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Civil Pleading In Scotland, Robert Wyness Millar Mar 1932

Civil Pleading In Scotland, Robert Wyness Millar

Michigan Law Review

It might be expected that, after the lodging of the answers and pleas in law on the part of the defender, a brief period would now be allowed the pursuer to put in a reply to any affirmative allegations contained in the defender's pleading. But this is not the case, at least in the sense of his lodging a separate pleading. He is given opportunity to reply, but by way of revising his condescendence. Basically, the principle is the same as that obtaining in our classic chancery practice, whereby the complainant amended his bill in order to include any special …


Waiver Of Jury Trial In Criminal Cases In Kentucky, Roy Mitchell Moreland Jan 1932

Waiver Of Jury Trial In Criminal Cases In Kentucky, Roy Mitchell Moreland

Kentucky Law Journal

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Proposed Legislation: Waiver Of Trial By Jury In Criminal Cases, Roy Mitchell Moreland Jan 1932

Proposed Legislation: Waiver Of Trial By Jury In Criminal Cases, Roy Mitchell Moreland

Kentucky Law Journal

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Has The State A Right To Trial By Jury In Criminal Cases?, Jerome Hall Jan 1932

Has The State A Right To Trial By Jury In Criminal Cases?, Jerome Hall

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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