Judgment Sermons Early Works To 1800 : The vvorlds assises. Or A sermon preached at Paules Crosse the tenth day of Iuly 1614. being the Sunday before the end of Trinity terme. By Nathanael Kitchener, student in diuinitie, and preacher of Gods word at Grauenhurst in Bedfordshire; Kitchener, Nathanael,
Judgments England Early Works To 1800 : Murther will out: or, an unrighteous discharge, no security to the murtherer : Demonstrating, that notwithstanding those great endeavours, which Sir Harbotle Grimstone, (with the rest of his brethren) used in the second tryal of Mr. Crosby, to secure him from the stroke of justice: and to repair the ruines of their own decayed reputations; yet these two grand designs have altogether failed under their hands; and their projects in this respect have sustained a great frustration and disappointment. Presented to the serious consideration of the said Sir Harbotle, and the rest of the justices who sat with him at the said tryal, Octob. 10. 1662.
Judgments Foreign Great Britain : Res judicata, estoppel, and foreign judgments : the preclusive effects of foreign judgments in private international law.; Barnett, Peter R.
Judgments Foreign United States : The proposed Hague Convention on jurisdiction and foreign judgments : trans-atlantic lawmaking for transnational litigation / Samuel P. Baumgartner.; Baumgartner, Samuel P.
Judgments Great Britain : The declaratory judgment / The Rt. Hon. The Lord Woolf and Jeremy Woolf ; with a section on the Declarator in Scotland by the Hon. Lord Clyde.; Woolf, Harry,
Judicial Corruption England Early Works To 1800 : The bribe-takers of jury-men partiall, dishonest, and ignorant discovered and abolished; and, honest, judicious, able, and impartiall restored; : and their equall election to try causes, and find inquests. / Written, proposed, and tendred to the same intent and purpose as all the former proposalls, to and for the saving to the honest people of this nation the thirty hundred thousand pounds yearly are. By William Leach of the Middle-Temple.; Leach, William.
Judicial Error England Cases Early Works To 1800 : The innocent in prison complayning: or, A true relation of the proceedings of the committee at Ipswich, the committee at Bury St. Edmunds, in the county of Suffolke, against one Andrew Wyke : a witnesse of Jesus, in the same county; who was committed to prison, June 3, 1646 and there to abide without bayle or mainprise, untill the next sessions or assizes to be holden in the aforesayd country ... To which is annexed a relation of the imprisonment of John Dutten who was violently surprised in his bed in the towne of Strade-brooke, by the constables of the sayd towne, without any warrant from any justice of peace or any other in authority ...
Judicial Error England Early Works To 1800 : The triumphs of justice over unjust judges: : exhibiting, I. The names and crimes of four and forty judges hang'd in one year in England, as murderers for their corrupt judgments. II. The case of the Lord Chief Justice Tresilian, hang'd at Tyburn, and all the rest of the judges of Fngland [sic] (save one) banisht in K. Rich. the 2ds time. III. The crimes of Empson and Dudley, fxecuted [sic] in K. Henry the 8th's days. IV. The proceedings of the ship-money-judges in the reign of K. Charles the first. V. Diverse other presidents both antient and modern. To which is added VI. The judges oath, and some observations thereupon. Humbly dedicated to the Lord Chief Justice Scroggs.; Philo-Dicaios.
Judicial Error France : A - Case of Sainte-Marie v. France : judgment of 16 December 1992 : B - Case of De Geouffre de la Pradelle v. France : judgment of 16 December 1992.; European Court of Human Rights.