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Certainty and Justice: Studies of the Conflict Between Precedent and Progress in the Development of the Law

by Frederic R. Coudert
Format
Book
Published
New York, London : D. Appleton, 1914.
Language
English
Contents
  • Certainty and justice
  • The challenge to the Constitution
  • What is the matter with the law?
  • Jury trial as an instance of constitutional development
  • Criminal procedure and the Constitution
  • The Constitution and our new peoples; citizens, subjects, nationals or aliens
  • The law and our industrial development. "The rule of reason"
  • Perversion of precedent. Stare decisis. History misinterpreted
  • Aliens and the progress of the law
  • Progress of international law in treatment of political crime
  • The crisis of the law; professional incompetency.
Description
vii, 319 p. ; 20 cm.
Notes
Partly reprinted from various sources.
Technical Details
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