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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.

Title: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.
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Note:Springfield [Mass.] : G. and C. Merriam, 1841
  
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Subject:Forms (Law)
Subject:Criminal law
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