Smith v. Croom

Smith v. Croom

Lower Court

  • Leon County


  • 1839


  • 452


  • 805


His fellow citizen to go before hire he is to be shipped of his estate and reduced to almost that ?? without having the benefit so dear to every American citizen in train by jury. I submit then that the cause should have been commanded and an issue directed. Our Law particularly leans to jury trails and seeks to exclude all questions of fact from causing before the judiciary. This policy is evidenced by the statute which forbids a judge to charge upon matters of fact save in writing, thus ??? guarding the pension of the jury. The English Chancellors have when the evidence dutiful & complicating preferred to send the questions of fact to a ??? the books are full of such cases judge King did not deem it necessary to decide upon the question of sensorship so far as the son was ???? was