In practice. An accusation exhibited against a person for some criminal offense, without an indictment. 4 Bl. Comm. 308. An accusation in the nature of an indictment, from which it differs only in being pre- sented by a competent public officer on his oath of office, instead of a grand jury on their oath. 1 Bish. Crin. Proc
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