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" ground on which this ought to be placed, "I apprehend, is that the parent ought to be considered "as acting in a judicial capacity when he corrects, and, of "course, not liable for errors of opinion. "
The law of baron and femme, of parent and child, guardian and ward, master ... - Page 287
by Tapping Reeve, Lucius Eugene Chittenden - 1846 - 466 pages
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A Treatise on the Right of Personal Liberty: And on the Writ of Habeas ...

Rollin Carlos Hurd - Extradition - 1858 - 677 pages
...eminent author arrives at the following conclusion: "The true ground on which this ought to be placed is, that the parent ought to be considered as acting...although the punishment should appear to the triers unreasonably severe and in no measure proportioned to the offence, yet if it should also appear that...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Court of ..., Volume 32

Vermont. Supreme Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1861
...venial folly to which none or very little correction ought to be applied, by others will be considered an offence that requires very severe treatment. The...he corrects, and of course not liable for errors of Lander v. Seaver. opinion. And although the punishment should appear to the triers to be unreasonably...
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A Treatise on the Right of Personal Liberty: And on the Writ of Habeas ...

Rollin Carlos Hurd - Extradition - 1876 - 670 pages
...eminent author arrives at the following conclusion : "The true ground on which this ought to be placed is, that the parent ought to be considered as acting...judicial capacity, when he corrects; and of course not 1 2 Kent, 203. liable for errors of opinion ; and although the punishment should appear *to the triers...
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A General Treatise on Statutes: Their Rules of Construction, and the Proper ...

Sir Fortunatus Dwarris, Platt Potter - Constitutional law - 1885 - 693 pages
...and thereby proving a nuisance to the community. The true ground upon which this ought to be placed, is, that the parent ought to be considered as acting in a judicial capacity when he correots ; and of course not liable for errors of opinion. And although the punishment should appear...
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The American Decisions: Containing All the Cases of General Value ..., Volume 76

Bancroft-Whitney Company, John Proffatt, Abraham Clark Freeman - Law reports, digests, etc - 1886
...considered an offense that requires very severe treatment. The parent is bound to correct a child BO as to prevent him from becoming the victim of vicious...unreasonably severe, and in no measure proportioned to the offense, yet if it should also appear that the parent acted conscientiously, and from motives of duty,...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Appellate Court of ..., Volume 28

Indiana. Appellate Court - Law reports, digests, etc - 1902
...357, in discussing the right and the duty of a parent to correct his minor child, the author says: "The true ground on which this ought to be placed,...although the punishment should appear to the triers to be imreasonably severe, and in no measure proportioned to the offense, yet, if it should also appear 212...
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Pennsylvania Justices' Law Reporter; Containing Cases Decided in ..., Volume 3

Pennsylvania. Courts - Local government - 1905
...which none, or very "little correction ought to be applied, by others will be con"sidered as an offense that requires very severe treatment. "The parent is...unreasonably "severe, and in no measure proportioned to the offense, yet if "it should also appear that the parent acted conscientiously Commonwealth v. Ebert...
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Select cases on the law of torts: with notes, and a summary of ..., Volume 2

John Henry Wigmore - Law - 1912
...extent of the punishment that may be administered for the good of the child. It is further urged that a , p. 114.) Judicial proceedings, his child, and should not be held liable, even if the punishment should appear to the triers of fact...
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Modern American law: a systematic and comprehensive commentary on ..., Volume 2

Eugene Allen Gilmore, William Charles Wermuth - Law - 1914
...extent of the punishment that may be administered for the good of the child. It is further urged that a parent ought to be considered as acting in a judicial capacity when he corrects his child, and should not be held liable, even if the punishment should appear to the triers of fact...
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