The Criminal Jurisprudence of the Ancient Hebrews: Compiled from the Talmud and Other Rabbinical Writings, and Compared with Roman and English Penal Jurisprudence

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2001 - 270 σελίδες
Mendelsohn, S. The Criminal Jurisprudence of the Ancient Hebrews. Compiled from the Talmud and other Rabbinical Writings, and Compared with Roman and English Penal Jurisprudence. Baltimore: M. Curlander, 1891. 270 pp. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 00-056304. ISBN 1-58477-150-X. Cloth. $80. * Mendelsohn offers his interpretation of criminal jurisprudence based on his analysis of the Talmud, and makes comparisons to Roman and English systems of same. Part titles are: Crimes and Punishments, The Synhedrion, The Trial, The Execution. Well annotated and indexed.
 

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I CRIMES AND PUNISHMENTS
25
2 Provisos
28
3 Misdemeanors Crimes and Penalties
37
4 Capital Crimes
44
5 Homicide
58
6 Murder
67
7 Persons Indictable
78
II THE SYNHEDRION
87
6 The Defendant
132
7 DISPROVAL AND CONFUTATION
135
8 The Deliberations
140
9 The Verdict
143
10 Reversal of Judgment
150
IV THE EXECUTION
153
2 The Executioners
156
3 The Consummation
157

2 QUALIFICATIONS
92
3 Sessions and Recruitment
96
4 Honorarium
102
III THE TRIAL
108
2 Time of Trial
112
3 Witnesses
115
4 Cautioning Witnesses
120
5 Examination
123
4 Posthumous Ignominies
161
5 Minor Punishments
166
6 Rehabilitation
173
MAXIMS AND RULES
175
CONCLUSION
185
APPENDIX
187
INDEX
255
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Σελίδα 38 - ... the whole should protect all its parts, and that every part should pay obedience to the will of the whole; or, in other words, that the community should guard the rights of' each individual member, and that (in return for this protection) each individual should submit to the laws CHAP. of the community; without which submission of all ¿; it was impossible that protection could be certainly extended to any.
Σελίδα 46 - In defiance of every principle of justice, he stretched to past as well as future offences the operations of his edicts, with the previous allowance of a short respite for confession and pardon. A painful death was inflicted by the amputation of the sinful instrument, or the insertion of sharp reeds into the pores and tubes of most exquisite sensibility...
Σελίδα 16 - A multitude of sanguinary laws (besides the doubt that may be entertained concerning the right of making them) do likewise prove a manifest defect either in the wisdom of the legislative, or the strength of the executive power. It is a kind of quackery in government, and argues a want of solid skill, to apply the same universal remedy, the ultimnm svpplicinm, to every case of difficulty.

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