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Grand-jurors are bound by the law to apprize the court to which they belong of all
the misdemeanors which may have been ... interest of the citizen,‡ and this great
principle is constantly to be met with in studying the laws of the United States.
Why the American judges have the right of declaring the laws to be
unconstitutional.—How they use this right.—Precautions taken by the legislator to
prevent its abuse. - - I HAVE thought it essential to devote a separate chapter to
the judicial ...
Parliament which makes the laws also makes the Constitution; and consequently
a law emanating from the three powers of the State can in no case be
unconstitutional. But neither of these remarks is applicable to America. In the
United States ...
... religion, the same language, the same customs, and almost the same laws;
they were struggling against a common enemy; and these reasons were
sufficiently strong to unite them one to another, and to consolidate them into one
There is no country in the world in which everything can be provided for by the
laws, or in which political institutions can prove a substitute for common sense
and public morality. - 3DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE POSITION OF THE ...
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The social state of these tribes differed also in many respects from all that was seen in the Old World. They seemed to have multiplied freely in the midst of their deserts, without coming in contact with other races more civilized than their own.