Martin v. Thomas - 65 U.S. 315 (1860)
U.S. Supreme Court
Martin v. Thomas, 65 U.S. 24 How. 315 315 (1860)
Martin v. Thomas
5 U.S. (24 How.) 315
Where there was an action of replevin in Wisconsin by virtue of which the property was seized by the marshal and a bond was given by the defendant in replevin, together with sureties, the object of which was to obtain the return of the property to the defendant, which bond was afterwards altered by the principal defendant's erasing his name from the bond, with the knowledge and consent of the marshal but without the knowledge or consent of the sureties, the bond was thereby rendered invalid against the sureties.
The facts of the case are stated in the opinion of the Court.