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Page 21 of New York Legal Observer Vol. 4, Issue [page]

1846 New York Legal Observer  
‘The first special plea stated, that at the August term of the Court of Common Pleas of Ontario county, he recovered a judgment against the plaintiff for $20, which he would set off.  ...  It should be ob- served that the pleas are not pleas of null tiel record. What is a judgment rendered? A judgment is a conclusion of law upon facts found or admitted.  ... 

Page 55 of The New Jersey Law Journal Vol. 7, Issue 2 [page]

1884 The New Jersey Law Journal  
§S. circuit court on a judgment in a court of Plea struck out with leave to file a bill for another circuit a plea that the judgment was an injunction. obtained by fraud, and cévin on the part of Mr.  ...  Henry Stone, for plaintiff. Mr. A. Q. Keasbey, for defendant. Nixon, D.  ... 

Page 391 of The University of Chicago Law Review Vol. 3, Issue 3 [page]

1936 The University of Chicago Law Review  
After a fair trial, the judgment should follow the decision on the merits, whether for the plaintiff or for the defendant.  ...  The equity rule is unsound when it gives a decree for the defendant on proof of an unmeritorious plea; the common law rule is equally objectionable when the judgment is given for the plaintiff notwithstanding  ... 

Briggs v. Cook. Supreme Court of Appeals: At Richmond. March 14, 1901

1901 The Virginia Law Register  
In a proceeding by motion to recover a judgment for money, the defendant pleaded non-assumpsit and a special plea of set-off under sec. 3299 of the Code.  ...  In a proceeding by motion to recover a judgment for money, the defendant pleaded non-assumpsit and a special plea of set-off under sec. 3299 of the Code.  ...  , and judgment was not asked upon those pleas for want of such replications.  ... 
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Page 315 of Wisconsin Law Review Vol. 1959, Issue 2 [page]

1959 Wisconsin Law Review  
Persuasive authority exists for holding that a judgment based on a plea of nolo contendere should have the same force and effect for impeachment purposes as a judgment based upon a plea of guilty or verdict  ...  However, the court held that it does for purposes of applying the second offender statute.*® The court stated that a judgment based on a plea of nolo contendere has the same force and effect as one based  ... 

Page 522 of None Vol. 6, Issue [page]

1847 None  
On a motion for judgment non obstante veredicto, the Court of Queen’s Bench thought the plea was not a good answer to the part of the declaration to which it was pleaded, because a debt certain to the  ...  It is to be observed, that the plea is not in the ordinary form of a plea of judgment recovered, which states that the plaintiff impleaded the defendant for the same causes of action in the declaration  ... 

Page 177 of Georgia. Supreme Court. Reports of Cases in Law and Equity Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Georgia Vol. 58, Issue [page]

1877 Georgia. Supreme Court. Reports of Cases in Law and Equity Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of Georgia  
While a plea of discharge in bankruptcy. stands on lower moral ground, the plea is, nevertheless, sufficient to raise an issue for trial—44 Ga.,161.  ...  Whatever judgment shall finally be rendered, will be a judgment be- tween party and party, and will bind both parties for all time, and in all jurisdictions.  ... 

Page 115 of Florida Supreme Court: Reports Vol. 17, Issue [page]

1878 Florida Supreme Court: Reports  
In disregarding and setting aside defendants’ pleas which set up a good defense. 4. In giving judgment by default for want of plea. 5. In giving final judgment for plaintiff.  ...  We find no authority for holding that a joint plea is indispensable, even if the fact of partnership in trade be admitted, but the effect of the judgment is to pre- clude the defendants from denying such  ... 

Page 785 of Florida Supreme Court: Reports Vol. 13, Issue [page]

1869 Florida Supreme Court: Reports  
After successive pleas have been held bad, on demurrer there- to, itis error to enter a judgment for want of a plea; the proper judgment is a final judgment on the demurrer.  ...  After demurrer sustained to a plea, if the defendant by leave of the court files a new plea, he thereby abandons his former plea and the exceptions to the judgment on the demurrer; and the last plea being  ... 

Page 328 of New York Legal Observer Vol. 1, Issue 21 [page]

1843 New York Legal Observer  
The learned judge, however, directed a verdict for the defendant. Nash and Greasley, for the plaintiffs, then moved for judgment non obstante verdicto.  ...  In 6 Wend. 433, which was the first case of such a motion as an enumerated motion, a repleader was or- dered, and a motion for a judgment non obstante was denied.  ... 

Page 445 of Missouri Supreme Court: Reports Vol. 61, Issue [page]

1875 Missouri Supreme Court: Reports  
There was in this case a final judgment. (Wagn. Stat., 1051, § 1; 1059, § 9.) Robinson § Brown, for Respondent. An appeal will not lie from a judgment on a plea in abate- ment. (Davis vs.  ...  Altachment—Plea in abatement, judgment in—Appeal.—-Under the present statute appeal is not allowed from the judgment on a plea in abatement.  ... 

Page 48 of Missouri Supreme Court: Reports Vol. 67, Issue [page]

1877 Missouri Supreme Court: Reports  
Appeal from Linn Court of Common Pleas.—Hon. Tuomas Whitaker, Judge. Charles L. Dobson for appellant. S. P. Huston for respondent. Henry, J.  ...  A defendant having appealed from the judgment of the latter court to the circuit court, and from a judgment of affirmance there to the Supreme Court, gave a supersedeas bond to stay the ex- ecution of  ... 

Page 785 of Florida Bar Journal Vol. 55, Issue 11 [page]

1981 Florida Bar Journal  
what circumstan¬ ces for each type of plea.  ...  Haddad ... a judgment entered on a plea of guilty or¬ dinarily cannot be reviewed by appeal. Baggs V.  ... 

Page 241 of The New Jersey Law Journal Vol. 23, Issue 8 [page]

1900 The New Jersey Law Journal  
Kuhl for plaintiffs in error. Mr. A. A. Clark for defendant in error.  ...  court from judgments of the court is to be had by writ of error. court for the trial of small causes, Error to Court of Common Pleas, Hunterdon county.  ... 

Page 587 of Alabama. Supreme Court. Reports Vol. 8, Issue [page]

1839 Alabama. Supreme Court. Reports  
Judgment for defendant on a plea in abatement, whether it be an issue in fact or in law, is, that the writ or bill be quashed,—and a respondeas ouster therefore, is not a- WaATded.— ib. occ aceccccscccccvessecsciovsecsececs  ...  A plea in abatement, that a suit was pending for the iden- tical cause of action, at the time of the issuance of the writ, is supported by the production of the record; and the replication to such a plea  ... 
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