The compilation of Quotes and Maxims is bound to be a companion to every lawyer, judge, jurist and scholar. “There are phrases, solemn and imposing in form, which seldom or never render any real assistance in the solution of a legal puzzle; but on the contrary actually, retard that situation. They are mere truism; or mere identical prepositions; or moral precepts; or principle of legislation, but not working rules of law.” – Smith Jeremiah, “The Use of Maxims in Jurisprudence”, Harvard Law Review, (1895) Vol. 9, p. 13
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