(That you just take when it comes to good or in mercy.) Formerly, in the event that verdict had been for defendant, the plaintiff ended up being adjudged becoming amerced for his untrue claim; but. if decision was for plaintiff, then in most activities m ct armis, or where in actuality the defendant, in bis pleading, had falsely rejected his very own deed, the view included an award of a capiatur pro fine; plus all other instances the defendant was adjudged is amerced. The insertion of misericordia or associated with the capiatur within the judgment is unnecessary. Wharton.