Reports of Decisions in Criminal Cases Made at Term at Chambers: And in the Courts of Oyer and Terminer of the State of New York [1823-1868], Volum 6

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William Gould and Son, 1868
 

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Side 647 - ... a question of fact to be determined by the jury, under proper instructions from the court as to what constitutes negligence.
Side 238 - ... should have a good opinion of his jury, the want of which might totally disconcert him ; the law wills not that he should be tried by any one man against whom he has conceived a prejudice, even without being able to assign a reason forsnch his dislike, a.
Side 609 - The killing of a human being, unless it is excusable or justifiable, is murder in the first degree, when committed : 1. From a deliberate and premeditated design to effect the death of the person killed, or of another ; or 2.
Side 219 - From a deliberate and premeditated design to effect the death of the person killed, or of another; or, 2. By an act imminently dangerous to others, and evincing a depraved mind, regardless of human life, although without a premeditated design to effect the death of any individual; or without a design to effect death, by a person engaged in the commission of, or in an attempt to commit a felony, either upon or affecting the person killed or otherwise; or, 3.
Side 306 - We do not question the authority of state court, or judge, who is authorized by the laws of the state to issue the writ of habeas corpus, to issue it in any case where the party is imprisoned within its territorial limits, provided it does not appear, when the application is made, that the person imprisoned is in custody under the authority of the United States.
Side 306 - They then know that the prisoner is within the dominion and jurisdiction of another government, and that neither, the writ of habeas corpus nor any other process issued under state authority can pass over the line of division between the two sovereignties. He is then within the dominion and exclusive jurisdiction of the United States. If he has committed an offense against their laws, their tribunals alone can punish him. If he is wrongfully imprisoned, their judicial tribunals can release him and...
Side 612 - ... sought to be proved. The advantages are, that, as the evidence commonly comes from several witnesses and different sources, a chain of circumstances is less likely to be falsely prepared and arranged, and falsehood and perjury are more likely to be detected and fail of their purpose.
Side 193 - The trial by jury in all cases in which it has been heretofore used shall remain inviolate forever; but a jury trial may be waived by the parties in all civil cases in the manner to be prescribed by law.
Side 162 - That he is the applicant in the foregoing application, that he has read the same and knows the contents thereof, and that the same is true of his own knowledge, except as to the matters therein stated on information and belief, and as to those matters he believes it to be true.
Side 132 - Every person who takes away any female under the age of eighteen years from her father, mother, guardian, or other person having the legal charge of her person...

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