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Document Type

Book

Publication Date

12-30-1845

Article Footnote

Article 3, footnote 205

Book Footnote

Chapter 14, footnote 12

Abstract

Not only were jurors unskilled in performing this function (statutory interpretation), but even judges would be left to improvisation unless they had published judicial opinions to rely upon.

Comments

(Boston, Charles C. Little & James Brown 1845)

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