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" the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite the belief, in a reasonable mind, acting on the facts within the knowledge of the prosecutor, that the person charged was guilty of the crime for which he was prosecuted. "
A Law Dictionary of Words, Terms, Abbreviations and Phrases which are ... - Σελίδα 391
των James Arthur Ballentine - 1916 - 632 σελίδες
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The Southwestern Reporter, Τόμος 6

1888
...malice. " "Probable cause" was defined as the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite belief in a reasonable mind, acting on the facts within the knowledge of the prosecutor, that the person accused was guilty. Held, that both definitions were correct. 3. SAME— ADVICE OF COUNSBL. At the...

The South Western Reporter, Τόμος 259

1924
...cause supported by oath or affirmation reduced to writing, "probable cause" means the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite the belief in a reasonable mind acting on the facts known that the person charged is guilty; "supported" means verified or substantiated; "verify" means...

The Southern Reporter, Τόμος 19

1896
...who, knowing himself to be Innocent, seeks to be vindicated. "Probable cause" means the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite the belief in a reasonable mind that the plaintiff was guilty of the offense for which he was prosecuted. Rumors are not, but the representation...

A Dictionary of American and English Law: With Definitions of the Technical ...

Stewart Rapalje, Robert Linn Lawrence - 1888
...This term as used in connection with actions for malicious prosecution, means the existence oX euch facts and circumstances as would excite the belief in a reasonable mind, acting on facts within the knowledge of the prosecutor, that the person charged was guilty of the crime for which...

Federal Decisions: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme ..., Τόμος 28

1888
...define the term probable cause. He substantially told the jury that probable cause was the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite the belief,...was guilty of the crime for which he was prosecuted. Having thus defined the meaning of the term probable cause, he then proceeded to say that the want...

Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Court of Appeals of Texas, Τόμος 27

Texas. Court of Appeals - 1889
...probable cause. "By probable cause is meant the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite belief in a reasonable mind, acting on the facts within...prosecutor, that the person charged was guilty of the offense for which he was prosecuted." (Ramsey v. Arrott, 04 Texas, 322; Glasgow v. Owen, 6 SW Rep.,...

The American and English Encyclopedia of Law, Τόμος 14

John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland - 1890
...the proceeding complained of. What then is " probable cause " ? Probable cause is the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite the belief...person charged was guilty of the crime for which he was prosecuted.3 counsel is not malicious. Wright v. Hanna, 98 Ind. 217. Malice does not necessarily mean...

The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Τόμος 11

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1890
...probable cause. " By probable cause is meant the existence of such facts and circumstances as would excite belief in a reasonable mind, acting on the facts within...prosecutor, that the person charged was guilty of the offense for which he was prosecuted": Ramsey v. Arrott, supra; Glasgow v. Owen, supra; Gabel v. Weisensee,...

A Treatise on the Wrongs Called Slander and Libel: And on the Remedy by ...

John Townshend - 1890 - 848 σελίδες
...defendant before making the charge.6 " Probable cause " is the existence of such facts as would excite belief in a reasonable mind, acting on the facts within the knowledge of the prosecutor, that the person accused is guilty.' If after the prosecution is commenced the prosecutor learns facts 1 Ulmer v. Leland,...

The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value ..., Τόμος 11

Abraham Clark Freeman - 1890
...such facts and circumstances as »ould excite belief in a reasonable mind, acting on the facts *ilhin the knowledge of the prosecutor, that the person charged was guilty of the offense for which he was prosecuted": Ramsey v. Arrott, supra; Glasgow v. Owen, supra; Gubel v. Weisensee,...




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