Trials (Contempt of legislative bodies) -- Great Britain. : The Proceedings of His Majesties justices of peace, at the sessions of Oyer and Terminer : held at Hick's-Hall, September the 6th, 1684, for the tryal of the constables, &c. of the hamlets of Spittle-fields, and Bethnal-Green.
Trials (Contempt of legislative bodies) -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : The case of William Bingley, bookseller : Who was Two Years imprisoned by the Court of King's-Bench, without Trial, Conviction, or Sentence. Containing a genuine narrative of the proceedings of the Court against him; together with copies of the several rules which were made on the occasion. Compiled by a barrister of the Middle-Temple. To which is added an appendix.
Trials (Contempt of legislative bodies) -- Louisiana. : A short account of the trial of Gen. Andrew Jackson, before the Hon. Dominick A. Hall, judge of the District Court of the United States for the Louisiana District, in a suit entitled "The United States vs. A. Jackson, commanding him to shew cause why an attachment should not issue against him for divers alleged contempts of the said court," accompanied by Gen. Jackson's defence and sundry other documents relative to the case [electronic resource].
Trials (Contempt of legislative bodies) -- Massachusetts. : Report of the case of alleged contempt and breach of the privileges of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts [electronic resource] : tried before said House, on complaint of William B. Calhoun, speaker, against David L. Child, a member : with notes by the latter.
Trials (Contempt of legislative bodies) -- Saint Kitts and Nevis -- Basseterre -- Early works to 1800. : The argument or speech : of John Gardiner, Esquire, barrister at law, who stood committed by the pretended assembly of this island, for a pretended contempt. Delivered in the Court of King's Bench and Common Pleas, on Tuesday the 10th Day of April last, upon the matter of his own habeas corpus, and wherein our Sovereign Lord the King was Party-Agent, Plaintiff, or Prosecutor, and Henry Berkeley, Esq. Deputy Provost Marshal, was defendant.
Trials (Crimes against humanity) -- Congo (Brazzaville) : Prosecutor / Produced by White Pine Pictures in co-production with the National Film Board of Canada in association with TVOntario ; written, directed, narrated by Barry Stevens ; produced by Julia Bennett, Peter Raymont, Lea Marin.
Trials (Crimes against humanity) -- Great Britain. : The judgment of the Right Hon. Lord Stowell, respecting the slavery of the mongrel woman, Grace [electronic resource] : on an appeal from the Vice-Admiralty Court of Antigua, Michaelmas term, 1827 / by John Haggard.
Trials (Crimes against humanity) -- Maine. : Louie Oye Mow, Wu Ark, Leun Yut Bow, Leun Nug Yem, Ng Sam Toy, appellants vs. United States of America, appellees : citizenship cases, and Wong King, appellant vs. United States of America, appellees : case of Chinese laborer under section 6 of act of May 5, 1892 : brief for appellees / Isaac W. Dyer.
Trials (Crimes against humanity) -- Yugoslavia. : On the frontier of international criminal procedure : a critique of the rules of procedure and evidence of the international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia / by Gideon Boas.
Trials (Crimes of passion) -- England -- Early works to 1800. : The case of Mr. Richard Noble impartially consider'd : Abstractly from the Man, or Crime, but Meerly as to the Law, in relation to the Motion by him made, on Monday the Sixteenth Day of March, 1712, at Kingston Assizes, in Arrest of Judgment: And the Reason given for Over-Ruling the same Contined. By a Student of the Inner-Temple. .
Trials -- Croatia. : World plea bargaining : consensual procedures and the avoidance of the full criminal trial / edited by Stephen C. Thaman.
Trials -- Cuba. : In the matter of the Republic of Cuba vs. the State of North Carolina : for recovery upon certain fraudulent bonds issued during the reconstruction period : record of the proceedings in the Supreme Court of the United States, and other documents / prepared and published by James S. Manning, attorney-general of North Carolina, under authority of a joint resolution of the General Assembly of North Carolina of 1917.
Trials (Custody of children) : Gregory K. v. Ralph K. : children divorcing their parents / producer and written by Robert Wiener ; in association with CourtTV.