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Definition of Mainprised

Mainprised
Mainprise Main"prise, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mainprised; p. pr. & vb. n. Mainprising.] (Law) To suffer to go at large, on his finding sureties, or mainpernors, for his appearance at a day; -- said of a prisoner.

Meaning of Mainprised from wikipedia

- Mainprise is a concept in English law regarding the release of a prisoner from custody upon sureties pending trial. It is nearly identical to the concept...
- California Proposition 25 in November 2020. Bail bondsman Bounty hunters Mainprise Seabury Commission 2019 New York bail reform "Bail Decisions and Under-Trial...
- freely to go at all times to all places whither he will without bail or mainprise or otherwise. This p****age was approved by Atkin and Duke LJJ in Meering...
- convicted shall be committed to prison, there to remain without bail mainprise until they shall confirm and yield themselves to same church.” When Richard...
- Mainprize may refer to: Mainprise Mainprize Regional Park This disambiguation page lists articles ****ociated with the title Mainprize. If an internal...
- William Wallace swore fealty to Edward I. In 1308, he was released on mainprise on 24 May 1308 and shortly afterwards returned to Scotland where he served...
- committing to prison anyone they suspected of high treason, without bail, mainprise or trial, until the date the Act expired or unless six privy counsellors...
- arose. larceny Anglo-Norman lar(e)cin "theft" theft of personal property. mainprise, mainprize undertaking for the appearance of an accused at trial, given...
- further held that violators of the act could be held without bail or mainprise, either to be deported or as punishment, a provision that caused critics...
- abetting Gyse and Cooke. Maud and de Cletham were released on a bond of mainprise on the charges of aiding and abetting those other prin****ls who had failed...