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Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University

1768

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Judgment Book Of Superior Court, Vol. E, May 1764 - Feb. 1767, At 375–77, New Hampshire State Archives - Sandborn V. Reid Oct 1768

Judgment Book Of Superior Court, Vol. E, May 1764 - Feb. 1767, At 375–77, New Hampshire State Archives - Sandborn V. Reid

Documents from Dimension II: Habeas Corpus as a Legal Remedy (article)

Llawsuit by James Sandborn and his wife Esther against Deputy Sheriff Rand alleging he allowed a defendant in jail for a judgment to escape.


Judgment Book Of Superior Court, Vol. F, 1767-1770, At 203-04, New Hampshire State Archives, At 203–04 - King V. Blay Aug 1768

Judgment Book Of Superior Court, Vol. F, 1767-1770, At 203-04, New Hampshire State Archives, At 203–04 - King V. Blay

Documents from Dimension II: Habeas Corpus as a Legal Remedy (article)

Claggett later served as King’s Attorney in a notorious prosecution that resulted in the 1768 hanging of Ruth Blay, who had delivered a stillborn child out of wedlock and concealed its body