Judicial districts -- See also the narrower term Courts
Judicial districts -- Massachusetts. : Commonwealth of Massachusetts. [electronic resource] : In the year of our Lord, one thousand, seven hundred and ninety-seven. An act dividing this commonwealth into districts, and providing for a more speedy, prompt and satisfactory administration of justice.
Judicial error -- England -- Cases. : The Dalston perjury case : a detailed examination of the circumstances under which ex-P.C. Rolls, 234 J, was tried and convicted of perjury, and sentenced to five years' penal servitude : also the grounds upon which it is alleged that he was innocent of the crime / by John Kempster.
Judicial error -- England -- Cases -- Early works to 1800. : The innocent in prison complayning: or, A true relation of the proceedings of the committee at Ipswich, the committee at Bury St. Edmunds, in the county of Suffolke, against one Andrew Wyke : a witnesse of Jesus, in the same county; who was committed to prison, June 3, 1646 and there to abide without bayle or mainprise, untill the next sessions or assizes to be holden in the aforesayd country ... To which is annexed a relation of the imprisonment of John Dutten who was violently surprised in his bed in the towne of Strade-brooke, by the constables of the sayd towne, without any warrant from any justice of peace or any other in authority ...