TREATISE DECLARING WHICH BE THE GREAT AND GENERALL OFFENCES OF THE REALME, AND THE CHIEFE IMPEDIMENTS OF THE PEACE OF THE KING AND THE KINGDOME, AS TREASONS, HOMICIDES,...
Item #: 62040
Published: OE; London: Printed for the Companie of Stat; Reprinted in 2007.
Subjects: CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE, UNITED KINGDOM
With comprehensive index, glosses and side-note referencesto the works of Fitzherbert, Brooke and others. Holdsworth,who holds this work in high regard, observes that it wasonly the second title devoted to the subject. Holdsworthadds that a comparison between Pulton and (the lesscomprehensive) Staunford "enables us to appreciate theeffect of the additions to and alterations of the criminallaw made during this period, both by the legislature, and bythe judges of the common law courts and of the Court ofStar Chamber" (392-393). Pulton's treatise offers afascinating perspective on criminal law as it was understoodin Shakespeare's England.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
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