Trials (Homicide) -- England. : A counter-Appeal to the public, [electronic resource] : touching the death of George Clarke; in answer to Mr. Foot.
Trials (Homicide) -- England -- London. : An Account of the proceedings at the Sessions-House in the Old Bayly on February the 28th, 1682, against Christopher Urats, George Boriskie, John Stern, the principle murtherers of Tho. Thin, Esq., who was shot in his coach in the Pall Mall on Feb. 12 [electronic resource] : with what relates to Count Charles John Koningsmark, lately apprehended in disguise at Graves-end, and against whom a Bill of Indictment was found as the first contriver of the bloody tragedy.
Trials (Homicide) -- England -- London -- 17th century -- Sources -- Early works to 1800. : An account of the proceedings at the Sessions, held at Iustice-hall in the Old-bayly, which began on 14th. of October last. [electronic resource] : With the tryals, condemnation, and execution, of William Prickit William Palmer, with the tryals of several other malefactors, for divers kinds of fellonies: as thefts, burglaries, bigamy, murder, receiving of fellons, forgery, &c.
Trials (Homicide) -- Ireland. : The whole tryal and examination of Henry Dillane, a child of eight years of age, who was tryed at the King's-Bench on Friday the 23d of May 1718. for shooting his own brother, a child of seven years old, [sic] [electronic resource].
Trials (Homicide) -- Scotland -- Inverness. : The trial of Patrick Sellar [electronic resource] : factor on the Sutherland estates (from 1810 to 1818) for culpable homicide, real injury, and oppression, before the Circuit Court of Justiciary, at Inverness, on the 23rd of April, 1816, as originally prepared by Mr. Sellar's junior counsel.
Trials (Homicide) -- Victoria -- Melbourne. : The complete history of the Windsor tragedy : embracing the career of Frederick Bailey Deeming, alias Albert Williams, alias Baron Swanston, alias Harry Dawson, &c., &c., &c., together with an account of the Rainhill massacre, and the inquest into same; also, the inquest on the body of Emily Lydia Mather, and the trial and conviction of the murderer at Melbourne.
Trials (Homicide) -- Virginia. : A full report, embracing all the evidence and arguments in the case of the Commonwealth of Virginia vs. Thomas Ritchie, Jr. : tried at the spring term of the Chesterfield Superior Court, 1846 : to which is added, an appendix, shewing the action of the court in relation to the other parties, Messrs. P.J. Archer, W. Greenhow, and William Scott, connected with the said case.
Trials -- Idaho. : In the Supreme Court of the state of Idaho, special term, 1896 [electronic resource] : John Brown, John Ransom, Palestine D. Brown and Kinney P. Plowman, plaintiffs and appellants, vs. Daniel B. Levan, R.E. Emerson and F.F. Teater, defendants and respondents : appeal from the District Court of the Third Judicial District, Boise County, Idaho : respondents' brief.
Trials (Impeachment) -- California -- Sacramento. : Official report of the proceedings, testimony and arguments in the trial of James H. Hardy, district judge of the Sixteenth Judicial District [electronic resource] : before the Senate of the state of California, sitting as a High Court of Impeachment / Sumner & Cutter.
Trials (Impeachment) -- Ecuador. : The history of a lawsuit in the Republic of Ecuador [electronic resource] : dedicated to the Honourable the House of Commons of Great Britain and Ireland / by Augustus Dillon.
Trials (Impeachment) -- England -- 17th century. : Articles of accusation exhibited by the Commons House of Parliament now assembled [electronic resource] : against Sr. John Bramston Knight, Sr. Robert Berkley Knight, justices of His Majesties bench : Sr. Francis Crawley Knight, one of the justices of the common-pleas : Sr. Humphrey Davenport, Knight, Sr. Richard Weston, Knight, and Sr. Thomas Trevor, Knight, barons of His Majesties exchequer.
Trials (Impeachment) -- Georgia. : Conduct of Emory Speer [electronic resource] : hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Sixty-third Congress on conduct of Emory Speer, United States district judge, Southern District of Georgia.