Decision, 5 January 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards [Extradition of JS for Accessory to Assault]

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  • Historical Introduction
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ben contended court cannot go behind the warr[a]nt unnecessary to Go behi[n]d into that poi[n]t
 
& if ever the impotace [importance] of a scrutiny into th[e] acts of the executive
 
Constituti[o]n. flee m[a]y
be by Indictm[en]t or affidavit
a crime in th[e] state [o]f .—
court will turn
swears [p. 88]
ben contended court cannot go behind the warrant unnecessary to Go into that point
 
& if ever the impotace [importance] of a scrutiny into the acts of the executive
 
Constitution. flee may
be by Indictment or affidavit
a crime in the state [o]f .—
court will turn
swears [p. 88]
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