2012 Rhode Island General Laws
Title 10 - Courts and civil procedure–Procedure in particular actions
Chapter 10-9 - Habeas Corpus
- Chapter 10-9-1 - General right to writ.
- Chapter 10-9-2 - Repealed.
- Chapter 10-9-3 - Application for writ Contents.
- Chapter 10-9-4 - Issuance of writ Forms.
- Chapter 10-9-5 - Court to which writ returnable.
- Chapter 10-9-6 - Return to Providence superior court when other courts not in session.
- Chapter 10-9-7 - Receipt and return of writ.
- Chapter 10-9-8 - Return or statement by person to whom writ directed.
- Chapter 10-9-9 - Signature and oath to return or statement.
- Chapter 10-9-10 - Body brought with return or statement.
- Chapter 10-9-11 - Illness of person confined.
- Chapter 10-9-12 - Remand, bail, or commitment pending judgment.
- Chapter 10-9-13 - Failure of officer to deliver copy of process by which prisoner held.
- Chapter 10-9-14 - Examination of cause of restraint Adjournment.
- Chapter 10-9-15 - Notice to party on whose process restraint based.
- Chapter 10-9-16 - Notice to attorney general or complainant in criminal cases.
- Chapter 10-9-17 - Denial of facts in return or statement Hearing of evidence.
- Chapter 10-9-18 - Discharge on failure to show cause for restraint.
- Chapter 10-9-19 - Admission to bail.
- Chapter 10-9-20 - Order as to bail when person held on civil mesne process.
- Chapter 10-9-21 - Remand to custody.
- Chapter 10-9-22 - Appeals and exceptions barred Subsequent application to supreme court allowed.
- Chapter 10-9-23 - Enforcement of writ by attachment as for contempt.
- Chapter 10-9-24 - Attachment and commitment of a member of the division of sheriffs.
- Chapter 10-9-25 - Forfeiture for failure to receive and execute writ.
- Chapter 10-9-26 - Precept after disobedience of writ.
- Chapter 10-9-27 - Transfer or concealment of prisoner with intent to avoid writ.
- Chapter 10-9-28 - Common law remedies not barred by penalties.
- Chapter 10-9-29 - Rearrest of discharged person.
- Chapter 10-9-30 - Judicial powers not restrained.
- Chapter 10-9-31 - Power of justices to admit to bail.
- Chapter 10-9-32 - Judicial power to bring in criminal defendants and witnesses.
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