Misleading Cases in the Common Law

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F.B. Rothman, 1930 - Law - 236 pages
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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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