in our prison of such a place for the death of B., of which he was accused (or1  appealed) was accused (or appealed) of that death because of hate and spite or  because he is guilty thereof. And if because of hate and spite, because of what hate  and what spite and who is guilty thereof. And the inquest you make thereon etc.
Where a man is found guilty by the inquest.
 When the sheriff sends the inquest and by it he is found guilty, there will be no  further question of release on bail. But if the inquest says because of hate or  spite, and if the reason is contained in the inquest, by what hate or by what spite,  not if it does not identify the reason, [the reason must be carefully examined, since  there are many sheriffs and bailiffs who in such inquests allege as a reason what is  not a reason,]2 and if it is sufficient, let the accused be released on bail until the  coming of the justices; otherwise let him remain in prison,
Of breach of the peace and wounding with the addition of felony.
 [In every injuria and trespass against the king's peace to which the word felony  is added the person appealed or accused is usually released on finding pledges,  except in the case of homicide.]3 no matter how long that may be, until he can  prove by an inquest that he is innocent.4 Nor ought the inquest to be taken as to  anyone who is not in prison.5 When the inquest finds that the prisoner has been  appealed because of hate and spite, not because of guilt, let him then be released  on bail by order of the lord king, by a writ directed to the sheriff in this form:
Where one is not guilty,
[a writ] that he be released on finding pledges.  The king to the sheriff, greeting. Because it is evident to us from the inquiry we  ordered you to make and which you have sent us etc. (and6 here let the full details  of the inquest be inserted) we order you etc. Or it sometimes is drawn thus, without  the details of the inquest, We order you, if A., arrested and detained in our prison  for the death of B. whereof he is accused (or appealed) finds you twelve responsible  and law-abiding men of your county who undertake to have him at the first  session etc. before our justices to answer C. concerning B's death, whereof he appeals  him, to deliver him on bail to the said twelve responsible men until the aforesaid  coming of the justices. And have there the names of the aforesaid twelve who have  undertaken to have him as aforesaid. Witness etc.
Another writ concerning the same.
 Or in another way, If A., arrested for B's death and imprisoned at such a
2. Infra iv, 370; reading: qua atya, non sine causae cognitione, diligenter erit ... ballivi qui in huiusmodi ... ut causam
3. Glanvill xiv, 1: In omnibus autem placitis de felonia solet accusatus per plegios dimitti praeterquam in placito de homicidio; supra 336, n. 2; infra iv, 364: no release by pledges ubi sequitur amissio vitae vel membrorum; belongs infra 349 at n. 8, where I have repeated it