Criminal Code (indictable Offences): A Bill, as Amended in Committee, to Establish a Code of Indictable Offences, and the Procedure Relating Thereto

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1879 - 229 páginas
 

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Other unlawful oaths
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TITLE III
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Corruption of ministerial officers 113 Official corruption
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Disobedience to a statute 115 Disobedience to lawful orders of court
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Neglect to aid peace officer in suppressing riot
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Perjury when punishable with penal servitude for life 121 Perjury in other cases
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False oaths 123 False statements 124 Rule of evidence 125 Fabricating evidence
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Conspiracies to bring false accusations 127 Conspiring to pervert or defeat justice 128 Attempting to pervert justice
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Corruptly influencing juries and witnesses SHHH4的的的的 PART XI
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Breaking prison 47 133 Escape from prison when confined on criminal charge 134 Escape from other lawful custody on criminal charge
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Assisting escape in certain cases
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Disorderly houses
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Duty of head of family to provide necessaries
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Concealing dead body
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Indecent assaults
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1879 PART XLIII
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TRIAL
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Punishment of persons deemed to be pirates
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Forgery of marriage licenses
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Forgery of testamentary documents
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Forgery of documents of title to land
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Forgery of mercantile documents
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Forgery of certificates testimonials c
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Using forged documents
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Using probate c obtained by forgery or false oaths
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Instruments for forging bank paper c
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Possession c of paper prepared for forged notes
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348 Defacing registers of births c
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Uttering false certificates as to birth c
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Making false entries in books relating to public funds
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Forging trade marks
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Conspiring to commit other offence
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Attempting or inciting to commit other offence under this Act
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