Habeas corpus -- History. : Law, policy and international justice : essays in honour of Maxwell Cohen / edited by William Kaplan and Donald McRae.
Habeas corpus -- Illinois -- Chicago. : In the Circuit Court of Cook County, the people, ex rel., Edward Tilden vs. E.H. Hatfield, assistant sergeant-at-arms, Illinois State Senate [electronic resource] : no. 305, 348, habeas corpus / decision of Honorable Adelor J. Petit, judge.
Habeas corpus -- Illinois -- Rockford. : The trial and imprisonment of Geo. W. Felts, a deaf old soldier robbed of his rights the truth in the case [electronic resource] / by Matilda Fletcher Wiseman.
Habeas corpus -- India. : A full and complete report of the proceedings and debates in the matter of Ameer Khan and Hashmadad Khan, in the Crown Side of the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal, in the year 1870, A.D. [electronic resource].
Habeas corpus -- India -- Madras. : The case of Lutchmee Ummall [electronic resource] : containing four letters originally published in the Athen浭 : together with a full accounts of the proceedings in the Supreme Court, and copies of the affidavits on both sides.
Habeas corpus -- Indiana. : Argument of Benjamin F. Butler, in behalf of the government, in the case of Lambdin P. Milligan and others, petitioners for a writ of habeas corpus, before the Supreme Court of the United States, at Washington, D.C., December term, 1865 [electronic resource].
Habeas corpus -- New Brunswick -- Saint John. : "The Chesapeake" : the case of David Collins, and others, prisoners arrested under the provisions of the Imperial Act, 6 & 7 Vic., cap. 76 on a charge of piracy, investigated before Humphrey T. Gilbert, Esq., police magistrate of the city of Saint John : and the arguments on the return to the order of habeas corpus before His Honor, Mr. Justice Ritchie, with his decision / compiled from the original documents.
Habeas corpus -- New Jersey. : A legal argument before the Supreme Court of the state of New Jersey, at the May term, 1845, at Trenton [electronic resource] : for the deliverance of 4,000 persons from bondage / by Alvan Stewart.
Habeas corpus -- New York (State) -- Cases. : Opinion of Judge N.K. Hall of the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York on habeas corpus in the case of Rev. Judson D. Benedict : and documents and statement of fact relative thereto, with notes and additional authorities : with an appendix, containing a collection of authorities and many useful suggestions upon the subject of martial law, and the exercise of arbitrary power.
Habeas corpus -- North Carolina. : A report of the proceedings in the habeas corpus cases [electronic resource] : on the petitions of Adolphus G. Moore and others, from the county of Alamance and of John Kerr and others, from the county of Casewell, before the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina at Chambers : and in the cases of the same petitioners before the district judge of the United States, for the district of North Carolina, in the District Court at Salisbury and afterwards at Raleigh and also, in the case of Lieut. Colonel Burgen, before the United States Circuit judge, for the Fourth Circuit, at Chambers, in the District of North Carolina / prepared by William H. Battle.
Habeas corpus -- 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.
Habeas corpus -- South Carolina -- Cases. : Argument before the United States Circuit Court / by Isaac W. Hayne, Esq., on the motion to discharge the crew of the Echo, delivered in Columbia, S.C., December, 1858 ; reported by Douglass A. Levien.
Habeas corpus -- Texas -- Cases. : In the Supreme Court of the United States, Carlos Trevino, petitioner, v. Rick Thaler, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division : on writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit : brief of the University of Texas School of Law Capital Punishment Clinic and University of Houston Law Center Death Penalty Clinic as amici curiae in support of petitioner / Robert C. Owen [and 5 others].
Habeas corpus -- United States -- Forms. : A treatise on the writ of habeas corpus [electronic resource] : including jurisdiction, false imprisonment, writ of error, extradition, mandamus, certiorari, judgments, etc. : with practice and forms / by William S. Church.
Habeas corpus -- Zimbabwe. : Judgment delivered in the General Division of the High Court of Rhodesia, at Salisbury, on Friday, 9th September, 1966, in the matters between (1) Stella Madzimbamuto, applicant, and Desmond William Lardner-Burke, in his capacity as minister of justice and of law and order, first respondent : and Frederick Phillip George, in his capacity as superintendent of Gwelo Prison, second respondent, (2) Leo Solomon Baron, applicant, and Norman Ayre, in his capacity as the officer in charge of Que Que Prison, first respondent, and Hendrik Stephanus Benzuidenhout, in his capacity as director of prisons, second respondent : and Clifford Walter Dupont, third respondent, and Desmond William Lardner-Burke, fourth respondent, alternatively Desmond William Lardner-Burke, in his capacity as minister of justice and of law and order, fifth respondent [electronic resource].