O.K. vs George W. Bush (2004)

Petitioner O.K. is an eighteen-year old Canadian citizen who has been held by the United States since the age of fifteen in a detention facility at the United States Naval Base in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.1 His grandmother has filed a petition for a writ of habeas corpus on his behalf as his next friend challenging the fact of his confinement and the conditions in which he is detained.

Trials for State Offences Act-1841

And it is hereby enacted, that it shall be competent for the Government of any Presidency to issue a commission for the trial of any offences of treason, rebellion or crime against the state by one or more Judges, together with such Law Officers as shall be required or without any such Officer, according as it may be deemed expedient.

Death warrant of King Charles I (1649)

Whereas Charles Steuart Kinge of England is and standeth convicted attaynted and condemned of High Treason and other high Crymes, And sentence uppon Saturday last was pronounced against him by this Court to be putt to death by the severinge of his head from his body Of wch sentence execucon yet remayneth to be done

Inspection of Records in criminal cases in UP

A Judge or Magistrate in his discretion may by verbal order permit a party to a case or his pleader to inspect on the date of hearing, before the rising of the Court the record of a pending case in the Court room, or in the presence of the reader or munsarim.