Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Indiana Volume 155

Reports of Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of the State of Indiana Volume 155

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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: ...the de' murrer to the aflirmative answers. REOOGNIZANCE.--Acii0n Against Sureties.--Defense.--Indictment in Another Count;/.--In an action against the sureties on the forfeited recognizance of one charged with a felony, it is no defense that the accused had been indicted for the same offense in another county. pp. sac-$90. SAME.--ACi'i01L on Forfeited Recognizance.--Ins'u1ficiency of Aflidavit.--The insufliciency of an affidavit and information, in that they failed to show that the person whose name was signed to the jurat was an officer authorized to administer oaths, is no defense to an action on a forfeited recognizance. p. 390. SAME.--Acfi0'n on Forfeited Recognizance.--Defense.--In an action against the sureties on a forfeited recognizance, it is no defense that the State, in attempting to arrest the accused on an indictment in another county for the same crime, caused the accused to conceal himself so that the suretieswere unable to perform their obligation. pp..292, see. From the Parke Circuit Court. Reversed. W. L. Taylor, Attorney-General, J. M. Johns, F. F. James, Merrill M oores and C. C. Hadley, for State. J. T. Johnson, J. S. White, D. H. Maxwell and H. Maxwell, for appellees. MONKS, J.--An aflidavit and information charging one Joel C. Osborn with having committed the crime of rape in Parke county, Indiana, were filed in the court below. The court ordered a bench warrant to be issued thereon to the sheriff of said county, who arrested said Osborn. Said Osborn appeared in open court on said day, in person and by counsel, and moved the court to quash the aflidavit and information, which motion was by the court overruled. Osborn thereupon waived an arraignment, and entered a plea of not guilty to said charge, and, on...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236988620
  • 9781236988621