The Laws of England, Compiled and translated into the Māori language.
When the day of the Session of the Supreme Court arrives, the prisoner is tried by a Judge of that Court and a Jury: and, if the Jury find him guilty of the offence with which be is charged, he is sentenced by the Court, to death, or to imprisonment, or to whatever punishment the Law prescribes for such offence. If the Court find him innocent, he is discharged. The matter ends here. He cannot be tried again for the same offence. (See § 33.)