Michigan Reports: Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of Michigan, Volume 10
Michigan. Supreme Court, Randolph Manning, George C. Gibbs, Thomas McIntyre Cooley, Elijah W. Meddaugh, Hoyt Post, William Jennison, Henry Allen Chaney, Hovey K. Clarke, John Adams Brooks, William Dudley Fuller, Marquis B. Eaton, Herschel Bouton Lazell, James M. Reasoner, Richard W. Cooper
Phelphs & Stevens, printers, 1862 - Law reports, digests, etc
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Page 219 - But if the act of killing, though intentional, be committed under the influence of passion or in heat of blood, produced by an adequate or reasonable provocation, and before a reasonable time has elapsed for the blood to cool and reason to resume its habitual control, and is the result of the temporary excitement by which the control of reason was disturbed, rather than of any wickedness of heart or cruelty or recklessness of disposition...
Page 220 - The principle involved in the question, and which I think clearly deducible from the majority of well considered cases, would seem to suggest, as the true general rule, that reason should, at the time of the act, be disturbed or obscured by passion to an extent which might render ordinary men, of fair average disposition, liable to act rashly or without due deliberation or reflection, and from passion, rather than judgment.
Page 401 - The Legislature may at any time alter, amend or repeal this act, or may annul or repeal any -incorporation formed or created under this act ; but such amendment or repeal shall not, nor shall the dissolution of any such company, take away or impair any remedy given against any such corporation, its stockholders or officers, for any liability which shall have been previously incurred.
Page 524 - No estate or interest in lands, other than leases for a term not exceeding one year, nor any trust or power over or concerning lands, or in any manner relating thereto, shall hereafter be created, granted, assigned, surrendered, or declared, unless by act or operation of law, or by deed, or conveyance in writing...
Page 504 - Every mortgage filed in pursuance of this act shall cease to be valid as against the creditors of the person making the same, or against subsequent purchasers or mortgagees in good faith, after the expiration of one year from the filing thereof; unless, within thirty days next preceding the expiration of the said term of one year, a true copy of such mortgage, together with a statement...
Page 494 - ... the purchaser or plaintiff, at whose suit the sale was made, may apply to the court from which the process issued, and set forth the case, assigning the reason why the title was not...
Page 221 - ... influence, the character of manslaughter? On principle, the answer, as a general rule, must be, anything the natural tendency of which would be to produce such a state of mind in ordinary men, and which the jury are satisfied did produce it in the case before them — not such a provocation as must, by the laws of the human mind, produce such an effect with the certainty that physical effects follow from physical causes ; for then the individual could hardly be held morally accountable.
Page 59 - AD eighteen , at the county of (here set forth the act or omission charged as an offense), contrary to the form, force, and effect of the statute in such case made and provided, and against the peace and dignity of the people of the state of California.
Page 111 - The charge must contain such a description of the crime, that the defendant may know what crime it is which he is called upon to answer ; that the jury may appear to be warranted in their conclusion of ' guilty' or ' not
Page 218 - ... judgment they deserve; and that the court have no right to withdraw the question from the jury by assuming to draw the proper inferences from the whole, or any part of the facts proved, as presumption of law. If courts could do this, juries might be required to find the fact of malice where they were satisfied, from the whole evidence, it did not exist.