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It's Sir Herbert and the humour is un-common.
Rivals the sermon on the mount as the definitive "Take" on the prudence of jurists assessing various intentions.
Anyone pretending to practice the Law who cites Blackstone more than Herbert is a shyster, Shuster, and should be shunned.
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His humorous writing appeared often in Punch magazine, where the work for which he is best remembered Ė his series of Misleading Cases in the Common Law ...
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Language Log: Is a cow a negotiable instrument? Can a woman be a ...
... in Herbert's book were each originally the subject of one of his columns in Punch, which ran under the heading "Misleading Cases in the Common Law". ...
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JSTOR: Observing Appellate Opinions from below the Bench
ap Herbert, in his Misleading Cases in the Common Law, has the Lord Chancellor utter these words in one of his imaginary opinions: Now, I have had occasion ...