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Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.2.3.1 Anglo-Saxon Land Custom 198
  • § 3.2.3.2 Serfdom: Villeins & Cottiers 204
  • § 3.2.3.3 The Copyholder 206
  • § 3.2.3.4 The Hundred Courts 209
  • § 3.2.4 Anglo-Saxon Limited Government 211

Common Law Training

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The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.2.5 Anglo-Saxon Common Law: Custom Unwritten 216
  • § 3.3 Scripture Holds Steady the Common Law 220
  • § 3.4 The Anglo-Danes 224

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.5 Norman Invaders Confirm Common Law 230
  • § 3.6 Why the Common Law Persisted in England 240
  • § 3.7 Common’s Law Resistance to Civil Law 246

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.7.1 Common Law: The Phrase’s Origin & Use 256
  • § 3.7.2 Steven Langton: Magna Carta –vs– Canon Law 258
  • § 3.7.3 Henry de Bracton: Justice –vs– Jurisprudence 261
  • § 3.7.4 Development of Parliament 264

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.7.5 John Wyclif: Case Law –vs– Tyrannical Law 274
  • § 3.7.6 John Fortescue: Limited King –vs– Absolute King 282
  • § 3.7.7 Præmunire: Common-Law Patriotism 283
  • § 3.7.8 Edward Coke: Due Process –vs– Absolute King 287
  • § 3.7.9 John Fuller: Right of Silence –vs– Forced Oath 289
  • § 3.7.10 John Lilburne: Saxon Ideals –vs– Norman Judges 291
  • § 3.7.11 The Westminster Confession & Magna Carta 293

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.7.12 The Great Writ: Habeas Corpus 296
  • § 3.7.12.1 The Great Writ: England & America 298
  • § 3.7.12.2 Suspension of the Great Writ 305
  • § 3.8 Roman Civil Law in Common-Law England 310
  • § 3.8.1 Civil Law’s Divine Right of Kings 315

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.8.2 English Kings & Divine Right 318
  • § 3.8.3 Civil Law’s Inquisition 330
  • § 3.8.4 Common Law’s Neck Verse 332
  • § 3.9 The Common Lawyer: Emergence & Development 334

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.9.1 Character of the Common Lawyer 339
  • § 3.9.2 Law French 340
  • § 3.9.3 Inns of Court 345
  • § 3.9.4 Early English Bar Divisions 352
  • § 3.9.5 Solicitor & Barrister 353
  • § 3.9.6 Chancery & Equity Practice 354

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.9.7 Early English Courts & Bar 362
  • § 3.9.8 Recent English Courts & Bar 367
  • § 3.10 Common Law in the American Colonies 370
  • § 3.10.1 Salem Witchcraft Trials: Common Law Ignored 374
  • § 3.10.2 The Colonial Common Lawyer 380
  • § 3.10.3 James Otis & the Writs of Assistance 382
  • § 3.10.4 American Liking for Common Law & Blackstone 384
  • § 3.10.5 Common-Law Homeland Security 390
  • § 3.10.6 The Mercenary & the Civil-Law State 393

Common Law Training

The Excellence of the Common Law by: Brent Allan Winters

  • § 3.11 Common Law in the United States 395
  • § 3.11.1 The American Common Lawyer 398
  • § 3.11.2 Dueling: American Vestige of Trial by Battle 405
  • § 3.11.3 Separation of Powers: Common-Law’s Standard 408
  • § 3.11.3.1 American Separation of Powers 412
  • § 3.11.3.2 The Jury’s Final Say 419
  • § 3.11.4 American Law: More English Than England’s 421