Accident or misfortnne . tion that death from a cerebral hemorrhage Mo. 1963 .
Instruction that if jury found after eight days in the hospital in a semi from
evidence beyond reasonable doubt that conscious and irrational condition was
the re ...
If the killing happened in matter how small the neglect might be , it pursuance of a
lawful act , if the pistol was would be murder ; nor is it ... it would be the
expression “ that could not be said to be murder , without sufficiently showing to
the a killing by mistake or accident " is an ... from the evidence , had tary killing -
happened in the commission of a reasonable doubt as to whether the defendan
unlawful act ...
It was, without doubt, the most important road in the waterfront district. The spring
weather was clear and thirteen-year-old John Wine and his slightly older friend
Peregrine decided a quick game of football might be in order. The biggest open ...
Author: Craig Spence
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
Between the mid-seventeenth and mid-eighteenth century more than 15,000 Londoners suffered sudden violent deaths. While this figure includes around 3,000 who were murdered or committed suicide, the vast majority of fatalities resulted from unexplained violent deaths or accidents. In the early modern period, accidental and -disorderly- deaths - from drowning, falls, stabbing, shooting, fires, explosions, suffocation, and animals and vehicles, among others - were a regular feature of urban life. This book is a critical study of the early modern accident. Drawing on the weekly London Bills of Mortality, parish burial registers, newspapers and other related documents, it examines accidents and other forms of violent death in the city with a view to understanding who among its residents encountered such events, how the bureaucracy recorded and elaborated their circumstances and why they did so, and what practical responses might follow. Additionally, the book explores the way in which these events were transformed to become a recurring cultural trope in oral, textual and visual narratives of metropolitan life and how sudden deaths were understood by early modern mentalities. By the mid-eighteenth century, providential explanations were giving way to a more -mechanically- rational view that saw accident events as threats to be managed rather than misfortunes to be explained.
'You believe it to have been an accident, then?' 'Without doubt.' I spoke with a
confidence I was far from feeling. Indeed, I had been growing hourly more
convinced that the cook had been done away with like Humphrey Culpepper and
Author: Kate Sedley
Publisher: Severn House Publishers Ltd
A Roger the Chapman Mystery - Roger the Chapman is far from pleased when the King’s Spymaster General commands him to accompany the manipulative Eloise Gray on a journey to Paris, pretending to be her husband. Roger guesses that the French king is making overtures to the Duke of Burgundy on behalf of the Dauphin – which could wreck the relationship with England’s staunch ally and most important customer for her wool exports . . .
Of these 15,091 were the results of accident or neglect ; 412 were cases of
manslaughter or murder ; 1,341 persons committed suicide , and 21 ... For without doubt a little precaution would have prevented ninetenths of the deaths
Author: J. S. Dean (chairman, Pedestrians' Association.)Publish On: 1947
... former and not the latter that produce not relatively but absolutely the more accidents , Again , taking into account all the streets and lanes of our towns and
villages , there are without doubt no more - indeed there are perhaps fewer —
Author: J. S. Dean (chairman, Pedestrians' Association.)
murders had happened ; but from some strange accident , which time would
elucidate . ... They would not hear of accidents or mistakes , but declared that the
recent massacre was , without doubt , the most enormous crime that had been ...
In this case , without doubt , death was due to stands what he has to do , but
conscientiously carries it out . asphyxia . ... for the precautions be taken it is more
dangerous than ether . majority of the accidents which occur with chloroform .
Certainly this aforethought means the same as killing a leaves accident , but it
says but if the human being with the deliberate design ... the offense is constitute
the offense of murder , unless murder , the Jury entertain a reasonable doubt
unless the jury entertained a ... One While arguing regarding another feature
cannot read the instruction without formof the instruction , one of the prosecuting
ing the ...
CONCE and it heri pare male suicide - homicide rates with female auto death
rates . ... and accident death rates , there is no reason to doubt that aggressive ,
hazardous driving is likely to be characteristic of persons similar to ... This was
based on a study of six subjects who had received the National Safety Council's
Safe Driving Award for twenty or more years of driving without a preventable accident .
The death of the rival is either a measure of security or an accident. The
destruction of the female is without doubt an accident. Such aggressive behavior
and careless killing has not been observed in other species, and it is possible
Gil said, “Sounds to me like nothing more than a car accident.” “That's the ... The
Eagle County coroner would mark down cause of death due to external injuries
and loss of blood. But it so ... Paul knew, without doubt, that Gil had killed before.
Author: Cassie Miles
A KILLER IN COLORADO FBI Special Agent Julia Last had made a career out of being discreet, running a secret FBI safe house for injured offi cers and protected witnesses. So when Deputy Paul Hemmings turned up, convinced one of her guests had committed murder, Julia wanted the rugged-yet-gentle cop gone. But when she became the killer's next target and Paul offered to protect her, she couldn't turn him down. Especially when protection meant they'd be staying in the safe house together. But with a killer living among them, could they solve the crime before their newfound passion made them easy targets?
Examination at the scene of crime is often difficult ; it may be pitch - dark , with
only torches as a means of lighting . ... to more suitable surroundings , and
certainly at the autopsy examination , the type of gun is rarely in doubt for long . ...
bullet without X - ray and many forensic pathologists can remember SHOOTING
In murder prosecution , refusal to instruct that prosecution must prove beyond
reasonable doubt that death of deceased could not have been caused by accident was not error , since prosecution is required merely to prove allegations
No lady likes to be inquired for by the police, she told me, accident or no accident
. The landlord says she's highly respectable and to be ... “You accept these two
statements without doubt, sir?” “No. I never accept any statement until I can prove
Author: E.C.R. Lorac
Publisher: Courier Dover Publications
On a damp evening in wartime London, a body falls from a bridge in Regent's Park — setting the stage for this atmospheric mystery's formidable investigator and a colorful cast of suspects.
It insures men of all trades , occupations , and professions , against death or
disabling injury by accident , at rates ... At Accident Policies written without delay
by ... This is , without doubt , the most perfect work of the kind before the public .
In the past it has not been possible to determine the cause of 10 - 15 % of aircraft accidents . How many resulted from acts of sabotage will never be known , but without doubt this aspect will constitute an incentive to murder for profit . VI – THE
charge of murder relying on defence of accident - Trial judge not specifically
instructing jury – Crown required to negate defence — Trial judge directing jury if
Crown proved each ingredient of charge beyond reasonable doubt and ...
murder , where evidence without dispute disIn prosecution for assault with intent
to Pruett v . ... uncertainty that wound was result of an accident and is to jury could
not say beyond reasonable doubt whether it done in self - defense - Ford ...