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The act of a party immediately aggrieved, who agrees with a thief or other felon that he will not prosecute him, on condition that he return to him the goods stolen, or who takes a reward not to prosecute. This is an offense punishable by fine and imprisonment. The mere retaking by the owner of stolen goods is no offense, unless the offender is not to be prosecuted.

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