The Weekly Reporter; Appellate High Court Volume 26

The Weekly Reporter; Appellate High Court Volume 26

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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. 1893 edition. Excerpt: ...Procedure Code (Act X. of 1872J, ss. 222, 315. Under s. 315, Act X. of 1872, an order of discharge cannot be passed, unless the evidence of all the witnesses for the prosecution has been taken; and under s. 220 of the same Act, no judgment of acquittal can be recorded, unless a charge has been drawn up.--Queen V. Japit Ahir, 22 W. R. 25. 20. Discharge--Warrant-cases--Criminal Procedure Code (Act X. of 1872), s. J/J. In a warrant-case, in which, although the complainant's witnesses and the accused were present, the Deputy Magistrate discharged the accused on the report of a police-officer, held that his decision was illegal, as he was bound to take the evidence of the complainant before discharging the accused.--Meer Azeem Ali V. Hurnam Dass, 24 W. R. 9. DIG. CR. RUL., W. fl.-S. Discharge--(concld.). See Accomplice, i6. ii Acquittal, 5. Commitment, 28. Material Error, 5. it Preliminarv Enquiry, 9. Discharge--For Want of Evidence. See Witnesses For Prosecution, 9. Revival of Complaint after. See Jurisdiction, 68. Discovery of Fact--Discoverv Of Fact--Evidence Act (I.ofi872), ss. 26, 27--Confession. When a fact is discovered in consequence of information received from one of several persons charged with an offence, and when others give like information, the facts should not be treated as discovered from the information of them all. It should be deposed that a particular fact has been discovered from the information of A B, and this will let in so much of the information as relates distinctly to the information therein discovered.--Queen V. Ram Churn Chung, 24 W. R. 36. Discretion--See Commitment, i4. n Complaint, 24. n Confession, I. it False Evidence, 2i. I I Municipal Offence, ii. Possession, 8. Dishonest Intention, ...show more

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