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|Nothing is to be preferred before justice — Socrates Humanity and good policy |
dictate that the benign prerogative of pardoning should as little as possible be
fettered or embarrassed ... In seasons of insurrection, a well-timed offer of pardon
|“Whatever inconvenience ensue, nothing is to be preferred before justice. These |
things I hear like pipes and drums, whose sound makes me deaf to every thing
you say." The fame of this prison, the fame of the discourses there and the ...
Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1987 - 409 pages
|"Whatever inconvenience ensue, nothing is to be preferred before justice. These |
things I hear like pipes and drums, whose sound makes me deaf to everything
you say." The fame of this prison, the fame of the discourses there, and the ...
|But the Courtof Queen's Bench held that there was nothing in the objection, for |
such a motion could he made after plea pleaded. Cockbum, C. J ., said ... 17, had
been complied with before preferring the indictment. The other ... directed to be
prosecuted on a prior indictment, which had actually been preferred. But that
|Nothing in the act contained shall prevent the payment to the receiver of fines, &c. |
by the Justices, &c. in any of the seven public offices appointed under the stat. ...
cases of this nature, though the party were indicted, or an information preferred,
yet a capias was not the first process, but a venireflcias, and distringas. ... An
attorney has no right to be present on tho hearing of information: before
|The third alternative is (3) unless the indictment is preferred by direction or with |
the consent in writing of a High Court judge or law ... It provides that when any
charge or complaint shall be made before a justice of an offence within the Act,
within the jurisdiction of the ... of the indictment, and was founded on facts
disclosed in the depositions taken before the justice; and nothing in the Act of
1859 should ...
|A Justice of the Marine Court of the City of New York, in Pursuance of a Message |
from His Excellency the Governor, Transmitting the ... Mr. SMITH— The register
and books of entries by the said court are to be holden before the said justice, or
copies thereof proved ... It may be proved by having it authenticated and having
the authentication proved: but there is nothing in that statute, even in reference to
|Mr. President, I have now finished the review of Judge Peck'9 conduct on which |
the honorable managers rely to prove ... as it stands, which was not perfectly in
the character of a judge; nothing in the sentence, unsuited to the occasion. ...
Where was that? he had dragged him before the nation, and exhibited him
|It is key for criminal justice counselors to help offenders live up to their deep, |
internally held, preferred views of self and for criminal ... In 1974, Martinson
published a classic review of treatment outcomes research, and the “nothing
works” era in ...