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Constraints on judgement

D. A. Thomas

Constraints on judgement

the search for structured discretion in sentencing, 1860-1910.

by D. A. Thomas

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Published by University of Cambridge, Institute of Criminology in Cambridge .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesInstitute of Criminology Occasional Series -- no. 4
ContributionsUniversity of Cambridge. Institute of Criminology.
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Open LibraryOL13684097M

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Sec. (II) Constraint Of Judgment: (1) In General: Res Judicata A payment made after the entry of adverse judgment may be claimed, with better reason, to be made under compulsion.

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Lindell. Abstract. Group decisions must often obey exogenous constraints. While in a preference aggregation problem constraints are modelled by restricting the set of feasible alternatives, this paper discusses the modelling of constraints when aggregating individual yes/no judgments on interconnected by: 2.

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