When defending criminal offenses in Maryland, the stakes are high. An offense can result in very harsh penalties.  You can be charged with an offense and investigated by the FBI, DEA, ICE, IRS, or any number of other agencies including the Park Police if you are charged with a crime on government property. Federal crime is an activity that has been criminalized by the US Congress. Our attorneys know how serious the penalties can be for a person accused of a penal violation such as lengthy jail sentences and fines called for by the guidelines.
If you have been accused with a misconduct such as:

You need to call us immediately so that a lawyer from our office can advise you as to the best course of action to take. You can contact our attorneys either via email or by phone. Because of the serious nature of the allegations and the anxiety caused by being accused, we make sure you can contact us quickly either by phone or email.

◾Traffic Offenses – DUI in Maryland, Reckless Driving, Driving on Suspended License
◾Child Pornography, Internet Law Violations, Computer Violations, Human Trafficking,
◾Drug allegations – Possession with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy, Trafficking
◾Gang
◾Gun Indictment
◾White Collar Crimes – Wire and Mail Fraud, Forfeiture, Immigration Investigation, Transfer Fraud Insurance.  Our attorneys understand that conviction can result in deportation.

CAMPBELL RIVER REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Campbell River: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 500 - 13th Avenue, Campbell River, BC V9W 6P1

CHILLIWACK REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Chilliwack: Tanya Dixon

PHONE: 604.795.8349
After hours cell phone: 604.644.7013
Fax: 604.795.8345
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 46085 Yale Road, Chilliwack, BC V2P 2L8

COURTENAY REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Courtenay: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 420 Cumberland Road, Courtenay, BC V9N 2C4

The remarkable aspect of a trial of an action under the legis actio procedure (and also later under the formulary system) was characterized by the division of the proceedings into two stages, the first of which took place before a magistrate, under whose supervision all the preliminaries were arranged, the second, in which the issue was actually decided, was held before a judge. The magistrate in question taking part in the preliminary stage was typically the consul or military tribune, almost exclusively the praetor upon the creation of this office. The judge was neither a magistrate nor a private lawyer, but an individual agreed upon by both parties. [1]

Summons under the legis actiones system were in the form of in ius vocatio , conducted by voice. The plaintiff would request, with reasons, that the defendant come to court. If he failed to appear, the plaintiff could call reasons and have him dragged to court. If the defendant could not be brought to court, he would be regarded as indefensus , and the plaintiff could, with the authorization of the praetor, seize his property. The defendant may elect a representative to appear in his place, or seek a vadimonium - a promise to appear on a certain day with a threat of pecuniary penalty if he failed to appear.

Once the judge had been appointed, the full trial could begin. This was fairly informal compared to the preliminary hearing, and was supposed under the Twelve Tables to take place in public (the Forum Romanum was frequently used). While the witnesses could not be subpoenaed , the dishonorable status of intestabilis would be conferred on a witness who refused to appear. There were few rules of evidence (and both oral and written evidence were permitted, although the former was preferred) aside from the plaintiff having the burden of proof . The trial consisted of alternating speeches by the two advocates , after which the judge gave his decision.

When defending criminal offenses in Maryland, the stakes are high. An offense can result in very harsh penalties.  You can be charged with an offense and investigated by the FBI, DEA, ICE, IRS, or any number of other agencies including the Park Police if you are charged with a crime on government property. Federal crime is an activity that has been criminalized by the US Congress. Our attorneys know how serious the penalties can be for a person accused of a penal violation such as lengthy jail sentences and fines called for by the guidelines.
If you have been accused with a misconduct such as:

You need to call us immediately so that a lawyer from our office can advise you as to the best course of action to take. You can contact our attorneys either via email or by phone. Because of the serious nature of the allegations and the anxiety caused by being accused, we make sure you can contact us quickly either by phone or email.

◾Traffic Offenses – DUI in Maryland, Reckless Driving, Driving on Suspended License
◾Child Pornography, Internet Law Violations, Computer Violations, Human Trafficking,
◾Drug allegations – Possession with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy, Trafficking
◾Gang
◾Gun Indictment
◾White Collar Crimes – Wire and Mail Fraud, Forfeiture, Immigration Investigation, Transfer Fraud Insurance.  Our attorneys understand that conviction can result in deportation.

CAMPBELL RIVER REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Campbell River: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 500 - 13th Avenue, Campbell River, BC V9W 6P1

CHILLIWACK REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Chilliwack: Tanya Dixon

PHONE: 604.795.8349
After hours cell phone: 604.644.7013
Fax: 604.795.8345
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 46085 Yale Road, Chilliwack, BC V2P 2L8

COURTENAY REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Courtenay: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 420 Cumberland Road, Courtenay, BC V9N 2C4

The remarkable aspect of a trial of an action under the legis actio procedure (and also later under the formulary system) was characterized by the division of the proceedings into two stages, the first of which took place before a magistrate, under whose supervision all the preliminaries were arranged, the second, in which the issue was actually decided, was held before a judge. The magistrate in question taking part in the preliminary stage was typically the consul or military tribune, almost exclusively the praetor upon the creation of this office. The judge was neither a magistrate nor a private lawyer, but an individual agreed upon by both parties. [1]

Summons under the legis actiones system were in the form of in ius vocatio , conducted by voice. The plaintiff would request, with reasons, that the defendant come to court. If he failed to appear, the plaintiff could call reasons and have him dragged to court. If the defendant could not be brought to court, he would be regarded as indefensus , and the plaintiff could, with the authorization of the praetor, seize his property. The defendant may elect a representative to appear in his place, or seek a vadimonium - a promise to appear on a certain day with a threat of pecuniary penalty if he failed to appear.

Once the judge had been appointed, the full trial could begin. This was fairly informal compared to the preliminary hearing, and was supposed under the Twelve Tables to take place in public (the Forum Romanum was frequently used). While the witnesses could not be subpoenaed , the dishonorable status of intestabilis would be conferred on a witness who refused to appear. There were few rules of evidence (and both oral and written evidence were permitted, although the former was preferred) aside from the plaintiff having the burden of proof . The trial consisted of alternating speeches by the two advocates , after which the judge gave his decision.

The undersigned members of the Chief Justice’s Advisory Committee on Criminal Trials are pleased to present our report for your consideration.
Mr. Justice David Watt
Co-Chair

John Pearson
Regional Director of Crown Attorneys
Central South Region Mr. Justice Bruce Durno
Co-Chair

Croft Michaelson
Senior General Counsel Department of Justice
Ralph Steinberg
Past President
Criminal Lawyers’ Association

The National Archives holds many records of criminal trials, though they can be hard to find. As there is no central name index it is often necessary to know when and where a trial took place.

Trial records are seldom very detailed, and do not include transcripts of criminal proceedings. The most informative trial records include depositions, indictments and case files.

Bear in mind that the parish mentioned in indictments is not necessarily the defendant’s place of residence, but often where the crime took place. Defendants often gave aliases, so trial records may be under a different name.

When defending criminal offenses in Maryland, the stakes are high. An offense can result in very harsh penalties.  You can be charged with an offense and investigated by the FBI, DEA, ICE, IRS, or any number of other agencies including the Park Police if you are charged with a crime on government property. Federal crime is an activity that has been criminalized by the US Congress. Our attorneys know how serious the penalties can be for a person accused of a penal violation such as lengthy jail sentences and fines called for by the guidelines.
If you have been accused with a misconduct such as:

You need to call us immediately so that a lawyer from our office can advise you as to the best course of action to take. You can contact our attorneys either via email or by phone. Because of the serious nature of the allegations and the anxiety caused by being accused, we make sure you can contact us quickly either by phone or email.

◾Traffic Offenses – DUI in Maryland, Reckless Driving, Driving on Suspended License
◾Child Pornography, Internet Law Violations, Computer Violations, Human Trafficking,
◾Drug allegations – Possession with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy, Trafficking
◾Gang
◾Gun Indictment
◾White Collar Crimes – Wire and Mail Fraud, Forfeiture, Immigration Investigation, Transfer Fraud Insurance.  Our attorneys understand that conviction can result in deportation.

CAMPBELL RIVER REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Campbell River: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 500 - 13th Avenue, Campbell River, BC V9W 6P1

CHILLIWACK REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Chilliwack: Tanya Dixon

PHONE: 604.795.8349
After hours cell phone: 604.644.7013
Fax: 604.795.8345
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 46085 Yale Road, Chilliwack, BC V2P 2L8

COURTENAY REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Courtenay: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 420 Cumberland Road, Courtenay, BC V9N 2C4

The remarkable aspect of a trial of an action under the legis actio procedure (and also later under the formulary system) was characterized by the division of the proceedings into two stages, the first of which took place before a magistrate, under whose supervision all the preliminaries were arranged, the second, in which the issue was actually decided, was held before a judge. The magistrate in question taking part in the preliminary stage was typically the consul or military tribune, almost exclusively the praetor upon the creation of this office. The judge was neither a magistrate nor a private lawyer, but an individual agreed upon by both parties. [1]

Summons under the legis actiones system were in the form of in ius vocatio , conducted by voice. The plaintiff would request, with reasons, that the defendant come to court. If he failed to appear, the plaintiff could call reasons and have him dragged to court. If the defendant could not be brought to court, he would be regarded as indefensus , and the plaintiff could, with the authorization of the praetor, seize his property. The defendant may elect a representative to appear in his place, or seek a vadimonium - a promise to appear on a certain day with a threat of pecuniary penalty if he failed to appear.

Once the judge had been appointed, the full trial could begin. This was fairly informal compared to the preliminary hearing, and was supposed under the Twelve Tables to take place in public (the Forum Romanum was frequently used). While the witnesses could not be subpoenaed , the dishonorable status of intestabilis would be conferred on a witness who refused to appear. There were few rules of evidence (and both oral and written evidence were permitted, although the former was preferred) aside from the plaintiff having the burden of proof . The trial consisted of alternating speeches by the two advocates , after which the judge gave his decision.

The undersigned members of the Chief Justice’s Advisory Committee on Criminal Trials are pleased to present our report for your consideration.
Mr. Justice David Watt
Co-Chair

John Pearson
Regional Director of Crown Attorneys
Central South Region Mr. Justice Bruce Durno
Co-Chair

Croft Michaelson
Senior General Counsel Department of Justice
Ralph Steinberg
Past President
Criminal Lawyers’ Association

When defending criminal offenses in Maryland, the stakes are high. An offense can result in very harsh penalties.  You can be charged with an offense and investigated by the FBI, DEA, ICE, IRS, or any number of other agencies including the Park Police if you are charged with a crime on government property. Federal crime is an activity that has been criminalized by the US Congress. Our attorneys know how serious the penalties can be for a person accused of a penal violation such as lengthy jail sentences and fines called for by the guidelines.
If you have been accused with a misconduct such as:

You need to call us immediately so that a lawyer from our office can advise you as to the best course of action to take. You can contact our attorneys either via email or by phone. Because of the serious nature of the allegations and the anxiety caused by being accused, we make sure you can contact us quickly either by phone or email.

◾Traffic Offenses – DUI in Maryland, Reckless Driving, Driving on Suspended License
◾Child Pornography, Internet Law Violations, Computer Violations, Human Trafficking,
◾Drug allegations – Possession with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy, Trafficking
◾Gang
◾Gun Indictment
◾White Collar Crimes – Wire and Mail Fraud, Forfeiture, Immigration Investigation, Transfer Fraud Insurance.  Our attorneys understand that conviction can result in deportation.

CAMPBELL RIVER REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Campbell River: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 500 - 13th Avenue, Campbell River, BC V9W 6P1

CHILLIWACK REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Chilliwack: Tanya Dixon

PHONE: 604.795.8349
After hours cell phone: 604.644.7013
Fax: 604.795.8345
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 46085 Yale Road, Chilliwack, BC V2P 2L8

COURTENAY REGISTRY SCHEDULING CONTACT INFORMATION
Manager, Supreme Court Scheduling, Courtenay: Michelle Schley

PHONE: 250.741.5860 (or toll-free 1.877.741.3820)
After hours cell phone: 250.618.1855
Fax: 250.741.5872
Email: [email protected]
Mailing address: 420 Cumberland Road, Courtenay, BC V9N 2C4

When defending criminal offenses in Maryland, the stakes are high. An offense can result in very harsh penalties.  You can be charged with an offense and investigated by the FBI, DEA, ICE, IRS, or any number of other agencies including the Park Police if you are charged with a crime on government property. Federal crime is an activity that has been criminalized by the US Congress. Our attorneys know how serious the penalties can be for a person accused of a penal violation such as lengthy jail sentences and fines called for by the guidelines.
If you have been accused with a misconduct such as:

You need to call us immediately so that a lawyer from our office can advise you as to the best course of action to take. You can contact our attorneys either via email or by phone. Because of the serious nature of the allegations and the anxiety caused by being accused, we make sure you can contact us quickly either by phone or email.

◾Traffic Offenses – DUI in Maryland, Reckless Driving, Driving on Suspended License
◾Child Pornography, Internet Law Violations, Computer Violations, Human Trafficking,
◾Drug allegations – Possession with Intent to Distribute, Conspiracy, Trafficking
◾Gang
◾Gun Indictment
◾White Collar Crimes – Wire and Mail Fraud, Forfeiture, Immigration Investigation, Transfer Fraud Insurance.  Our attorneys understand that conviction can result in deportation.

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