A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law; Including the Statutes and Judicial Decisions of All Jurisdictions of the United State

A Treatise on the System of Evidence in Trials at Common Law; Including the Statutes and Judicial Decisions of All Jurisdictions of the United State

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...was "capable of transacting ordinary business and of intelligently disposing of property," allowed; Betts v. Betts, supra, said to have been "practically overruled"). 1905, Struth v. Decker, 100 Md. 368, 59 Atl. 727 (excluded; opinion obscure). 1906, Baugher v. Gescll, 103 Md. 450, 63 Atl. 1078 (Berry v. Safe D. & T. Co., supra, followed; whether the testator "was of sound and disposing mind and capable of making a valid deed or contract," excluded). 1906, Kelly v. Kelly, 103 Md. 548, 63 Atl. 1082 (similar; but decided on another ground, by another judge, without noticing the preceding opinion, dated the same day). 1907, Cheney's Estate, --Nebr.--, 110 N. W. 731 ("able to make" a will, not allowed). 1903, Pattee v. Whitcomb, 72 N. H. 249, 56 Atl. 459 ("influence of the testator's wife over him," allowed). 1904, Peterson, Re, 136 N. C. 13, 48 S. E. 561 (question discussed). 1905, Nashville C. & St. L. R: Co. v. Brundige, 114 Tenn. 31, 84 S. W. 805 (opinion as to being "in a condition to transact business or make a contract," excluded; unsound). Note 2, par. 1; add: Accord: 1904, State v. McGruder, 125 la. 741, 101 N. W. 646. Contra: 1904, State v. Brown. 181 Mo. 192, 79 S. W. 1111. 1906, Reed v. State, --Nebr.--, 108 N. W. 649 (Shults v. State, supra, followed; ignoring Pflueger v. State, supra), Note 2, . 6: For "id," read "Mo." Note 2; add a new paragraph: A similar question arises for a child's capacity: 1906, Neville v. State, --Ala.--, 41 So. 1011 (larceny by a boy of ten; testimony that "he was a bright boy mentally," etc., admitted). 1960. Miscellaneous Instances (Possession, etc.). Note 1; add: 1906, Driver v. King, --Ala.--, 40 So....show more

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