Those moans express in the first place all the aimlessness of your pain, which is so humiliating to your consciousness; the whole legal system
of nature on which you spit disdainfully, of course, but from which you suffer all the same while she does not.
And do you suppose, from the character of our legal system
, that they will accept, or that they are in a position to accept, this fact-- resting simply on a psychological impossibility--as irrefutable and conclusively breaking down the circumstantial evidence for the prosecution?
Oh, don't say anything," cried the atheist cobbler, dancing about in an ecstasy of admiration of the English legal system
these differences, the Athenian legal system
unambiguously contained the
Separately, the Fatimid caliphate recognized the Jewish legal system
as having authority over those who chose to use it.
Out of his frustrations upon encountering the legal system
in 1999, Gene Louis determined to showcase what is wrong with the American legal profession and has published "Survival of The Slickest: Everyone's Risk Of Being Terrorized By Lawyers".
When not solving crimes, Dexter's committing them, offing serial killers who have slipped through the cracks of the legal system
Only 16% of American adults trust the legal system
to defend them against baseless claims, maintains a survey commissioned by Common Good and conducted by Harris Interactive.
The first fact concerns the existence or non-existence, in a given society, of a legal system
that functions efficaciously as a whole.
, which has kept runaway litigation at bay, eventually may be breached.
India does indeed have advantages, such as an English-based legal system
and a large English-speaking middle-class population.
With what is today described, however, as the decline of the state, (7) the notion of a legal system
may also suffer a corresponding decline.