Ordinance, 8 December 1843–A

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that hereafter, if any person or persons shall come with process, demand or requisition founded upon the aforesaid difficulties to arrest said Joseph Smith. He or they so offending shall be subject to be arrested by any Officer of the , with or without process, and tried by the Municipal Court, upon testimony, and if found guilty sentenced to imprisonment in the City Prison for life, which convict or convicts can only be pardoned by the Governor with the consent of the Mayor of said .
Section 2. And be it further Ordained, that the preceeding section shall apply to the case of every and all persons that may be arrested, demanded or required upon any charge founded in the aforesaid difficulties.
Section 3. And be it further ordained, that the Jury that makes the presentment in any case above specified, shall not, nor either of them, act as Jurors on the final trial, but the trial shall be conducted according to the fifth and sixth articles of the amendment to the Constitution of the .
Passed December 8. 1843.
Joseph Smith Mayor
, Recorder
<​exd.​> [p. 192]
that hereafter, if any person or persons shall come with process, demand or requisition founded upon the aforesaid difficulties to arrest said Joseph Smith. He or they so offending shall be subject to be arrested by any Officer of the , with or without process, and tried by the Municipal Court, upon testimony, and if found guilty sentenced to imprisonment in the City Prison for life, which convict or convicts can only be pardoned by the Governor with the consent of the Mayor of said .
Section 2. And be it further Ordained, that the preceeding section shall apply to the case of every and all persons that may be arrested, demanded or required upon any charge founded in the aforesaid difficulties.
Section 3. And be it further ordained, that the Jury that makes the presentment in any case above specified, shall not, nor either of them, act as Jurors on the final trial, but the trial shall be conducted according to the fifth and sixth articles of the amendment to the Constitution of the .
Passed December 8. 1843.
Joseph Smith Mayor
, Recorder
exd. [p. 192]
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