HISTORICAL SKETCHES OF THE PRINCIPLES AND MAXIMS OF AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE
Item #: 5829
Pages: 426 pp.
Published: Steubenville; James Wilson; 1819. Reprinted in 1972.
Series: CLASSICS IN LEGAL HISTORY REPRINT SERIES
The author completely opposes the Judge's viewpoint. Histhesis, upheld by most of the Ohio judges at the time, hasbeen the basis for rejection of all common law crimes inOhio. A virulent attack upon the natural law concepts ofthe Anglo-Saxon legal structure which the author replaceswith a theory of law based on specific legislation.
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