Chapter 33-Criminal Procedure_page 460

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Title 1855 Acts, Resolutions and Memorials, Passed at the Several Annual Sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, 1855
Subject Law; Legislation--Utah
Description (1855) The Fourth Legislature, 1854, passed an act compile and revise the laws currently in force. Included were those of the current session. No 1854 session law was published. Laws not included in the compilation were deemed repealed, obsolete or not necessary to reprint. Included were marginal notes, index and table of contents
Publisher Published by Virtue of an Act Approved January 19, 1855, Great Salt Lake City, Utah
Date 1855
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Holding Institution S.J. Quinney College of Law, The University of Utah, South 1400 East, Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0730.
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Title Chapter 33-Criminal Procedure_page 460
Description 460 be present at the trial, his deposition may be taken in the presence of the parties, or without that presence if it be waived. Sec. 23. If a juror by any cause be incapacitated capacitated?'11" for attendance through the trial, it may proceed, and the verdict shall be valid. Sec. 24. The ' property of a person accused of an P t ,-.„. offence, shall be held depending the execution of the ouseti. judgment. Sec. 25. Immediately after judgment, appeals may be taken by either parties on written objections to ille-Appeais. gal or unjust proceedings on the part of the court or jury, and the objections must be certified up by the court, upon which a superior court may confirm, reverse, or modify the judgment, or order a new trial. Sec. 26. Prosecution for offence must be commenced r-rosecutiona as soon after the offence has been committed, or the menced'.'"1" offender is known, as the circumstances will warrant. Sec. 27. The officer entrusted shall execute the order or judgment of the court, and is hereby author - judgmentto be ized and emoowered to break anv and every description executed with c r , â-  . x ,n , » , ,â- â- "• , i â- > r diligence. or fastenings that may obstruct his search for such persons or property, as he presumes to be concealed, and shall make return thereof with diligence. Punishment for ^sc- ^8. The court shall have power to punish for contempt. contempt and disobedience to orders, by a reasonable preventive amount of fine; and all fines shall be paid into the county treasury. Sec. 29. In case no other person is injured thereby, suit m;iy be a suit may be stopped at any stage of the proceedings, stopped. by agreement of the parties and payment of costs. Approved Jan. 21, 1353.
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Source Original Book: Acts, Resolutions and Memorials, Passed at the Several Annual Sessions of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah, 1855
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Date Created 2005-11-22
Date Modified 2005-11-22
ID 718722
Reference URL