Draughts Of Such Bills As Have Been Prepared By The Revisors Of The Laws; Appointed By The Act Entitled "an Act Concerning A New Edition Of The Laws ... Of February In The Year One Thousand Eight
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right of the cause, any former law, custom, or usage, 6 to the contrary, notwithstanding. 36. N0 information for a trespass or misdemeanor shall be filed in any Court, but by express order of 2 the Court, entered on record, nor unless the party supposed to be culpable, shall have failed to appear 3 and shew good cause to the contrary, having been required to do so by a summons, appointing a con4 venient time for that purpose, served upon him, or left at his usual place of abode; and the name and 5 sumame of the prosecutor, and the town or county in which he shall reside, with his title or profession, 6 shall be written at the foot of the information before it be filed, and of every bill of indictment for any 7 trespass or misdemeanor, before it be presented to the grand jury, except as herein-after excepted. 37. IF the Grand Jury to whom such a bill of indictment last mentioned is preferred, shall not find the Ibid. ё 25. bill, or if the defendant shall appear to shew cause against the tiling of such information, or to answer such information or indictment, and the prosecutor shall not proceed further, or if the defendant shall be found not guilty by the petit jury, or a judgment shall be given for him, he shall recover his costs against the prosecutor, ewcept as hereafter excepted, with an attorney's fee, if one be employed, and the allowances to witnesses, to be taxed in the bill of costs, and may have execution for them as the manner is in civil cases. S8. PROVIDED however, that when a presentment shall be made of any offence by...