3 edition of William Rider, Esq; appellant. The respondent"s case. Priscilla Baylie, widow, respondent found in the catalog.
William Rider, Esq; appellant. The respondent"s case. Priscilla Baylie, widow, respondent
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 1197, no. 15.|
|Contributions||Rider, William, Esq.|
|The Physical Object|
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PEOPLE v. WILLIAMS - Cal. App. 3d The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom Parliament Square London SW1P 3BD T: / F: 26 October PRESS SUMMARY Cadder (Appellant) v Her Majesty’s Advocate (Respondent) (Scotland)  UKSC the respondent States within the meaning of article 1 of the Convention.
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Affirmed. William S. Bingham, for the appellant (respondent. William Rider was charged by information with the crime of sexual battery n1 upon Marion Rider, his wife. The two-count information alleged that Mr. Rider, in committing the sexual battery, used both actual physical force likely to cause serious personal injury, in violation of section (3), Florida Statutes (), n2 and physical force and.
(People v. Williams (Apr. 29,A) [nonpub. opn.] (Williams I), at p. 9.) 1 At the resentencing on June 3,the court did not orally pronounce sentence, aside from setting the aggregate term of imprisonment and asking the clerk to clarify Williams's custody credits.COURT OF APPEALS OF VIRGINIA Present: Judges Kelsey, Petty and Senior Judge Clements Argued at Alexandria, Virginia MARC JOSEPH STOUT v.
Record No. MEMORANDUM OPINION * BY JUDGE JEAN HARRISON CLEMENTS OCTO COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY Lon E. Farris, Judge Barry A.
Zweig (Zweig & Associates, PC, on briefs), for appellant.