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returned to the magistrate by whom it was issued, if issued in the city and county of New York, within five days after its date, and if in any other county, within ten days. After the expiration of those times respectively, the warrant, unless executed, is void.
$ 803. Officer to give receipt for property taken.When the officer takes property under the warrant, he must give a receipt for the property taken, (specifying it in detail,) to the person from whom it was taken by him, or in whose possession it was found, or, in the absence of any person, he must leave it in the place where he found the property.
§ 804. Property when delivered to magistrate, how disposed of.- When the property is delivered to the magistrate, he must, if it was stolen or embezzled, dispose of it as provided in sections 687 to 689, both inclusive. If it were taken on a warrant issued on the grounds stated in the second and third subdivisions of section 792, he must retain it in his possession, subject to the order of the court to which he is required to return the proceedings before him, or of any other court in which the offense, in respect to which the property was taken, is triable.
$ 805. Return of warrant, and delivery to magistrate of inventory of property taken.-The officer must forthwith return the warrant to the magistrate, and deliver to him a written inventory of the property taken, made publicly, or in the presence of the person from whose possession it was taken and of the applicant for the warrant, if they be present, verified by the affidavit of the officer, and taken before the magistrate, to the following effect : “I, A. B., the officer by whom this warrant was executeil, do swear that the above inventory contains a true and detailed account of all the property taken by me on the warrant.”
$ 806. Magistrate to deliver copy of inventory to the parties. — The magistrate must thereupon, if required, deliver a copy of the inventory to the person from whose possession the property was taken, and to the applicant for the warrant.
$ 807. If grounds for warrant controverted, magistrate to take testimony.- If the grounds on which the warrant was issued be controverted, the magistrate must proceed to take testimony in relation thereto.
§ 808. Testimony, how taken and authenticated. The testimony given by each witness must be reduced to writing and authenticated in the manner prescribed in section 200.
§ 809. Property, when to be returned.- If it appear that the property taken is not the same as that prescribed in the warrant, or that there is no probable cause for believing the existence of the grounds on which the warrant was issued, the magistrate must cause it to be restored to the person from whom it was taken.
$ 810. Return to be made to court of sessions or city court having jurisdiction. The magistrate must annex together the depositions, the search warrant and return, and the inventory, and return them to the next court of sessions of the county, or city court, having power to inquire into the offense in respect to which the search warrant was issued, by the intervention of a grand jury, at or before its opening on the first day.
$ 811. Maliciously procuring search warrant, a misdemeanor. A person, who maliciously and without probable cause, procures a search warrant to be issued and executed, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
§ 812. Peace officer, exceeding his authority.- A peace officer, who, in executing a search warrant, willfully exceeds his authority, or exercises it with unnecessary severity, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
§ 813. Person charged with felony supposed to have a dangerous weapon, etc.- When a person charged with a felony is supposed by the magistrate before whom he is brought, to have upon his person a dangerous weapon, or any thing which may be used as evidence of the commission of the offense, the magistrate may direct him to be searched in his presence, and the weapon or other thing to be retained, subject to his order or the order of the court in which the defendant may be tried.
815. On what proof to be made.
or be outlawed.
appearing 819. Effect of the judgment. 820. Filing judgment roll, and transcripts thereof. 821. Judgment roll, of what to consist. 822. Appeal may be at any time taken, by defendant, from
judgment. 823. Appeal, how taken, and proceedings thereon. 824. Eirect of revcrsal. 825. Defendant may be arrested to receive judgment, not
withstanding outlawry. 826. No other j roceeding for outlawry in criminal cases
allowed. § 814. When application for outlawry may be made.
When, upon a bench warrant issued for the apprehension of a person who has pleaded guilty, or against whom a verdict has been rendered, upon an indictment for treason, it is duly returned that the defendant cannot be found, the district attorney of the county may apply to the court in which the conviction was had, for judgment of outlawry.
§ 815. On what proof to be made.-— The application must be founded upon the return of the bench warrant, and upon proof, by affidavit, that the defendant has escaped, and on diligent search cannot be found within the ounty.
$ 816. Order that the defendant appear to receive judgment, or be outlawed. — The court, upon being satisfied that the defendant has escaped, and cannot, upon diligent search, be found in the county, must make an order that he appear on the first day of the next term, to receive judgment upon the conviction or be outlawed.
§ 817. Publication of Order. — The order must be immediately published, once a week for six successive weeks, in a newspaper published in the county, and in the state paper. The expense of the publication is a county charge.
§ 818. Judgment on appearance of defendant, or default.— If the defendant appear, judgment must be rendered against him upon the conviction. If he do not appear, the court, upon proof of the due publication of the order, must render judgment that the defendant be outlawed, and that all his civil rights be forfeited.
$ 819. Effect of the judgment. — The defendant is thereupon deemed civilly dead, and forfeits to the people of this state during his life-time, and no longer, all freehold estate in real property, of which he was seized in his own right, at the time of committing the treason, or any
time thereafter, and all his personal property
$ 820. Filing judgment roll, and transcripts thereof., Upon a judgment of outlawry, the judgment roll must be made up, and filed with the clerk of the county in which the conviction was had, and docketed with the same effect as in a civil action. A transcript thereof may also be filed and docketed, with the like effect, in any other county.
§ 821. Judgment roll, of what to consist.
-The judgment roll consists of the several matters prescribed in section 485, except the fifth subdivision; to which must be annexed a certified copy of the order to appear for judgment, the affidavits proving its publication, and a certified copy of the judgment of outlawry.
$ 822. Appeal may be at any time taken, by defendant, from judgment. —An appeal may be taken by the defendant, at any time, from a judgment of outlawry.
§ 823. Appeal, how taken and proceedings thereon. The appeal may be taken in person or by counsel, in the same manner, and the proceedings thereon are the same, as upon an appeal from a judgment of conviction on an indictment.
§ 824. Effect of reversal.- If the judgment be reversed, on appeal, the defendant is restored to his civil rights.
§ 825. Defendant may be arrested to receive judgment, notwithstanding outlawry:- Notwithstanding judgment of outlawry against the defendant, he may be arrested at any time thereafter, to receive judgment upon the conviction.
$ 826. No other proceeding for outlawry in criminal cases, allowed. — No other proceeding for the outlawry of the defendant in a criminal action, can be had than that provided in this title.
TITLE IV. Of Proceedings against Fugitives from Justice. CHAPTER 1. Fugitives from another state or territory, into
this state. II. Fugitives from this state, iuto another state or