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  • On the exclusion of the evidence of accused persons 

    O'Hagan, John (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1875)
    Some apology is, I feel, due to the Society for the selection of a subject so often discussed here and elsewhere; yet when the topic is a proposed reform, it can hardly be said to be exhausted until either it has been ...
  • On the practicability of codifying English law, with a specimen code of the law of evidence 

    Lawson, James A. (Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1872)
    There is a very natural desire on the part of the public to have our laws simplified and condensed. It is a legal maxim that everyone is supposed to know the law, and every person is visited with the consequences of his ...