Prosecution and Defense; Practical Directions and Forms for the Grand-Jury Room, Trial Court, and Court of Appeal in Criminal Causes, with Full Citations of Precedents from the Reports and Other Books

Prosecution and Defense; Practical Directions and Forms for the Grand-Jury Room, Trial Court, and Court of Appeal in Criminal Causes, with Full Citations of Precedents from the Reports and Other Books

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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. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ... at the said inn apply to the said A. to be received therein as a guest, and for food and lodging for himself and food and stabling for his said horse, for a reasonable time and during the then approaching night, being then and there ready and willing to pay for the same, and offering and tendering to the said A. proper and reasonable pay therefor; but then and there the said A., having sufficient unoccupied room and other means in his said inn and stables, unlawfully, unreasonably and without justifying excuse refused to receive the said X as a guest in said inn, and would not and did not provide the said X with food, lodging, stabling, or with any other needed accommodation for himself and horse; against the peace, etc.' 1 For the law of this offense, see Crim. Law, L 533. s Perhaps, under the laws of some of the states, an averment of license may be important It is not in the English form before me, which was treated as good. 'For precedents, see Rex v. Ivens, 7 Car. & P. 218; Wharf. Prec. No. 912. 1 am not aware that the books contain any other precedents. For INSOLVENCY, see ante, 230 et seq. INSTIGATION, see ante, 105-107,114-117,110-12L INTOXICATING LIQUORS, see Liqcob Sellino, eta INTOXICATION, see Dbunkennes& 881 CHAPTER XLVIL KIDNAPING AND FALSE IMPRISONMENT.! 568. How in this chapter.--These offenses being nearly related, with no distinct partition between them, and in a general way kidnaping being a sort of aggravated false imprisonment, so that an indictment for the heavier includes, or may be so drawn as to include, the lighter,2 it would be inconvenient, with no compensating advantages, to separate them in this chapter. 569. Formula for indictment.--The indictment, which, as...show more

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  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 485g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236875575
  • 9781236875570