A practical treatise on the criminal law, comprising the practice, pleadings, and evidence, which occur in the course of criminal prosecutions whether by indictment or information: with a copious collection of precedents of indictments, informations, presentments, and every description of practical forms, with comprehensive notes upon each offence, the process, indictment, plea, defence, evidence, trial, verdict, judgment, and punishment. By Joseph Chitty.
|Main Author:||Chitty, Joseph, 1776-1841.|
|Related Names:||Perkins, J. C. 1809-1877., Huntington, Thomas -1833., Peters, Richard 1780-1848.|
Springfield [Mass.] : G. and C. Merriam, 1841.
4th American from the 2d and last London ed., cor. and enl. by the author. With notes and corrections,
> Great Britain.
Criminal law > United States.
Criminal law > Great Britain.
"Addenda" (of statutes): xciv p. at end of v. 3.
Vols. 2-3 paged continuously.
Title varies slightly.
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