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" Caspar, says that of all the many accused never a one was condemned, and in no one case was the crime proven. "
The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children - Page 89
1896
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A System of practical medicine, Volume 4

1886
...imprisoument of from five to twenty years, that eminent teacher of med"ical jurisprndence, JL Casper, says that " Of all the many accused, never a one was...words of the law and the sympathy of the community, which, notwithstanding the abhorrence expressed, still accompanies these criminals, though not to so...
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A System of Practical Medicine, Volume 4

William Pepper - Medicine - 1886
...imprisonment of from five to twenty years, that eminent teacher of medical jurisprudence, JL Casper, says that " Of all the many accused, never a one was...words of the law and the sympathy of the community, which, notwithstanding the abhorrence expressed, still accompanies these criminals, though not to so...
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The Sexual Instinct: Its Use and Dangers as Affecting Heredity and Morals ...

James Foster Scott - Sexual Ethics - 1898 - 436 pages
...disposed to visit the mother with great harshness. Engelmann, in an article on " Abortion, " says : nals almost invariably escape; and even in the states of...words of the law and the sympathy of the community." ' Laws have no efficacy unless there is an inclination to obey them ; when this inclination is firmly...
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Heredity and Morals as Affected by the Use and Abuse of the Sexual Instinct ...

James Foster Scott - Prostitution - 1900 - 436 pages
...disposed to visit the mother with great harshness. Engelmann, in an article on " Abortion," says: nals almost invariably escape; and even in the states of...words of the law and the sympathy of the community." 1 Laws have no efficacy unless there is an inclination to obey them; when this inclination is firmly...
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The Western Clinical Recorder, Volume 2, Issue 4

1900
...England, can conviction be secured. Caspar, a teacher of medical jurisprudence, says: "In Germany, of all the many accused, never a one was condemned, and in no one case was the crime proven." The attorney-general of the State of Massachusetts reported the arrest and trial of thirty-two abortionists...
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Transactions of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin for the ..., Volume 34

State Medical Society of Wisconsin - Medicine - 1900
...Caspar — a teacher of medical jurisprudence — says: "In* Germany, of all the many accused, never one was condemned, and in no one case was the crime proven." The AttorneyGeneral of the State of Massachusetts reported the arrest and trial of thirty-two abortionists...
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New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 57

Medicine - 1905
...successful prosecution, as I well knew before. JL Casper an eminent student of Jurisprudence recently said : "Of all the many accused, never a one was condemned, and in no one case was the crime proven." The laws in Louisiana are about the same on this subject as in all the other states, very rigid if...
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Transactions of the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the ..., Volumes 92-93

Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of the State of Maryland - Medicine - 1890
...are known — In the larger cities of this continent as well as Europe, they achieve a wide spread fame — are well known, and yet rarely, if ever convicted....— and of a necessity must always be, to kill the foetus ; this being done in the dark like other deeds of evil, there are no witnesses, and the crime...
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Medical Insurance: Devoted to the Insurance Examiner and Clinical ..., Volume 17

Ferdinand Eugene Daniel - Medicine - 1902
...where the law is very strict. According to an eminent teacher of medical jurisprudence, JL Casper, who says that "Of all the many accused, never a one was...condemned, and in no one case was the crime proven." The States of Maine, Massachusetts and New Jersey have ruled by their supreme courts, that "to cause...
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