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" And if upon the whole matter aforesaid, in form aforesaid found, it shall seem to the aforesaid justices that (stating the question of law upon which the jury doubt), then the jury aforesaid find, upon their oath, that the said defendant is guilty of... "
De l'administration de la justice criminelle en Angleterre et de l'esprit du ... - Page 104
by Charles Cottu - 1822 - 312 pages
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 16

Great Britain - 1820
...form aforesaid found, it shall seem to the aforesaid justices, that (stating the question of law upon which the jury doubt), then the jury aforesaid find upon their oath that the said defendant is not guilty of (stating the crime). ' The petty j ury have the right of, making the same distinctions as...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 16

Abraham John Valpy - Great Britain - 1820
...form aforesaid found, it shall seem to the aforesaid justices that (stating the question of law upon which the jury doubt), then the jury aforesaid find, upon their oath, that the said defendant is guilty of (stating the crime) ; but if upon the matter aforesaid, in form aforesaid found, it shall...
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On the Administration of Criminal Justice in England: And the ..., Volume 2

Charles Cottu - Constitutional law - 1822 - 312 pages
...aforesaid found, it " shall seem to the aforesaid justices that " (stating the question of law upon which the " jury doubt) ; then the jury aforesaid...upon their oath, that the said defendant is *' not guilty of (stating the crime.)" The petty jury have also the right o~f making the same distinction...
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On the Administration of Criminal Justice in England: And the ..., Volume 2

Constitutional law - 1822 - 312 pages
...aforesaid " found, it shall seem to the aforesaid justices " that (stating the question of law upon which " the jury doubt); then the jury aforesaid find, " upon their oath, that the said defendant is " guilty of (stating the crime) ; but, if upon the " matter aforesaid, in form aforesaid found, it...
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On the Administration of the Criminal Code in England, and Spirit of the ...

Charles Cottu - History - 1820 - 152 pages
...form aforesaid found, it shall seem to the aforesaid justices, that (stating the question of law upon which the jury doubt), then the jury aforesaid find upon their oath that the sajd defendant is not guilty of (stating the crime).''' The petty jury have the right of making the...
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