- n. Plural form of recognizance.
“Mr. Pearson paid the fine at once, and entered into the recognizances. —”
“His Honor concluded a long and severe lecture to the defendant by inflicting a fine of £50, ordering him to enter into his own recognizances of £10 to keep the peace for twelve months towards Mr. Desailly, and to be imprisoned until the fine be paid.”
“He was then released on false recognizances and skipped out on his fake identification.”
“They were all released on their own recognizances while investigations continued into allegations that a car belonging to a”
“Ridpath failed to appear, as ordered, in April, his recognizances were escheated, and a reward offered for his discovery; but he had fled to Scotland, and from thence to Holland.”
“They were released on their own recognizances pending further investigation.”
“They were released on their own recognizances pending further investigations.”
“The nine accused, who are out on their own recognizances, were ordered by the magistrate HP Oosthuizen to appear in court again on”
“In addition, offenders, who were often petty alehouse-keepers operating shovel-boards or ninepins on their premises, might be required to enter into recognizances of as much as £4 or £5.”
“He may also order a person to give recognizances with or without sureties in an amount not exceeding R1 000 for a period not exceeding three months as guarantee that he will maintain peace and refrain from disturbing the peaceful relations by means of public violence and intimidation.”
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An act for the better securing the liberty of the subject, and for prevention of imprisonments beyond the seas.
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