Depositions (witness statements) in the case against Marie Le Roux, wife of Turmel, accused of attempted suicide. Statements are from Philip John Le Feuvre, Constable of St Ouen, Eugène Morel, Joseph Le Flocq, Joseph Charles Ehrhard, Angelo Nelson Symons and Marie Giffron, wife of Le Lair.
|Date||8 July 1905|
Le Roux, Marie
Le Feuvre, Philip John, Constable of St Ouen
Le Flocq, Joseph
Ehrhard, Joseph Charles
Symons, Angelo Nelson
|Keywords||Judicial Greffe | Law | courts | prosecutions | legal proceedings | criminal law | depositions | witnesses | drowning | attempted suicide|
|Level of description||File|
D/Y/G Poursuites criminelles. The Poursuite Criminelles volumes cover criminal cases tried before the Royal Court from 1797 onwards. The volumes also include details of inquests from c.1806 onwards. These volumes are closed for 100 years so permission is required to view more recent volumes.
D/Y/G3 Depositions from the Royal and Magistrates Court. This series of depositions is not a complete record of all witness statements and centeniers reports in every case before the courts. The series has been selected at some point in the past by an individual at the Greffe and has therefore been kept as a discreet series of records.