Fabrizio Cassella

Justice before trial, despite the law

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The essay uses some writings of Anatole France about law, courts and justice in the context of the constitutional instability of the Third Republic to criticize the purely bureaucratic role of the judge who risks to apply uncritically the law of parliament in which the prejudices of the French Catholic and anti-Semitic society of the end of the nineteenth century could have been enclosed


  • Legislation
  • Judge
  • Judgement
  • Justice
  • Prejudice


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