Justice Administration Of United States States : These estimable courts [electronic resource] : understanding public perceptions of state judicial institutions and legal policy-making / Damon M. Cann and Jeff Yates.; Cann, Damon M.,
Justice Biblical Teaching Sermons : Two sermons preach'd at St. Maries in Bury St. Edmunds, at the assizes : the first upon the seventh of April 1698, before the Honourable Sir Thomas Rokeby, Kt. ... : the second upon the 16th of August 1698, before the Right, Honourable Sir Edward Ward, Kt. ... / by William Bedford ...; Bedford, William,
Justice Of The Peace Scotland : Articles concerning the authoritie of justices of peace and constables, established within the Kingdome of Scotland / allowed, and since enlarged be His Majestie, with advise of the lords of His Highnes Privie Counsell of the said kingdome, the xvj day of Iulie, 1612.; Scotland.
Justice Sermons : God's court : wherein the dignity and duty of judges and magistrates is shew'd in a sermon preached at the assises held at Kingston upon Thames, July 26, 1683 / by Thomas Willis ...; Willis, Thomas,
Justice Society : Justice and democracy : essays for Brian Barry / edited by Keith Dowding, Robert E. Goodin, and Carol Pateman.
Justices Of Peace England Early Works To 1800 : Irenarches redivivus. Or, A briefe collection of sundry usefull and necessary statutes and petitions in Parliament : (not hitherto published in print, but extant onely in the Parliament rolls) concerning the necessity, utility, institution, qualification, jurisdiction, office, commission, oath, and against the causlesse, clandestine dis-commissioning of justices of peace; fit to be publikely known and observed in these reforming times. With some short deductions from them; and a touch of the antiquity and institution of assertors and justices of peace in other forraign kingdomes. Together with a full refutation of Sir Edward Cooks assertion, and the commonly received erronious opinion, of a difference between ordinances and Acts of Parliament in former ages; here cleerly manifested to be then but one and the same in all respects, and in point of the threefold assent. Published for the common good, by William Prynne of Lincolns-Inne, Esq.; Prynne, William,
Justices Of The Peace Early Works To 1800 : Some queries, proposed to discover the necessity of magistrates and laws: and engaging to defend both : They are writ for those sakes who are not yet come into so great a measure of light and love, and charity, as to bear all things, and to see all things lawful: 'tis light that discovers the lawfulness of things, and charity bears them; and 'tis love that fulfils all law; (and these three are one:) and when all law is fulfilled, or fulled full, where then is there place in such, for unlawful, or law unfilled?; Jenings, Francis.
Justices Of The Peace England London : The peace of justice, or, The authoritie of a justice of peace : anciently established amongst the first principles of the fundamental laws of England, under the names of conservators, &c. : continually confirmed by parliaments from time to time, but eftsoon over-born by corrupt superiorities, till now restored to its pristine libertie, by the keepers of the libertie of England by authoritie of Parliament ... : one of which, being for the liberties of Westminster and S. Martins le Grand London, is herein Englished, interposed, and post-scribed with some reasons extracted out of statutes and other authours ... / by John Jones ...; Jones, John.
Justices Of The Peace England Middlesex : Strange news from Hick's-Hall, or, An order of some of the justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex, in the last quarter-sessions, for the bailiffs of liberties to return juries : with some observations upon the same, in vindication of the sheriff's power.
Justices Of The Peace England Middlesex Early Works To 1800 : Strange news from Hicks's-Hall. Or, An order of some of the justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex, in the last quarter-sessions, for the bailiffs of liberties to return juries. : With some observations upon the same, in vindication of the sheriff's power.