Minutes, 6–8 May 1844 [F. M. Higbee v. JS–A on Habeas Corpus]

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Privilege of Habeus corpus belongs to all magist[r]ate — Constitution— U.S . . . only they [illegible] of [2 words illegible]
Convitin [conviction?] ough[t] to Cout for 2 reasns
Illegality of writ— "
Malice to perscute. pay cost suit. His char[ac]ter being so fully shown as infam[o]us satisfi[e]s as a motive. & ought not to be contenced [countenanced]
Court decided that Petitioner .— fist fir[s]t on the illegality of the writ. 2dly— s characters having been so fully shown— before the as infamous. the the court are convincd the suit was instituetd through Malice, & ought not to be countenancd & that said pay the cost [p. 6]
Privilege of Habeus corpus belongs to all magistrate — Constitution— U.S . . . only they of
Convitin conviction ought to Cout for 2 reasns
Illegality of writ— "
Malice to perscute. pay cost suit. His character being so fully shown as infamous satisfies as a motive. & ought not to be contenced [countenanced]
Court decided that Petitioner .— first on the illegality of the writ. 2dly— s characters having been so fully shown— before the as infamous. the the court are convincd the suit was instituetd through Malice, & ought not to be countenancd & that said pay the cost [p. 6]
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