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|Dickens, Charles The decisions of law courts should never be printed: in the long |
run, they form a counter authority to the law. - Diderot, Denis I haven't committed
a crime. What I did was fail to comply with the law. - Dinkins, David When men ...
|Diderot, Denis The decisions of law courts should never be printed: in the long |
run, they form a counter authority to the law. - Diderot, Denis Justice is the first
virtue of those who command, and stops the complaints of those who obey. -
|Gay Law and Politics in the United States and Canada Jason Pierceson. bluntly, |
and sweepingly, states: "U. S. courts can almost never be effective producers of
significant social reform. ... with same-sex marriage litigation, I argue that
important benefits stem from litigation strategies that can ultimately trump the
counter-mobilization. ... litigation strategies and may weaken their efforts in the
long run.25 The perspective of Donald Horowitz is also in the tradition of critiques
of court power.
|ble to justify each of Gore's decisions, by the end he gave many Americans |
reason to wonder whether there was any point at which ... with the aid of courts,
for any way to dispense with formalities and controlling legal authority, from laws
to deadlines to certifications. Whether this example will prove harmful in the long
run cannot yet be known, but it will necessarily affect the way Gore's ... They
simply turned the issue over to the courts and Al Gore's legal team, and sat on the
|ions given in the legal tender cases, or in the line of recent decisions of which |
Munn 12. ... and that it has from the flrst been powerless whenever it came in
conflict with a State, or could not count upon the support of the Federal executive.
... of the Federal compact, and the validity of that compact is, in the long run, the
guarantee for the rights of the separate States. ... system of Federalism, they will
ultimately compel the central government to support the authority of the Federal
|ions given in the legal tender cases, or in the line of recent decisions of which M '|
in u v. ... The moment that this bias becomes obvious, a court loses its moral
authority; and decisions which might be justified ... it has from the first been
powerless whenever it came in conflict with a State, or could not count upon the
support of the Federal executive. ... John Marshall,' said Jefferson, ' has delivered
his judgment; let him now execute it if he can ; ' and the judgment was never put
|American critics indeed are to be found who allege that the Supreme Court not |
only is proving but always has proved too weak ... and that it has from the first
been powerless whenever it came into conflict with a State, or could not count
upon the ... Jefferson, 'has delivered his judgment, let him now execute it, if he
can'; and the judgment | was never put into force. ... as long as the people of the
United States wish to keep up the balanced system of federalism, they will
ultimately compel ...
|The County Court jud e declined to rescind tiie order, unless and until the debtor |
had been an jected to a public ... this expendituro? as if not I shall not make it; "
and if he has the authority of the execution creditor he can recover from him. ...
Tuis was an appeal from the decision of the County Court judge of Hampshire
sitting at Winchester. ... He had by these proceedings , caused a long delay, and
deprived the creditors of their money which it was intended by the court they
should have ...
|The Law Society had this matter long in hand and expressed approval per se of |
extended jurisdiction, and more than once ... the authorities. One of them
contained twenty-four important proposals, and concluded thus: ' Subject to the
foregoing ... were specifically referred to in my former letter), but it is sufiicient to
remark that with insignificant exceptions they have not ... we can no longer hold
aloof from the County Court, seeing the considerable roportion of actions
involving less than ...