Trial Report, 5–19 January 1843, as Published in Reports [Extradition of JS for Accessory to Assault]

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him to a foreign state for trial. For these reasons, Smith must be discharged.
At the request of , counsel for Smith, it is proper to state, in justice to the present executive of the state of , , that it was admitted on the argument, that the warrant which originally issued upon the said requisition, was issued by his ; that when Smith came to to surrender himself up upon that warrant, it was in the hands of the person to whom it had been issued at in this ; and that the present warrant, which is a copy of the former one, was issued at the request of Smith, to enable him to test its legality by writ of .
Let an order be entered that Smith be discharged from his arrest. [p. 139]
him to a foreign state for trial. For these reasons, Smith must be discharged.
At the request of , counsel for Smith, it is proper to state, in justice to the present executive of the state of , , that it was admitted on the argument, that the warrant which originally issued upon the said requisition, was issued by his ; that when Smith came to to surrender himself up upon that warrant, it was in the hands of the person to whom it had been issued at in this ; and that the present warrant, which is a copy of the former one, was issued at the request of Smith, to enable him to test its legality by writ of .
Let an order be entered that Smith be discharged from his arrest. [p. 139]
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