Poursuites Criminelles cases in which the Attorney General was involved. Details include name of accused, the crime, evidence, verdict and punishment. Index of crimes included at back of volume.

Reference: D/Z/A/A/9

Date: November 27th 1915 - March 12th 1921

Papers relating to an appeal to the Priviy Council between the Attorney General for Jersey, Appellant and Walter James Patch, Respondent, relating to a case under the Militia Law, 1903 providing for compulsory service in the Royal Jersey Militia. Includes cases used as precedent.

Reference: D/Z/A/E/1

Date: 1904 - 1906

Volume of Arbitrations and Consultations undertaken by the Attorney-General

Reference: D/Z/A/E/2

Date: April 1st 1853 - May 4th 1875

Volume of Arbitrations and Consultations undertaken by the Attorney-General

Reference: D/Z/A/E/3

Date: August 15th 1874 - June 20th 1879

Volume of legal Consultations undertaken by the Attorney-General

Reference: D/Z/A/E/4

Date: July 30th 1878 - November 8th 1894

Volume of legal Consultations undertaken by the Attorney-General

Reference: D/Z/A/E/5

Date: December 28th 1894 - January 24th 1899

Volume of notes of the swearing in of Public Officials and other public affairs. Includes notes of cases brought against the Procureur Général by various Public Officials and persons presented to the court on their election as a Public Official by the Procureur Général.

Reference: D/Z/H1/1

Date: 1878 - 1918

Correspondence

Reference: D/Z/H2

Volume of the acting Attorney General - C E Malet de Carteret Esquire's Correspondence. Contains: Communications mainly with Government House concerning comments on draft bills, probate, acts, criminal cases and naturalisations [Indexed]

Reference: D/Z/H2/10

Date: January 30th 1921 - December 2nd 1925

Volume of the Attorney General - C E Malet de Carteret Esquire and the Law Officer's Department's Correspondence. Contains: Communications mainly with Government House concerning comments on draft bills, probate, acts, criminal cases and naturalisations [Indexed]

Reference: D/Z/H2/11

Date: January 30th 1926 - December 19th 1930

File of the Attorney General - C E Malet de Carteret Esquire's Correspondence. Contains: Communications mainly with Government House concerning comments on draft bills, and acts, applications for naturalisation and repatriation, request for the founding of a Jersey Social and Sports Club, storage of Petrol at the Jersey Post Office, correspondence relating to the Militia Law, history of the office of Vicomte.

Reference: D/Z/H2/12

Date: December 1st 1928 - December 24th 1930

Correspondence of the Attorney General - A M Coutanche Esquire relating to a petition from Philip Bertram, Harbour Master of the Port of Mont Orgueil concerning the extension of his appointment as Harbour Master.

Reference: D/Z/H2/13

Date: December 23rd 1823 - October 29th 1932

File of the Attorney General - C W Duret Aubin Esquire's Correspondence - contains index of matters covered. Before this file is opened to the public it needs to be numbered and catalogued in detail.

Reference: D/Z/H2/14

Date: April 28th 1945 - December 28th 1945

File of the Attorney General - C W Duret Aubin Esquire's Correspondence - includes correspondence with J B Howard at the Home Office relating to the registration of the births and deaths of Channel Islanders in Internment Camps in Germany

Reference: D/Z/H2/15

Date: January 19th 1946 - January 21st 1949

File of the Attorney General - C S Harrison Esquire's Correspondence - relating to the Imperial War Graves Commission's involvement with the War Graves Cemetery at Howard Davis Park - includes a resolution of the States of Jersey re. the layout of the cemetery, and the removal of German war dead

Reference: D/Z/H2/16

Date: December 31st 1954 - September 30th 1961

Register of Letters received by the Law Officer's Department

Reference: D/Z/H2/17

Date: December 29th 1945 - March 22nd 1954

Register of Letters received by the Law Officer's Department

Reference: D/Z/H2/18

Date: March 19th 1954 - March 14th 1966

File of the Solicitor General/Attorney General - A Hilgrove Turner Esquire's Correspondence. Contains: Communications mainly with Government House concerning comments on draft bills and acts, criminal cases, proposed branch and telegraph office, and petitions

Reference: D/Z/H2/2

Date: November 8th 1892 - November 28th 1902

File of the Attorney General - A Hilgrove Turner Esquire's Correspondence. Contains: Communications mainly with Government House concerning comments on draft bills and acts, details of criminal cases, the appointment of Maurice Alavoine as Consul for Belgium at St Helier, the building of a new arsenal for St Helier, titles of registered companies, Mr J J Le Sueur to act as Vice-Consul for the Netherlands in Jersey, building of St Peter's Barracks, Mr Leonce l'Hermitte Ogier to act as Vice-Consul for Sweden, acts and crimes concerning the Militia, sale of Noirmont Tower by the War Department, and the leasing of Herm to a German Company.

Reference: D/Z/H2/4

Date: January 18th 1908 - November 30th 1911

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