An Essay on the Trial by Jury

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Spooner argues that it is principle in English law going back to Magna Carta that juries had the right to determine the justice of the laws under which a person might be tried, as well as whether or not the accused is guilty.

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An Essay on the Trial by Jury (Boston: John P. Jewett and Company, 1852).

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