Parliamentary privilege did not protect the maker against seditious comments made in the Chamber of the House.
(1629) 3 St Tr 293
England and Wales
See Also – Rex v Eliot, Hollis and Valentine 1629
Proceedings were taken in the King’s Bench against three members of the House of Commons, who were charged with seditious speeches, contempt of the King (Charles I) in resisting the adjournment of the House and with conspiracy to keep the Speaker in . .
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Updated: 20 October 2021; Ref: scu.427744