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digest of the decisions of the federal courts

Frederick C. Brightly

digest of the decisions of the federal courts

from the organization of the government to the present time [1789-1873].

by Frederick C. Brightly

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Published by Kay & brother in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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  • United States.
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    • Law reports, digests, etc. -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBy Frederick C. Brightly ...
      ContributionsUnited States. Courts.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLAW
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6728809M
      LC Control Number29012347

      Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: West Group.; West Publishing Company. OCLC Number: Notes: On spine: Beginning Kept up to date by pocket parts and supplementary pamphlets with title: West's Oregon digest 2d. A digest of decisions in criminal cases, contained in the reports of the federal courts and the courts of the several states, from the earliest period to the present time Item Preview remove-circle.

      This Complete Digest is planned to be the single most comprehensive source for the entire case-law of the Supreme Court, since its Click on TITLE to choose available options. Complete Digest of Supreme Court Cases, Vol All of these as well as those cases not covered by our print collection are available electronically through Westlaw at our public computers. See our list of databases below. Our digests include West’s Washington Digest 2d, General and Decennial digests, Federal Practice Digest, United States Supreme Court Digest, and Pacific Digest.

      The Federal Supplement organizes court opinions within each volume by the date of the decision, and includes the full official text of the court's opinion. West editors add headnotes that summarize key principles of law in the cases, and Key Numbers that classify the decisions by topic within the West American Digest System. the first volume of the Federal Practice Digest the first volume of the United States Code A federal court decision generally cannot change state law. It may persuade the state courts to review state law, but its decision usually does not force changes in the state law. these books contain case abstracts of points of law prepared by the.


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