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Making of Modern Law: Trials, 1600-1926

A legal history collection of Anglo-American trials from 1600-1926, providing facsimile copies of over 10,000 trial transcripts, briefs, arguments, and other court documents, as well as popular printed accounts of sensational trials.
A legal history collection of Anglo-American trials from 1600-1926, providing facsimile copies of over 10,000 trial transcripts, briefs, arguments, and other court documents, as well as popular printed accounts of sensational trials. Includes English language trials on topics such as commercial law, conspiracy, constitutional law, crimes against persons, domestic relations, dueling, elections, impeachment, international law, land, libel, slavery, torts, treason, and wills, among many other subjects. The searchable digital collection includes famous trials involving Oscar Wilde, the Boston Massacre, the Bounty mutineers, and Salem witchcraft.
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