Courcier Gourdain's Bond

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he de Dug-gan the the for in of we tiie (Section A Judge J. H. Ferguson.) GOURDAIN'S BOND. Judge W. L. Evans, attorney for L. A. Gourdaln. ruled the criminal sheriff into court yesterday to show cause why Mr. D. J. Courcier, who was proffered a bondsman, should not be accepted. The sheriff, who was represented by District Attorney Butler, stated that he had declined to-ecept-Mr. to-ecept-Mr. to-ecept-Mr. to-ecept-Mr. to-ecept-Mr. Courcier because because the property offered, as security was situated in the parish of Jefferson, lievond the Jurisdiction of the criminal court, and Mr. Courcier resided In this parish. Judge Ferguson said ne would not pass upon the question of the solvency of the bond, but would rule on Wednesday Wednesday (to-day) (to-day) (to-day) as to the point raised by the sheriff. . Pleaded Not Guilty Harriet Sanders. Jennie Suset, James Suset, breaking and entering and petty larceny. Sentenced Albert Toulbert. wounding.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 05 Feb 1896, Wed,
  3. Page 11

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