Defences to Crime: The Adjudged Cases in the American and English Reports Wherein the Different Defenses to Crimes are Contained. With Notes ..., Volume 6

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S. Whitney & Company, 1892 - Actions and defenses
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Contents

Danger must be Imminent
76
Overt Aot Necessary before Right of Selfdefense Begins
77
Words and Gestures
79
Duty to Avoid the Necessity
80
9 Sams Under the Texas Code
82
11 Right to Strike First S3 1 Excessive Force
83
No Right to Seek out Another
84
16 Duty to Appeal to Authorities 8o 17 Attack Made by Several Right of Selfdefense Extends against all Engaged
85
Intent of Attacked Party not to Kill but to Disable
86
Cases where Refusal to Instruct as to Selfdefense was not Erro neous
88
Cases where Jury should have been Instructed as to Selfde feuse
89
Cases in Which Plea of Selfdefense was Proved
90
Law of Selfdefense in Civil Suits
91
Exigency Arising in Mutual Combat 92116
92
Killing in Mutual Combat Aggressor Pursued by Adversary State v
98
Resistance to Unlawful Arrest Crcighton v Commonwealth 84 Ky 103
103
Attempts Abandoned Intent Rape Consent Stephens v State
107
NOTES 26 Mutual Combat
114
No Advantage must be Taken
115
Where Necessity Produced by Act
117
Conflict Produced by Defendant but Abandoned Brazzil v State 28
124
Necessity Produced by Act of Slayer A lien v Commonwealth Court
142
Necessity Provoked by Act of Slayer State v Davidson 95 Mo 155
148
SelfdefenseDefendant a Trespasser and Provoking the Quarrel Guinea
156
Party must Bring on Conflict with Intent to Kill or do Bodily Harm
166
Right of Selfdefense Revives on Accused Withdrawing from Attack
172
Selfdefense against Vengeance of Husband Vrysdale v State 83
179
2 Same Instructions on the Law Stated in Last Section
185
Acting on Appearance of Dangek Pre
197
Mendants Belief in DangerThreats Tillery v State 24 Tex
204
Character of Deceased for Carrying Arms King v State 65 Miss 576 7
220
Reasonable Fear Deceased Larger Man than Defendant Common
234
Evidence of Violent Character of Deceased Williams v Slate 14
237
NOTES
248
This Rule Applied to Particular Facts
254
Superior Strength of Deceased
260
Evidence of Threats by Defendant 266
266
Defense against Unlawful Arrest 268308
268
Defense against Arrest Qualifications of Officer State v McMahan 103
274
Homicide in Resisting Unlawful Arrest Rom v State 10 Tex App 455
283
Am St Rep 193
286
Homicide to Avoid Arrest Knowledge of Purpose of Officer Croom
295
NOTES
304
Defense against Common Assaults 309314
309
NOTES
314
Resistance to the Commission of Felo
315
Homicide in Making Arrest Garter v State Court of Appeals of Texas
320
Homicide By Policeofficer in Unlawful Arrest OConnor v State
328
Defense by Officer against Assault by Person ArrestedExtent of Officers
334
Homicide by Soldier at Military Post Necessity United States v Clark
341
NOTES
351
70 Killing of Fleeing Felon
352
Defense of Other Persons 354392
354
Killing to Prevent Adultery with Wife Cloud v Suite 81 Ga 444
372
NOTES
380
Killing of Adulterer by Husband
391
80 Homicide by Necessity The Mignonette Case
413
Injury to Third Persons
419
Defense of Habitation A Mans House his Castle State r Patterson
420
Defense of Habitation Estep v Commonwealth 86 Ky 39 9 Am
432
Elections Challenges Illegal Voting Slate v Pearson 97 N O 434
434
NOTES
442
Defense of Property Other than
445
Killing in Defense of Property State v Levigne 17 Nev 435
457
Jnstifiable Homicide in Defense of Property Lilly v Slate 20
463
Defense of Property Assault to do Bodily Harm Filkins v People
470
Selfdefense Resisting Trespasser State v Perigo 70 Iowa 657
481
Defendant the AggressorTechnical Trespass State v Archer 69 Iowa
487
Driving on Sidewalk Necessity State v Brown 109 N 802
493
Killing Thief at Night
499
Burden of Proof and Evidence 502520
502
BurJen of Proof of Selfdefense State v Welsh 29 S C 4
505
Relative Strength of Parties Opinions Res Qesta Subsequent State
507
Embezzlement Partner not Guilty of State T Sutman 61 N H 511
511
BOOK II
521
Test of Insanity Williams v State 50 Ark 511
531
Insanity as a Defense Test of Accountability United States v Young
539
Insanity Degree of Mental Unsoundness United States v Faulkner
546
Insanity Rule of Responsibility Burden of Proof Parsons v State
552
NOTES
573
The Burden of Proof of Insanity 575608
575
NOTES
608
DauNKKBHcaa and Intoxication
609
Ark 283
626
Drunkenness Dipsomania State v Potts 100 N C 467
634
S119 Consent Larceny Burglary
690
CHAPTER XXIV
697
Mistake Sale of Liquor to Minor Kreamer v State 106 Ind 192
707
Mistake Knowledge of Contents of Package State v Ooss 59 Vt 266
716
Attempt Mixing Cantharides with Coffee Rape State v Lung
742
129 Attempt Assault
760
Omissions 762770
762
Omission
769
BOOK IV
771
Neglect to Support Wife Adultery as a Defense State v Schweitzer
775
Criminal Proceedings for Support of Wife Agreement for Separation
782
Incest
788
Crimes against the Government 789819
789
PostofficeStealing from the Mails Decoy Letter United States v
800
Postoffice Nonmailable Matter Threatening Postalcards United
806
NOTES
812
Same Mailing Obscene Matter Libelous Matter
818
Resisting an Officer Bryant v Stale 16 Neb 651
826
Disobedience of Subpoena When a Criminal Contempt Sherman v
828
Perjury Elements of the Crime Coyne v People 124 111 177 7
837
Perjury Evidence People v Bartman 81 Cal 200
844
Statement must be Material
850
Disturbing the Peace Beatty v Oillbankn 15 Cox C C 138 Siis
872
NOTES
887
Same Other Rulings
891
Nuisances 895974
895
Gaming Gamingbank Gamingtable Webb v State 17 Tex
904
Sabbathbreaking Works of Necessity Hennersdorf v State 26
911
Liquor Laws Sale to Minor Waldstein v State 29 Tex App 82
931
Keeping Liquors by Club for Use of Members only Commonwealth v
937
Bodystealing People v Fitzgerald 105 N T 146 59 Am Rep 483
949
Game Laws People v ONeil 71 Mich 325
955
NOTES
964
Sabbathbreaking
969
205 Nuisance Disorderly House
970
Drunkenness
971
Prostitution i
972
Oleomargarine
973
Failing to Keep Ticketoffice Open
974
BOOK V
975
NOTES 217 Arson What the Subject of
986
9S8 989 9S9 990 990 990 219 Arson Elements of the Crime
987
Arson Evidence Held Insufficient to Convict 221 Blackmailing and Threatening
988
Burglary Intent 223 Breaking Essential
989
Burglary Dwellinghouse Other Buildings 225 Breaking and Entering Burial Vault 226 Burglary Evidence Held Insufficient to Conviet Si Burglar...
990
CHAPTER XXXLH Embezzlement Embezzlement Elements of the Crime SheBntrn v Commonwealth 85
992
Embezzlement by Town Treasurer Commonwealth v EUe 140 Miss 279
997
Embezzlement Money Taken by Husband from Custody of Wife
1006
CHAPTER XXXIV
1013
232 Forgery Instrument must Prejudice Right of Another
1019
Swindling under Texas Code Blum v Slate 20 Tex App 578 54
1028
False Pretenses Intent to Defraud Essential
1034
What is not Property
1036
Selling Mortgaged Property or Property Subject to Lien
1037
Falsely Personating Another
1038
Larceny and Robbeky 10391062
1039
Larceny Property Subject of Slate v Campbell 103 N C 344
1041
Conversion by Bailee when not Larceny People v Cruger 102 N Y 510 55 Am Rep 830
1045
Larceny Possession of Recently Stolen Property State v Hale 12
1048
Carrying away Timber Wilson v SUtfe 17 Tex App 393
1049
NOTES 249 Larceny There must be a Taking
1051
251 Lua i Cama Essential Property must have Value
1052
Intent must Exist at Time of Taking
1053
Finder when not Guilty of Larceny
1054
258 Larceny from DwellinghouseWarehouse 105o 259 Larceny from the Person 105
1055
262 Larceny Evidence Held Insufficient to Convict
1056
2G3 Trespass and Injuries to Property
1060
Forcible Entry
1061
Malicious Mischief Agricultural Property
1062
Receiving Stolen Goods 10631068
1063
Abduction Seduction 10691121
1069
Kidnaping Childstealing Mayo v Stale 43 Ohio St 567
1076
Enticing Servant to Leave Employer Tartt v State 86 Ala 26
1088
Seduction Unchastity of Prosecutrix may be Shown Stale v Pal
1097
Abduction for the Purpose of Prostitution People v Plath 100 N
1107
Seduction Marriage of Parties a Bar People v Gould 70 Mich 240
1113
Abduction for Purpose of Sexual Intercourse
1119
Assault with Intent to Kill Fastbinder v Slate 42 Ohio St 341
1129
AssaultDjtent What not an Assault
1133
Assault with Intent to Commit Rape State v Kendall 73 Iowa 255 5
1143
NOTES
1151
Homicide 11561180
1156
Infanticide Corpus Delicti Harris v State 28 Tex App 308 19
1158
Homicide Corpus Delicti must be Proved
1175

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