Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Maryland -- Baltimore. : Record of proceedings of the investigation before His Excellency Thomas Swann, governor of Maryland [electronic resource] : in the case of Samuel Hindes and Nicholas L. Wood, commissioners of the Board of police of the city of Baltimore, upon charges preferred against them for official misconduct.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Massachusetts -- Manchester. : Truth espoused [electronic resource] : relative to the difficulties that existed in the town of Manchester, Massachusetts, between James Thurston, minister of the Gospel and a respectable number of the inhabitants of Manchester ᮤ which occasioned a majority of the male members of the church and a respectable proportion of the parishioners to secede from the society in said town, April 5th, 1819 : subjoined is a general view of the council doings, in relation to the dismissal of James Thurston from that society, June 17th, 1819 : also, sketches of the law-suit, James Thurston, plaintiff, Tyler Parsons, defendent [i.e. defendant] : annexed is James Thurston's memorial to the council, presented by Leverett Salstonstall, Esq. at the installation of the Rev. Samuel M. Emerson, at Manchester, September 12th, 1822 / by Tyler Parsons.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Massachusetts -- Suffolk County. : Articles of impeachment by the House of Representatives of the said Commonwealth, in their own name, and in the name of the people of Massachusetts, against Samuel Blagge, Esq., a justice of the peace and a notary public, in and for the county of Suffolk, in the Commonwealth aforesaid [electronic resource] : together with the respondent's answer.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Massachusetts -- Worcester County. : Proceedings of the Senate and House of Representatives upon the petition of George R.M. Withington and others [electronic resource] : praying that James G. Carter be removed from his office of Justice of the Peace for the county of Worcester with the opening remarks of Hon. Rufus Choate upon the constitutional tenure of the office of Justice of Peace and the public character and services of Mr. Carter : the answer of Mr. Carter to the allegations of the petitioners : the closing argument of Hon. Pliny Merrick : upon the allegations of the petitioners and the evidence adduced by them in support thereof with the : report of the Joint Special Committee of the Senate and House of Representatives, giving the petitioners leave to withdraw their petition.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Mississippi. : Argument for the state in the mandamus cases of Robert Leachman vs. Henry Musgrove, auditor and Henry Musgrove, auditor, vs. Robert Leachman, in the Supreme Court of the State of Mississippi on writ of error and cross writ of error to the Circuit Court of the First District of Hinds County [electronic resource] / by J.S. Morris.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Missouri. : In the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis, February term, 1878, proceedings to remove from practice Frank J. Bowman, a member of the St. Louis Bar [electronic resource] : before Judge Wilbur F. Boyle and a special jury : the complaint, instructions, verdict, and other proceedings, together with the argument of Chester H. Krum, of counsel for relators.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- New Jersey -- Hudson County. : Before His Excellency, Charles Edison, governor of the state of New Jersey, in the matter of the investigation of the Hudson County Board of Taxation and into the conduct of Patrick A. Monahan, George Scheetz, John Rotherham, Alexander Sullivan, and Harry E. Bischoff, the members thereof [electronic resource] : brief of City Affairs Committee.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- New York (State) -- Erie County. : Before the governor : in the matter of the charges against August Beck, Sheriff of Erie County : argument of Sherman S. Rogers before Henry W. Bentley, Esquire, commissioner appointed by the governor to take proof of the facts and report his findings thereon, together with the evidence, to the governor.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia. : Frederick Wolbert's trial before seven respectable arbitrators, who awarded six hundred dollars damages against him for violating his duty as a magistrate and trampling on the rights of the citizen [electronic resource] / taken in short hand by T. Lloyd, and transcribed by him from his notes.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of Archibald Stewart, Esq., late Lord Provost of Edinburgh [electronic resource] : before the High Court of Justiciary in Scotland, for neglect of duty and misbehaviour in the execution of his office as Lord Provost of Edinburgh, before and at the time the rebels got possession of that city in the month of September 1745 / extracted under the hand of the Clerk of Justiciary, from the books of adjournal of that court, and containing the whole procedure had therein, from Mr. Stewart㠦irst appearance before that court the 24th March 1747, till his final acquittance therefrom, the 2d November thereafter.
Trials (Misconduct in office) -- Washington (State) : Journal of the Senate of the state of Washington sitting as a court of impeachment for the trial of John H. Schively, state insurance commissioner : extraordinary session, 1909, held at Olympia, the state capital.
Trials -- Missouri. : Instructions to juries in criminal cases [electronic resource] / annotated [by] Robert W. Otto and William L. Vandeventer.
Trials -- Morocco. : Morocco : trial in Rabat arising out of the disturbances on 20 and 21 June 1981 : report of an observer mission / by André Tremblay.
Trials (Murder) -- Alabama. : The strange case of Erwin Pope [electronic resource] : an address delivered before the Alabama Bar Association, April 30, 1921 / by Emmet O'Neal ; with his reply to comments of Mr. Niel P. Sterne.
Trials (Murder) -- Alabama -- Mobile. : A statement of the trial of Charles R.S. Boyington, who was indicted and executed for the murder of Nathaniel Frost [electronic resource] / written by himself : to which is added a number of fugitive pieces in verse, also written and composed by him.