This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1888 Excerpt: ...acquaint-eri jnror ed with any relevant fact, it is his duty to inform the or assessor Judge that such is the case, whereupon he may be aflj. sworn, examined, cross-examined and re-examined in the same manner as any other witness. 295. If a trial is adjourned, the jury or assessors jury or asshall attend at the adjourned sitting, and at every aessors to atsubsequent sitting, until the conclusion of the trial. adjourned / 296. The High Court may, from time to tune, Looking up make rules as to keeping the jury together during a Jurytrial before such Court lasting for more than one day; and, subject to such rules, the presiding Judge may order whether and in what manner the jurors shall be Part VI.--Proceedings in Prosecutions. Chapter XXIII.--Of Trials before High Courts and Courts of Session.--Sections 297-298.) be kept together under the charge of an officer of the Court, or whether they shall be allowed to return to their respective homes. F.--Conclusion of Trial in cases tried by Jury. charge to / 297. In cases tried by jury, when the case for the Jury' defence, and the prosecutor's reply (if any), are con cluded, the Court shall proceed to charge the jury, summing up the evidence for the prosecution and defence, and laying down the law by which the jury are to be guided. Judgef / 298-In 9Uch cases ifc is the duty of the Judge--(a) to decide all questions of law arising in the course of the trial, and especially all questions as to the relevancy of facts which it is proposed to prove, and the admissibility of evidence or the propriety of questionsasked by or on behalf of the parties; and," in his discretion, to prevent the production of inadmissible evidence, whether it is or is not objected to by the parties; (b) to decide upon the meaning and const...
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