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6. Information against an Aider or Abettor, with or without

the Principal. (Not in Jervis's Act.)
[Proceed with offence against the principal as in No. 1 or 3 to the con-
clusion, and then add :] And that F. G., of &c. was then and there pre-
sent (“wilfully,” or as the statute may be), aiding and abetting the said
A. B. to do and commit the said offence, contrary to the form of the sta-
tute in such case made and provided.

Vide s. 5 (id.)

7. Information against a Counsellor or Procurer. (Not in

Jervis's Act.)
[Proceed with offence against the principal as in No. 1 or 3 to the con-
clusion, and then add :) And that F. G., of &c. before the said offence
was committed as aforesaid, to wit, on the

aforesaid, at
the parish of - [aforesaid}, did (" wilfully," or as the statute may be),
counsel and procure the said A. B. to do and commit the said offence,
contrary, &c.

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Vide s. 1 ; Arch. p. 95; Sauod. p. 85; Oke's Syn. Pp 20.-23.

Sect. 2. THE PROCESS TO ISSUE TO DEFENDANTS.
8. Summons to the Defendant upon an Information or

Complaint (A).
To A. B. of [labourer].
Whereas information hath this day been laid [or" complaint hath this
day been made"] before the undersigned, (one) of her Majesty's justices
of the peace in and for the said [county) of for that you [here
state shortly the matter of the information or complaint]: These are there-
fore to command you, in her Majesty's name, to be and appear on

o'clock in the forenoon, at —, before such justices of the peace
for the said county as may then be there, to answer to the said informa-
tion (or “complaint"], and to be further dealt with according to law.
Given under my hand and seal this day of

in the year of our Lord.—, at in the [county] aforesaid.

J. S. (L.S.)

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9. Deposition of the Constable or other Person of the Service

of the Summons. (Not in Jervis's Act.)

The deposition of J. N., constable of the parish of C., in to wit. the said [county), taken upon oath before me the undersigned, one of her Majesty's justices of the peace for the said [county) of C., at N., in the same [county), this

1850, who saith, that he served A. B. mentioned in the annexed (within) summons, with a duplicate thereof, on the

day of

- last personally (or “ by leaving the
same with N. O. at the said A. B.'s usual place of abode at N., in the
county of S.”]

J. N.
Before me,

J.S.

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Vide s. 2; Arch. p. 101 ; Saund. p. 89; Oke's Syn. PP. 20, 21.

10. Warrant where the Summons is disobeyed (B).
To the constable of and to all other peace officers in the said

(county] of
Whereas on last past information was laid (or “complaint was
made") before the undersigned, (one) of her Majesty's justices of the

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peace in and for the said county of for that A. B. [8c. as in the
summons) : And whereas I then issued my summons unto the said A. B.,
commanding him in her Majesty's name to be and appear

- o'clock in the forenoon at — before such justices of the peace
for the said county as might then be there, to answer to the said informa-
tion (or "complaint"], and to be further dealt with according to law:
And whereas the said A. B. bath neglected to be or appear at the time
and place so appointed in and by the said summons, although it hath
now been proved to me upon oath that the said summons hath been duly
served upon the said A. B.: These are therefore to command you, in her
Majesty's name, forth with to apprehend the said A. B., and to bring him
before some one or more of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for
the said county, to anwer to the said information (or " complaint"], and
to be further dealt with according to law. Given under my hand and
seal, this day of in the year of our Lord at in
the county) aforesaid.

J. S. (L.S.)

Vide s. 2 (id.)

11. Warrant in the first instance (C).
To the constable of and to all other peace officers in the said

[county] of
Whereas information hath this day been laid before the undersigned,
(one) of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said [county)
of —, for that A. B. [here state shortly the matter of the information),
and oath being now made before me substantiating the matter of such
information : These are therefore to command you, in her Majesty's
name, forthwith to apprehend the said A. B., and to bring him before
some one or more of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the
said county, to answer to the said information, and to be further dealt
with according to law. Given under my hand and seal this

day of
-, in the year of our Lord at in the county) aforesaid.

J. S. (L.s.)

11a. Indorsement in backing a Warrant(K).

Vide s. 11 of

11 & 12 Vict. c.
Whereas proof upon oath hath this day been made before me, 42, and s. 3 of
to wit. one of her Majesty's justices of the peace for the said [county) 11 & 12 Vict.
of that the name of J. S. to the within warrant subscribed is of the c. 43.
handwriting of the justice of the peace within mentioned ; I do therefore
hereby authorize W. T. who bringeth to me this warrant, and all other
persons to whom this warrant was originally directed, or by whom it may
lawfully be executed, and also all constables and other peace officers of the
said [county] of -

-, to execute the same within the said last-mentioned
[county]* and to bring the said A. B., if apprehended within the said
(county), before me, or before some other justice or justices of the
the same county, to be dealt with according to law.
Given under my hand, this

day of
. 184.

J.L.
The words following this asterisk are to be used only where the jus-

tice backing the warrant shall think fit, and may be omitted in
backing English warrants in Ireland, Scotland, 8c., or in backing
Irish or Scotch warrants, &c., in England.

peace of

Vide sect. 3; Arch. p. 105; Saund. p. 91; Oke's Syn. Pp. 24–27.

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SECT. 3. REMANDING DEFENDANT, AND TAKING BAIL.
12. Warrant of Committal for safe Custody during an

Adjournment of the Hearing (D).
To W. T., constable of and to the keeper of the [house of

correction] at
Whereas on last past information was laid (or "complaint was
made"] before the undersigned (one) of her Majesty's justices of the peace in
and for the said (county) of for that [&c., as in the summons]: And
whereas the hearing of the same is adjourned to the
instant, at - o'clock in the forenoon at and it is necessary that
the said A. B. should in the meantime be kept in safe custody: These are
therefore to command you the said constable, in her Majesty's name,
forthwith to convey the said A. B. to the [house of correction) at
and there deliver him into the custody of the keeper thereof, together with
this precept; and I hereby command you the said keeper to receive the
said A. B. into your custody in the said ( house of correction,) and there safely
keep him until the

instant, when you are hereby required to convey and have him the said A. B., at the time and place to wbich the said hearing is so adjourned as aforesaid, before such justices of the peace for the said [county) as may then be there, to answer further to the said information for complaint"], and to be further dealt with according to law. Given under my hand and seal, this

in the year of in the county) aforesaid.

J. S. (L. s.)

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Vide s. 3 (id.) 13. Recognizance for the Appearance of the Defendant where

the Case is adjourned, or not at once proceeded with (E). Be it remembered, that on A. B. of

[labourer), and L. M. of [grocer], personally came before the undersigned, (one) of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said (county] of and severally acknowledged themselves to owe to our sovereign lady the Queen the several sums following; (that is to say,) the said A. B. the sum of

and the said L. M. the sum of -, of good and lawful money of Great Britain, to be made and levied of their several goods and chattels, lands and tenements respectively, to the use of our said lady the Queen, her heirs and successors, if he the said A. B. shall fail in the condition indorsed. Taken and acknowledged, the day and year? first above mentioned, at

before me, S

J. S. The condition of the within-written recognizance is such, that if the said A. B. shall personally appear on the

day of

instant, at o'clock in the forenoon at -, before such justices of the peace for the said [county) as may then be there, to answer further to the information (or “complaint"] of C. D. exhibited against the said A. B., and to be further dealt with according to law, then the said recognizance to be void, or else to stand in full force and virtue.

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CHAP. 1.] Sect. 3. Remanding Defendant, and taking Bail.

29 14. Notice of such Recognizance to be given to the Defendant Vide s. 3 (id.)

and his Surety. Take notice, that you A. B. are bound in the sum of —, L. M. in the sum of that you A. B. appear personally on —

o'clock in the forenoon at -, before such justices of the peace for the said county as shall then be there, to answer further to a certain information (or " complaint") of C. D., the further hearing of which was adjourned to the said time and place, aud unless you appear accordingly the recognizance entered into by you A. B., and by L. M. as your surety, will forth with be levied on you and him. Dated this day of 184.

J. S.

15. Certificate of Non-appearance, to be indorsed on the

Defendant's Recognizance (F). I hereby certify that the said A. B. hath not appeared at the time and place in the said condition mentioned, but therein hath inade default, by reason whereof the within-written recognizance is forfeited

J.S.

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16. Warrant to remand a Defendant when apprehended (H). Vide s. 13 ; To W. T. constable of

Arch. p. 129; and to the keeper of the [house of cor- Saund. p. 104; rection] at

Oke's Syn. p. Whereas information was laid (or “complaint was made"] before the 25. undersigned, (one) of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said (county] of for that [8c., as in the summons or warrant): And whereas the said A. B. hath been apprehended under and by virtue of a warrant upon such information (or “complaint") and is now brought before me as such justice as aforesaid : These are therefore to command you the said constable, in her Majesty's name, forth with to convey the said A. B. to the [house of correction) at

and there to deliver him to the said keeper thereof, together with this precept; and I do hereby command you the said keeper to receive the said A. B. into your custody in the said [house of correction), and there safely keep him until next, the day of

instant, when you are hereby commanded to convey and have him at

o'clock in the forenoon of the same day, before such justices of the peace of the said (county) as may then be there, to answer to the said information (or "complaint") and to be further dealt with according to law. Given under my hand and seal, this

in the year of our Lord at in the [county) aforesaid.

J. S. (L. s.)

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17. Notice to the Complainant or Informant of Defendant's Vide s. 13 (id.) Apprehension, and of Day of Hearing. (Not in Jervis's Act.) Court of Petty Sessions for the division of N., the

1850, at N. We beg to give you notice, that A. B., against whom a warrant was issued on your information (or " complaint”), has been apprehended and brought this day at the place above named, and ordered by a justice to

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be brought up at the same place on next, at twelve o'clock at noon,
on the hearing of the said information (or “complaint"], when and
where you are required to attend.

Your's, &c.
To Mr. C. D. of -

I. G. and B., clerks to the justices.

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Sect. 4.-OF COMPELLING WITNESSES' ATTENDANCE, &c.
18. Deposition that a Person is a material Witness. (Not in

Jervis's Acts.)
County of The deposition of J. N., of the parish of C., in the said
C.

county (farmer], taken on oath before me the undersigned, to wit.

one of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said county of C., at N., in the same county, this day of —, 1850, who saith that E. F., of the parish of C. aforesaid [grocer), is likely to give material evidence on the behalf of the (prosecutor, or complainant,” or “ defendant,” in this behalf,] touching the matter of the annexed (or " within"] information (or "complaint"); And that this deponent verily believes that the said E. F. will not appear voluntarily for the purpose of being examined as a witness (or if a warrant be granted in the first instance, “ without being compelled so to do"). Before me, J. S.

J. N.

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19. Summons of a Witness (G. 1). To E. F. of in the said [county] of Whereas information was laid (or "complaint was made”] before the undersigned [one) of her Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said [county] of for that [8c. as in the summons]: and it hath been made to appear to me upon Coath] that you are likely to give material evidence on behalf of the (prosecutor, or “complainant,” or “defendant"] in this behalf: These are therefore to require you to be and appear on

o'clock in the forenoon, at —, before such jutices of the peace for the said (county) as may then be there, to testify what you shall know concerning the matter of the said information [or I aint"].*

If a document is required also, insert here, although no statute

gives justices authority to compel the production thereof: And you are further required to bring with you the following documents, viz. [here describe them shortly], which likewise appear to me to be material evidence in this behalf. Given under my hand and seal, this

in the

year our Lord in the [county) aforesaid.

J.S. (L. s.)

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20. Deposition of Constable, or other Person, of Service of

the last Summons. (Not in Jervis's Act.) [Proceed as in Form No. 9, ante, p. 26, adding at the conclusion : “and at the same time tendered (or “paid'] to the said E. F. the sum of

for his costs and expenses in that bebalf."]

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