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" I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter, unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least the body found dead,(/) for the sake of two cases, one mentioned in my lord Coke's PC cap. "
The Quarterly Review - Página 196
por William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle, George Walter Prothero - 1818
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Roscoe's Digest of the Law of Evidence in Criminal Cases, Volumen1

Henry Roscoe, Horace Smith - 1888
...of these goods." And again, " 1 would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter, unless the fact were proved to be done, or, at least, the body found dead." 2 Hale, 290. So it is said by Sir William Blackstone, 4 Comm. 359, that all presumptive evidence of...
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Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in ...

Edward William Cox - 1890
...been committed of those goods. I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least, the body found dead." Each of these two sentences must be taken separately. Neither of them having in terms any reference...
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A Treatise on the Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity

Edward Cox Mann - 1893 - 420 páginas
...works on this point, says: " I would never "convict any person of murder or manslaughter unlnss " the fact were proved to be done, or at least the body "found dead." "7>e corpore interfecti neccesse est, lit consteV is an ancient legal maxim, and many cases might be...
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The General Principles of the Law of Evidence: In Their Application to the ...

Frank Sumner Rice - 1894 - 979 páginas
...of these goods." And again, "I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter, unless the fact were proved to be done, or, at least, the body found dead." 2 Hale, PC 290. So it is said by Sir William Blackstone, 4 Bl. Com. 359, that all presumptive evidence...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Volumen50

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1896
...circumstantial evidence. Lord Hale said: "I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter unless the fact were proved to be done, or, at least, the body found dead, for the sake of two cases — one mentioned in my Lord Coke's Pleas of the Crown, chapter 104, page 232, a Warwickshire case;...
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Penal Code of State of Idaho, 1901

Idaho - 1901 - 597 páginas
...reasonable doubt. "I would never," says Lord Hale, "convict any person of murder or manslaughter unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least, the body found dead." "The death should be distinctly proved, either by direct evidence of the fact, by inspection Df the...
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The Codes and Statutes of California: As Amended and in Force at the Close ...

Carter Pitkin Pomeroy - 1901 - 622 páginas
...inflicted. "I would never," says Ixml Hale, "convict any person of murder or manslaughter unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least the body found dead": 2 Hale's Pleas of the Crown, 290. The death should be distinctly proved, cither by direct evidence...
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State Trials, Political and Social, Volumen3

Harry Lushington Stephen - 1902
...occurred on his first circuit. 2 'I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least the body found dead, for the sake of two cases, one mentioned in my Lord Coke's Pleas of the Crown, cap. 104, p. 232, a Warwickshire case,' and another...
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The Criminal Law of India

John Dawson Mayne - 1904 - 1119 páginas
...the death. Lord Hale says : " I would never convict any person of murder or manslaughter, unless the fact were proved to be done, or at least the body found dead." ' He mentions two cages ; one within his own knowledge, where A was missing, and B was supposed to...
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The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Volumen97

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1904
...Hale at one time laid down the rule that in cases of homicide, no conviction should be had unless the fact were proved to be done or at least the body found. This rule was commented upon and approved in Rulofl v. People, 1& NT 179, the court saying: •"This...
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