Smith v. Croom

Smith v. Croom

Lower Court

  • Leon County


  • 1839


  • 452


  • 805


Court by any argument original with myself. I rely not at all on my opinions or my views. I should not offer them unsupported. I can only paint the Court to decisions of eminent Judges which I think still served to change the views they have expressed after they had heard argument in which the great elegance and skillful. Conduct of the concluding counsel had caused the ??? effects put forth in behalf of my client to be cast into the shade and an impression created which time and study of all the authorities are requisite are necessary before the Court can feel satisfied with their talk. I can but supply industry and research and point out where the law is to be found which I hope may incline the Court so far to doubt as to allow a re hearing. I cannot hope to make an argument that will have any ?? height . We all look to the books for