Cleveland Foundation Survey of Criminal Justice in Cleveland, Volumes 4-7

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Page 50 - ... but to remain, while on parole, in the legal custody and under the control of the board, and subject at any time to be taken back within the enclosure of said institution...
Page 67 - An Act to consolidate into one act and to declare the special and local laws affecting public interests in the City of New York," is hereby amended so as to read as follows: 4.
Page 30 - Our traditional criminal law thinks of the offender as a free moral agent who, having before him the choice whether to do right or wrong, intentionally chose to do wrong.
Page 63 - The medical examiner may, if he deem it necessary, employ a chemist to aid in the examination of the body, or of substances supposed to have caused or contributed to the death; and such chemist shall be entitled to such compensation for his services as the medical examiner certifies to be just and reasonable, the same being audited and allowed in the manner hereinafter provided.
Page 63 - If upon such view, personal inquiry, or autopsy, he shall be of opinion that the death was caused by violence, he shall at once notify the district attorney and a justice of the district, police, or municipal court for the district or city in which the body lies, or a trial justice, and shall file...
Page 3 - ... of disease, the prevention, abatement and suppression of nuisances, and the sanitary inspection and supervision of the production, transportation, storage and sale of foods and foodstuffs. He shall cause a complete and accurate system of vital statistics to be kept. In time of epidemic he may enforce such quarantine and isolation regulations as are appropriate to the emergency.
Page 50 - ... from time to time to study particular subjects. But their work is not coordinated, there is no continuity in what they do nor in what successive legislatures do, and the whole process is wasteful, expensive, and ineffective. A ministry of justice in the foregoing sense was proposed by Jeremy Bentham during the English legislative reform movement of the last century. It was approved by the Conference of Bar Association Delegates at the meeting of the American Bar Association in 1917. It was recommended...
Page 63 - ... and shall then and there carefully reduce or cause to be reduced to writing every fact and circumstance tending to show the condition of the body and the cause and manner of death...
Page 63 - ... reduce or cause to be reduced to writing every fact and circumstance tending to show the condition of the body, and the cause and manner of death, together with the names and addresses of said witnesses, which record he shall subscribe.

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