a prosecution for money of a ward stolen from more

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