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Title 12 : Court Procedure

Chapter 213 : JUDICIAL FORMS

Subchapter 004 : Indictments and Presentments

(Cite as: 12 V.S.A. § 6044)
  • § 6044. Presentments for intoxication, breach of peace, and tramping

    The presentments for intoxication, breach of the peace, and tramping, as provided for in 13 V.S.A. § 5507, shall be in substance as follows:

     

    STATE OF VERMONT

    .................... County, ss.                                    }

     

    (INTOXICATION)

     

         To the (name of court) comes  .................... sheriff, constable, police officer (as the case may be) and upon his or her oath of office makes complaint that  .................... of  .................... in the county of   .................... at  .................... on the  .................... day of  .................... A. D. 20  ......., became and was found intoxicated, contrary to the form of the statute, in such case made and provided, and against the peace and dignity of the State.

         Dated at  .................... in the county of  ...................., this .................... day of  ...................., A.D. 20  .......

     

    (BREACH OF THE PEACE.)

     

    Same as intoxication to italics, then in place of italics: "did disturb and break the public peace by tumultuous and offensive carriage, by threatening, quarreling, assaulting, beating, and striking (name of person assaulted)." Then continue as in intoxication after italics.

     

    (TRAMPING.)

     

    Same as intoxication to italics, then in place of italics: "was a transient person roving from place to place begging and living without labor or visible means of support." Then continue as in intoxication after italics.

     

    (TRAMPING.)

     

    Same as intoxication to italics, then in place of italics: "did ride or attempt to ride on a railroad freight train and engine without to consent of the persons in charge thereof." Then continue as in intoxication after italics.