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Definition of Mittimus

Mittimus
Mittimus Mit"ti*mus, n. [L., we send, fr. mittere to send.] (Law) (a) A precept or warrant granted by a justice for committing to prison a party charged with crime; a warrant of commitment to prison. --Burrill. (b) A writ for removing records from one court to another. --Brande & C.

Meaning of Mittimus from wikipedia

- police or the warrant application contained this requisite information. A mittimus is a writ issued by a court or magistrate, directing the sheriff or other...
- religion. missit me Dominus the Lord has sent me A phrase used by Jesus. mittimus we send A warrant of commitment to prison, or an instruction for a jailer...
- the debt (plus interest and costs) owed by a judgment debtor. A writ of mittimus orders either (1) a court to send its record to another or (2) a jailor...
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- the courthouse. Keep a jail docket noting the details of each warrant or mittimus of any person placed in the county jail. There are 114 counties and one...
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- warrant for an unspecified misdemeanor charge, and that the judge issued a mittimus for Smith to be held, either during or after the proceedings. Although...
- Complaint upon oath, 25 1/2c. Seven witnesses, 87 1/2c. Recognisances, 25c. Mittimus, 19c. Recognisances of witnesses, 75c. Subpoena, 18c. - $2.68. This account...
- manumit, mess, message, messenger, missile, mission, missionary, missive, mittimus, noncommittal, omissible, omission, omissive, omit, permissible, permission...
- religion. missit me Dominus the Lord has sent me A phrase used by Jesus. mittimus we send A warrant of commitment to prison, or an instruction for a jailer...
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