mittimus to county jail
39 F. 641 (D.Minn. 1889), In re Barber
... of his liberty by the sheriff of Ramsey county under a warrant of commitment issued by a justice ... to pay or replevy such fine, and that a mittimus was issued to commit him to a jail of Lake ...
164 F.2d 694 (10th Cir. 1947), 3562, Willis v. Hunter
...The Commissioner issued a mittimus committing him to the Montrose County Jail. ...
- C.R.S § 18-1.3-501 - [Effective Until 3/1/2020] Misdemeanors classified - drug misdemeanors and drug petty offenses classified - penalties - definitions
347 F.2d 390 (8th Cir. 1965), 17635, Farrant v. Bennett
... murder based on an indictment in the Polk County District Court of Iowa. On February 6, 1933, he ... 4, 1962, he was sentenced to a 90-day jail term in Springfield, Illinois, for making ... facts, and the recitation in the mittimus would seem to belie such accusation, we conclude ...
87 F.2d 358 (1st Cir. 1937), 3165, Hatfield v. Guay
...mittimus and report to the Secretary of State found ... committing Hatfield to the custody of the jailer and the keeper of said jail at Manchester, to ... before a justice of the peace for the county of Carleton, and city of Ottawa, one charging ...
88 F. 343 (W.D.Va. 1898), Cox v. Gilmer
... to the custody of the keeper of the jail of the said city of Charlottesville; the mittimus ... arrest, and confine him, or them, in the county, or city, jail, as the case may be, not exceeding ...
- C.R.S § 18-1.3-301 - Authority to place offenders in community corrections programs
86 F. 79 (3rd Cir. 1898), 2, United States v. Dill
...Saunders v. U.S., 73 F. 782, 792. A mittimus for the commitment of a prisoner is a warrant, ... . not upon the jailer. In U.S. v. Kerns, supra, the court allowed ... in 1887 to serve at Richmond, Franklin county, 190 miles, at 6 cents, making a total of $11.40. ...
78 F. 614 (E.D.Pa. 1897), Dill v. United States
...782, 792. A mittimus for the commitment of a prisoner is a warrant for ... writ was served upon the prisoner, not the jailer. In U.S. v. Kerns, supra, the ... that the prisoners ordered up from the county prison should be guarded. This item represents ...
343 F.2d 537 (7th Cir. 1965), 14766, United States ex rel. Baldridge v. Pate
... on the morning of April 22, 1941 in the county jail and advised him to plead guilty; and also ... court, according to a copy of its mittimus...
4 F.2d 344 (8th Cir. 1925), 6595, Daugherty v. United States
... Fortson v. Elbert County, 117 Ga. 149, 43 S.E. 492, wherein it appeared ..., he is either voluntarily released by the jailer or discharged on habeas corpus at the expiration ...The mittimus recites the sentence. It alone advises the keeper ...
- C.R.S § 30-1-104 - Fees of sheriff
4-221-814 (2002). MARTIN HENDRICKSON.
... jail until January 20, 1998, when he was sentenced to ...Weld County School District. RE-12 v. Bymer, 955 P.2d 550 ... with mittimus or other court document establishing confinement ...
- T.C.A. § 8-21-409 - Fees for court clerks in certain counties with a charter form of government
97 F.2d 519 (5th Cir. 1938), 8631, Hurt v. Zerbst
... attacks upon the judgment, sentence and mittimus under which he was being held. ... was first brought, the Deputy Marshal and Jailer in whose custody he was held, and the two ... with his father and mother and wife in a county whose jail was not approved for federal ...
133 F. 747 (D.Colo. 1904), In re Dowd
... facts that the prisoner is confined in jail at Denver for the violation of a writ of ... was a general election in the city and county of Denver on November 8, 1904, for the election ... now confined in the common jail under a mittimus issued by the Supreme Court of the state of ...
... support magistrate may issue a capias mittimus directed to a proper officer to. arrest the ..., such court or judge may commit him to jail until he signifies his. willingness to comply ...1993) (citing. Soldal v. Cnok County. Illinois, 506 U.S. 56, 67n.il, 113 S.Ct. ...
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- Mass. Gen. Laws ch. 90, § 24 - Driving while under influence of intoxicating liquor, etc.; second and subsequent offenses; punishment; treatment programs; reckless and unauthorized driving; failure to stop after collision
- § 16.