Charles Chambers.
15th April 1724
Reference Numbert17240415-24
VerdictNot Guilty

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Mr . Charles Chambers , was indicted for Perjury : The Council for the Prosecutor having opened and stated the Evidence to the Court, and it appearing that the Evidence, stated and what was given in Evidence by the Prosecutor, was not sufficient to maintain the Indictment, (which was in it self also insufficient) and the Court conceiving the same to be a groundless and malicious Indictment, the Defendant was acquitted , and the Defendant's Council pray'd a Copy of the Indictment, which was opposed by the Prosecutor's Council, but it was granted by the Court; and there appearing some Differences to have arisen between the Prosecutor (who was the Defendant's Son in Law) and the Defendant; the Court proposed that all Matters and Differences between them might be ended by a Reference.


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