In what circumstances will the clerk of the peace for the Westminster sessions attend with the original record of an acquittal?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from Attorney General for Ontario v. Scully, 1902 CanLII 26 (ON CA):

In Morrison v. Kelly, 1 Wm. Bl. 384, “At the sittings in Middlesex after Term, this action came on to be tried, being for a malicious prosecution in indicting the plaintiff for keeping a disorderly house. To prove the fact, the clerk of the peace for the Westminster sessions attended with the original record of the acquittal.

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