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account of the tryal before the Lord Chief Justice Raymond at Guild-hall between Mr. J--- C---

account of the tryal before the Lord Chief Justice Raymond at Guild-hall between Mr. J--- C---

a mercer at Aldgate, and Mr. J--- E---, formerly his apprentice, upon an action brought by Mr. J--- C--- against Mr. J--- E--- for criminal conversation with his wife ... 22d May, 1728.

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Published in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • C., J.,
  • E., J.,
  • Raymond, Robert, -- 1st, Baron.

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    Open LibraryOL20398099M

    As early as , Raymond, C. J., The trial was at bar before all the justices of the king's bench, upon a general plea of not guilty. A principal ground of defense was that the king had no dispense was therefore the petition of the bishops to him was an innocent exercise of the right of petition, and was not a libel. Lord Chief Justice.   Mr Chief Justice Marshall suggested that the case might be brought on if the parties would agree that it should stand as if a judgment had been given by the circuit court on the exceptions. The case, he said, could not be heard on a difference in opinion of the judges of the court, on a motion for a new trial.

    Under the Fifth Amendment, any statements that a defendant in custody makes during an interrogation are admissible as evidence at a criminal trial only if law enforcement told the defendant of the right to remain silent and the right to speak with an attorney before the interrogation started, and the rights were either exercised or waived in a knowing, voluntary, and intelligent manner. The court (Lord Parker, C. J., Salmon, L. J., and Widgery, J.) held: The point involved here is a novel one in so far as no previous decision appears to have been given on the point. It depends upon the true construction of section 19 of the Extradition Act, ; that section reads.

    In addition, the mention that the Jebusites still controlled Jerusalem "to this day" means the book had to be written prior to King David's conquest of Jerusalem in c. BC (2 Sam ). The period of the judges can be estimated as covering the / years during the time eleven men and one woman gave justice and guidance to the twelve. CAMPBELL, JOHN, first Baron Campbell (–), legal biographer, lord chief justice, and lord chancellor, traced his descent on his father's side from Archibald, the second earl of Argyll [q. v.], who fell at Flodden, and through his mother, who was a Hallyburton, from Robert, duke of .


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