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Gun violence has been one of the main topics of conversation of anyone talking jurisprudence throughout the country.

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Meanwhile, the Federal Elections Bill, or Lodge Bill, to oversee Southern elections failed in the summer of 1890, effectively closing the last window for national voting rights jurisprudence for decades to come.

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The degree he received was a doctorate in law, though his studies suggest interests beyond jurisprudence.

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It was this understanding that largely animated the jurisprudence of the Warren court and of the liberal justices in the years since.

Brennan held that his faith did not impact his jurisprudence.

To put it charitably, this is the jurisprudence of the simpleton.

This is hardly conservative jurisprudence: leaving a mess of uncertainty, followed by a mess of lawsuits.

Both are forbidden by both biblical and modern American jurisprudence.

This decision turned the trial of Whitey Bulger into one of the most lopsided cases in the history of jurisprudence.

Unwittingly, the Ukrainian-born, German POW and death camp guard reversed over 140 years of German jurisprudence.

He wrote on law, medical jurisprudence and political economy, and translated Justinian and Broussais.

Their reason for altering this plan and sending Peter to the School of Jurisprudence has not transpired.

Peter Ilich was too young to pass straight into the School of Jurisprudence.

At a later day the office was filled by Mr. Charles Austin, the distinguished writer on Jurisprudence.

In the departments of medicine and jurisprudence there are three degrees; those of Bachelor, Licentiate, and Doctor.


On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jurisprudence, such as: act, case, charge, charter, code, and constitution.

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