Mississippi State Cases: Being Criminal Cases Decided in the High Court of Errors and Appeals, and in the Supreme Court, of the State of Mississippi; from the June Term 1818 to the First Monday in January 1872, Inclusive. With Explanatory Notes of English and American Decisions and Authorities; and a Manual of Forms for Making Up Records, Entries, Criminal Pleadings, Etc, Volume 1
Miss., The compiler, 1872 - Criminal law - 1965 pages
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