BUTCHER v. COATS
1 U.S. 340 (1788)

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BUTCHER v. COATS, 1 U.S. 340 (1788)

1 U.S. 340 (Dall.)

Butcher
v.
Coats

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

July Term, 1788

Two witnesses, who had been duly served with a Subpoenia, were brought before the Court upon an attachment; but having satisfactorily proved, that they were so much indisposed, as to be utterly incapable of attending in obedience to the Subpoena, they were discharged.

And, by the Court: As we do not find these persons in contempt, the costs of the attachment must abide the event of the suit.[ Butcher v. Coats 1 U.S. 340 (1788) ]


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