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Definition of Gaol delivery

Gaol delivery
Gaol Gaol, n. [See Jail.] A place of confinement, especially for minor offenses or provisional imprisonment; a jail. [Preferably, and in the United States usually, written jail.] Commission of general gaol delivery, an authority conferred upon judges and others included in it, for trying and delivering every prisoner in jail when the judges, upon their circuit, arrive at the place for holding court, and for discharging any whom the grand jury fail to indict. [Eng.] Gaol delivery. (Law) See Jail delivery, under Jail.

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- creation of a superior court of judicature, court of ****ize, and general gaol delivery, consisting of one chief justice and four ****ociates, all serving one
- the peace, the commission of oyer and terminer and the commission of gaol delivery. by the ****ize of clarendon 1166, king henry ii established trial by
- serious crimes on the isle of man are tried in the court of general gaol delivery. the second deemster normally sits as the judge. this court is not formally
- criminal cases are heard before a deemster sitting in the court of general gaol delivery; in a defended case[specify] the deemster sits with a jury of seven
- lord paramount, acting under a commission of oyer and terminer, and gaol delivery, as well as under the ordinary commission, and the magistrates for the
- title of superior court of judicature, court of ****ize, and general gaol delivery. when established, the court consisted of a chief justice and four ****ociate
- question are set out in r v sayle, 29 september 2008, court of general gaol delivery, isle of man. bird v jones (1845) 7 qb 742, (1845) 115 er 668, (1845)
- the province of munster', and also had power of oyer and terminer and gaol delivery. it is likely that the hearing of judicial business was delegated
- british isles) was anthony robin denys teare, at the court of general gaol delivery in douglas, in 1992. the case was heard before the second deemster of