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§ 99-15-37. Change of venue; transfer of records to removal court.
 

Upon the order being made changing the venue in a criminal case, the clerk shall make out a transcript of the caption of the record, also of the proceedings impaneling the grand jury, of the indictment, with the entries or indorsements thereon, and all entries relative thereto in the records of his office, of the bonds and recognizances of the defendant, of the names of all the witnesses, and of all orders, judgments, or other papers or proceedings belonging to or had in said cause and attach his certificate thereto, under his hand, with the seal of the court annexed, and forward it, sealed up, by a special messenger, or deliver it himself, together with all the original subpoenas in the case, to the clerk of the circuit court to which the trial is ordered to be removed. 
 

Sources: Codes, 1857, ch. 64, art. 299; 1871, § 2763; 1880, § 2062; 1892, § 1412; 1906, § 1485; Hemingway's 1917, § 1243; 1930, § 1266; 1942, § 2509.