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" ... justly a party may be responsible for his acts arising from it to Almighty God, human tribunals are generally restricted from punishing them, since they are not the acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of... "
The American Jurist - Page 9
1830
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Reports of cases argued and determined in the Circuit Court of the ..., Volume 5

United States. Circuit Court (1st Circuit), William Powell Mason - Law reports, digests, etc - 1831
...acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of intoxication, he would have been liable to be convicted of murder....; to the actual state of the party, and not to the causes, which remotely produced it. Many species of insanity arise remotely from what in a moral view...
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United States Criminal History: Being a True Account of the Most Horrid ...

Crime - 1836 - 550 pages
...acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of intoxication, he would have been liable to be convicted of murder....actual state of the party, and not to the cause which produced it. Many species of insanity arise remotely from what, in a moral view, is a criminal ueglect...
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A TREATISE ON THE MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE OF INSANITY

I. RAY, M.D. - 1838
...acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of intoxication, he would have been liable to be convicted of murder....species of insanity arise remotely from what, in a moral point of view, is a criminal neglect or fault of the party, as from religious melancholy, undue exposure,...
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Historia Placitorum Coronae: The History of the Pleas of the Crown, Volume 1

Sir Matthew Hale, Sollom Emlyn - Pleas of the crown - 1847
...of insanity remotely occasioned by previous habits of gross indulgence in spirituous liquors. The kw ties granted or belonging to the queen's causes which remotely produced it 2 Greenl. on Er>. 374. Drunkenness, it was said in an early case,...
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Historia Placitorum Coronae: The History of the Pleas of the Crown, Volume 1

Sir Matthew Hale, Sollom Emlyn - Pleas of the crown - 1847
...result of insanity remotely occasioned by previous habits of gross indulgence in spirituous liquors. The law looks to the immediate, and not to the remote cause; to the actual stale of the party, and not to the causes which remotely produced it. 2 Greenl.onEc.^ 374. Drunkenness,...
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The Monthly Law Reporter, Volume 16

Stephen Henry Phillips - Law - 1854
...acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of intoxication, he would have been liable to be convicted of murder....liquor, he cannot be pronounced guilty of the offence. The,law looks to the immediate, and not to the remote cause; to the actual state of the party, and...
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writings of levi woodbury, LL.D political judical and literary

1852
...acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of intoxication, he would have been liable to be convicted of murder....actual state of the party, and not to the cause which produced it. Many species of insanity arise remotely from what, in a moral view, is a criminal neglect...
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Judicial

Levi Woodbury, Nahum Capen - Law - 1852
...acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of intoxication, he would have been liable to be convicted of murder....actual state of the party, and not to the cause which produced it. Many species of insanity arise remotely from what, in a moral view, is a criminal neglect...
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Michigan Reports: Cases Decided in the Supreme Court of Michigan, Volume 217

Michigan. Supreme Court, Harry Burns Hutchins, Randolph Manning, George C. Gibbs, Thomas McIntyre Cooley, Elijah W. Meddaugh, William Jennison, Hovey K. Clarke, Hoyt Post, Henry Allen Chaney, William Dudley Fuller, John Adams Brooks, Marquis B. Eaton, Herschel Bouton Lazell, James M. Reasoner, Richard W. Cooper, Van Buren Denslow, Marshall Davis Ewell, Edgar Arthur Cooley, John L. Stoddard, Edward Gott (A.), Russell Cowles Ostrander - Law reports, digests, etc - 1922
...acts of a reasonable being. Had the crime been committed while Drew was in a fit of intoxication, he would have been liable to be convicted of murder....from liquor, he cannot be pronounced guilty of the offense. The law looks to the immediate, and not to the remote cause ; to the actual state of the party,...
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A Selection of Legal Maxims: Classified and Illustrated

Legal maxims - 1852 - 607 pages
...provision of the law of nations, and cannot be charged upon the underwriters.1 The same principle, that the law looks to the immediate and not to the remote cause of damage, is likewise applicable in some cases where the liability of carriers comes under consideration....
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