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Cour d'assises, French criminal procedure, France, criminal procedure, inquisitorial, self-incrimination, murder trial, multinational criminal case, Gaitaud, comparative law, comparative criminal procedure
self-defense, proportionality, comparative law, defense of dwelling, defense of property, Florida, England, Belgium, castle doctrine, duty to retreat
enlightenment economics, commerce clause, diversity clause, legislative process, bicameralism, presentment, enumerated powers, free trade, rent seeking, monopolies, James Madison, framing of the U.S. Constitution
judicial elections, reform of judiciary, judicial corruption, New York judiciary, New York judges, New York bar, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Tammany Hall, New York constitutional convention of 1867-68
Seventh Amendment; civil jury trial; constitutional rights to civil jury trial; state constitutional rights; jury nullification; originalism; originalist interpretation; historical test; jury fees; summary proceedings; waiver of jury trial; legal history; line between fact and law; Slocum v. New Yor
Thomas Nast, legal cartoons, Boss Tweed, Tammany Hall, David Dudley Field, adversarial system, legal history, judicial corruption, railroad scandals
directed verdict, judgment notwithstanding the verdict, jury control, federal rules of civil procedure, Scintilla Rule, railroads, personal injury, contributory negligence, fellow servant rule, assumption of risk, legal history
Legal history; judicial comment on evidence; judicial summing up; jury trial; criminal appeals; appellate courts; federal courts; Isaac Parker; Indian Territory; Judicature Acts; Hicks v. U.S.; Quercia v. U.S.; Evarts Act; circuit system; Court of Criminal Appeal
Magna Carta; trial by jury; judgment of his peers; civil jury trial; criminal jury trial; Seventh Amendment; constitutional rights to jury trial; legal history; Bank of Columbia v. Okely; Erving v. Cradock
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