District Court Proceedings

The Gazette
March 2, 1906

Case of state against Grover Hill charged with britney; nol prossed.

W. M. Thaxton charged with inflicting wound has than mayhem nol prossed.

State vs. Jessie Lowery charged with assault with dangerous weapon. Upon trial was found guilty as charged and fined $10 and cost.

State vs. Pauter Witersoy charged with murder. Defendant plead guilty without capital punishment and was sentenced to life imprisonment.

State vs. Phillip Ward, charged with assault with dangerous weapon. Plead guilty to assault and was fined $10 and cost.

State vs. Phillip Ward charged with carrying concealed weapons. Plead guilty and was fined $25 and cost.

State vs. Mack Brantley, charged with murder. Case tried and verdict of not guilty rendered.

State vs. D. B. Garland, charged with assault with dangerous weapon tried and found not guilty.

State vs. S. E. Wall charged with altering brand on timber, tried and found not guilty.

State vs. D. C. Fretwell charged with disturbing peace. Found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine, $10 and cost.

State vs. Jim Highshaw, carrying concealed weapons, tried and found not guilty.

State vs. Tom Ray, et al charged with shooting at dwelling. Tried and resulted in a mistrial.

State vs. Will Sims charged with breaking and entering dwelling house in night time. Found guilty and sentenced to 4 years in penitentiary.

State vs. J. H. Gilbert charged with retailing liquor without license found guilty and sentenced to pay $100 and cost.

State vs. S. E. Wall, carrying concealed weapons, found not quilty.

State vs. Charlie Jackson, et. al. charged with inflicting wound less than mayhem. Found guilty of assault and battery and fined $75 and cost.

Wes Green charged with retailing liquor without license, plead guilty.

D. W. Spencer, charged with disturbing peace, plead guilty.

S. E. Wall, charged with carrying concealed weapons was tried, found quilty and sentenced to pay a fine of $25 and cost.

Elisha Jamison, charged with wife desertion was found guilty.

Elisha Jamison, charged with carrying canceled weapons was found guilty.

Carl Hollis, charged with carrying concealed weapons was found guilty and fined $25 and cost.

Ed Hunt, charged with retailing liquor without license was found not quilty.

Loyd Rabun, charged with carrying concealed weapons was found guilty and fined $25 and cost.

Green Lee was found not guilty of the charge of disturbing the peace.

Ruffin Ward was found not guilty of obtaining goods under false pretense.

John Mathews plead guilty to carrying concealed weapon.

S. E. Hall charged with carrying concealed weapon was tried and found not guilty.

Charlie Jordan plead guilty to carrying concealed weapons.

Bob Smith plead guilty to carrying concealed weapon.

L. B. Dendy plead guilty to disturbing peace.





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