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On the Administration of Criminal Justice in England; And the Spirit of the ...
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Strona 84 - You shall well and truly try, and true deliverance make, between our Sovereign Lord the King and the prisoner at the bar, whom you shall have in charge, and a true verdict give, according to the evidence. So help you God.
Strona 60 - You will present no person through malice, hatred, or ill-will, nor leave any unpresented through fear, favor, or affection, or for any reward, or the promise or hope thereof; but in all your presentments you will present the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, according to the best of your skill and understanding, so help you God.
Strona 60 - The following oath must be immediately thereupon administered to the other grand jurors present: "The same oath which your foreman has now taken before you on his part, you and each of you shall well and truly observe on your part, so help you God.
Strona 59 - Saving yourself and fellow jurors, you, as foreman of this grand inquest, shall diligently inquire and true presentment make, of all such matters and things as shall be given you in charge or otherwise come to your knowledge, touching the present service.
Strona 60 - England, $c. 35 you shall well and truly keep secret.' You shall present no man for hatred, malice or ill-will, nor leave any unpresented for fear, favor or affection, or for any reward, hope or promise thereof ; but in all your presentments you shall present the truth, the whole truth, ana nothing but the truth, according to the best of your skill and knowledge. So help you God...
Strona 72 - ... if it be a capital offence), if therefore you, or any of you will challenge them, or any of them, you must challenge them as they come to the book to be sworn, before they are sworn, and you shall be heard (A).
Strona 98 - 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 (stating the crime) ; but if upon the 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...
Strona 85 - He stands indicted, &c. (reading all the indictment) ; upon this indictment he has lately been arraigned, and thereunto has pleaded not guilty ; and for his trial has put himself upon God and his country, which country you are. Your charge is to enquire whether he be guilty of this, &c. as he stands indicted, or not guilty.
Strona 89 - ... indispensable result of his miserable situation, the offspring itself of chance and a bad social system. They punish them nevertheless, and often with excessive rigour : but then it is only for the sake of society, and not as the result of their indignation against the crime itself. Not thinking it however for the advantage of the public to punish every crime committed, lest the effect of example should be weakened by the frequency of executions, they reserve the full measure of their severity...