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Setting aside the indictment, chapter II, $$ 995-999.

Demurrer, chapter III, $$ 1002-1012.

Plea, chapter IV, $$ 1016-1025.

Transmission of certain indictments, chapter V,

$ $ 1028-1030.

Removal of the action before trial, chapter VI, $$ 1033-

1038.

Mode of trial, chapter VII, $$ 1041-1043.

Formation of the trial jury, and the calendar of issues

for trial, chapter VIII, 88 1046-1049.

Postponement of the trial, chapter IX, § 1052.

Proceedings after the Commencement of the Trial and be-

fore Judgment, Title VII, $$ 1055-1188.

Challenging the jury, chapter I, $$ 1055-1089.

The trial, chapter II, 88 1093-1131.

Conduct of the jury after cause is submitted to them,

chapter III, § 1135-1143.

The verdict, chapter IV, $$ 1147-1167.

Bills of exception, chapter V, $$ 1170-1176.

New trials, chapter VI, 88 1179-1182.

Arrest of judgment, chapter VII, $$ 1185-1188.

Judgment and Execution, Title VIII, $$ 1191-1230.

The judgment, chapter 1, $$ 1191-1207.

The execution, chapter II, $$ 1213-1230.

Appeals to the Supreme Court, Title IX, $$ 1235-1265.

Appeals, when allowed, and how taken, and the effect

thereof, chapter I, $$ 1235-1246.

Dismissing an appeal for irregularity, chapter II,

88 1248, 1249.

Argument of the appeal, chapter III, 88 1252-1255.

Judgment upon appeal, chapter IV, $$ 1258-1265.

Miscellaneous Proceedings, Title X, $8 1268-1423.

Bail, chapter I, 88 1268-1317.

Who may be witnesses in criminal actions, chapter II,

88 1321-1323.

Compelling the attendance of witnesses, chapter III,

88 1326-1333.

CONSTITUTIONAL

PROVISIONS.

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Art. I, § 1. All men are by nature free and independent, and have certain inalienable rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending life and liberty; acquiring, possessing, and protecting property; and pursuing and obtaining safety and happiness. Art. I, § 4.

No person shall be rendered incompetent to be a witness or juror on account of his opinions on matters of religious belief.

Art. I, § 5. The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when, in cases of rebellion or invasion, the public safety may require its suspension.

See Const. U. S., art. I, sec. 9, subd. 2.

Art. I, § 6. All persons shall be bailable by sufficient sureties, unless for capital offenses when the proof is evident or the presumption great. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed; nor shall cruel or unusual punishments be inflicted. Witnesses shall not be unreasonably detained, nor confined in any room where criminals are actually imprisoned.

Art. I, § 7. The right of trial by jury shall be secured to all, and remain inviolate.

A trial by jury may be waived in all criminal cases not amounting to felony, by consent of both parties, expressed in open court.

Art. I, § 8. Offenses heretofore required to be prosecuted by indictment, shall be prosecuted by information, after examination and commitment by a magistrate, or by indictment, with or without such examination and commitment, as may be prescribed by law. A grand jury shall

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