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" ... no judgment of the court below should be reversed except for an error which the court after reading the entire evidence can affirmatively say would have led to a different verdict, ninety-nine reversals out of one hundred under the present system... "
Present Day Problems: A Collection of Addresses Delivered on Various Occasions - Page 354
by United States. President (1909-1913 : Taft) - 1908 - 355 pages
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Conference of ..., Volume 17, Part 1907

Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (U.S.). Conference - Uniform state laws - 1907
...Yale Law School, June 26, 1905, and published in 15 Yale Law Journal, 1, Secretary Taf t suggested : " No judgment of the court below should be reversed,...can affirmatively say would have led to a different result." This subject has been most ably presented by our learned late associate, Dean Huffcut, whose...
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New Outlook, Volume 80

Alfred Emanuel Smith, Francis Walton - 1905
...in that system at home. The right of appeal should be modified ; and reversal should be allowed only for an error which the court, after reading the entire...affirmatively say would have led to a different verdict ; the judge should be allowed to advise the jury and to comment and express his opinion upon the facts...
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The yale law journal, Volume 15

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1906
...the English criminal procedure does not encourage us to think that it would be wise to introduce in the Philippine Islands a system of jury trial which...to comment and express its opinion to the jury upon the facts in every criminal case could be restored, and if the state and the defendant were deprived...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Association, Volumes 29-30

Ohio State Bar Association. Mid-Winter Meeting, Ohio State Bar Association - Bar associations - 1908
...cases, and indeed in regard to appeals in civil cases, a provision that no judgment of a trial court should be reversed, except for an error which the court after reading the entire record can affirmatively say would have led to a different verdict and judgment." This is a most remarkable...
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Readings in Civil Government

Percy Lewis Kaye - United States - 1910 - 535 pages
...could be passed, either abolishing the right of criminal appeal and leaving to the pardoning power, as in England, the correction of judicial wrong; or,...hundred under the present system would be avoided." In England the judge occupies a commanding position in the trial which is wholly denied to him in America....
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 70; Volume 1910

John Forrest Dillon, Seymour Dwight Thompson, William Law Murfree, John Davison Lawson, Alexander Henry Robbins, Elisha Greenhood, Lyne Shackelford Metcalfe, Needham Calvin Collier, William Arthur Gardner, Claude Perrin Berry - Law - 1910
...practice. On June 26th, 1905, in an address before the Yale Law School he said : "No judgment of a court below should be reversed, except for an error...can affirmatively say would have led to a different result." Other noted men of national reputation have deplored and denounced the practice of reversing...
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Readings on American State Government

Paul Samuel Reinsch - Constitutional law - 1911 - 473 pages
...and, indeed, in regard to appeals in civil cases, a provision that no judgment of a trial court should be reversed except for an error which the court, after reading the entire record, can affirmatively say would have led to a different verdict and judgment. This would do no...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1911
...No judgment of the court below should be reversed except for an error which the court, after hearing the entire evidence, can affirmatively say would have led to a different verdict. The bill also has the approval of the American Bar Association. It is almost impossible, even with...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Sessions of the Texas Bar Association, Volume 30

Texas Bar Association - Bar associations - 1912
...punishment, and then affirm the judgment of the trial court. President Taft, in a recent utterance, said: "No judgment of the court below should be reversed,...affirmatively say would have led to a different verdict. ' ' Last year the American Bar Association recommended that a statute of the United States should be...
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The Central Law Journal, Volume 61; Volume 1905

John Forrest Dillon, Seymour Dwight Thompson, John Davison Lawson, William Law Murfree, Elisha Greenhood, Alexander Henry Robbins, Lyne Shackelford Metcalfe, William Arthur Gardner, Needham Calvin Collier, Claude Perrin Berry - Law - 1905
...judicial wrong ; or, instead of that, if appeals must be allowed, then if a provision of law cduld be enacted by which no judgment of the court below...affirmatively say would have led to a different verdict, 99 reversals out of 100 under the present system would be avoided. Second, if the power of the court...
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