The law of arrests in both civil and criminal cases: shewing for what causes, by what authority, by whom, and how arrests are to be made; what Persons and Places are privileged, and who protected from Arrests; how to raise a Hue and Cry; the Consequences of Opposing, Resisting, Preventing, and Flying from Arrests; the Treatment under Arrest and in Gaol; the Fees on Arrests, Commitments, &c. the Nature of Bail, Escapes, Rescues, Breach of Prison, and of being legally discharged out of Prison, &c. Necessary for Sheriffs, Under-Sheriffs, Sheriffs Bailiffs, Coroners, Justices of Peace, Mayors and Bailiffs of Cities and Towns, Constables, &c. as well as Debtors, Creditors, Prisoners, and all private Persons. In two parts. By an attorney at law.
- Attorney at Law.
- MDCCXLII.