WILLIAM JAMES.
7th January 1889
Reference Numbert18890107-178
VerdictGuilty > pleaded guilty
SentenceImprisonment > hard labour

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178. WILLIAM JAMES (33) was indicted for the manslaughter of William Hall.

MR. MEAD and MR. CHARLES MATHEWS Prosecuted; MR. KEITH FRITH

Defended. After the evidence had commenced the Prisoner desired to withdraw his plea of Not Guilty, and to plead Guilty, upon which the Jury returned that verdict.— Twelve Months' Hard Labour. He had been previously convicted of assaulting the police.


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