TWEED'S CASE. CUMULATIVE SENTENCES.

St. Louis: G.I. Jones and Company, 1877. Original printed wrappers. 14, [2 blanks] pp. Wraps a bit soiled, Very Good.

Bishop's rare essay is reprinted from the Southern Law Review. A New York trial judge had sentenced Boss Tweed to consecutive terms of imprisonment for guilty verdicts on a number of counts contained in the indictment against him. On appeal, however, the court held that consecutive sentences of imprisonment were impermissible; and that, after serving the sentence for his conviction on the first count, he was entitled to his freedom. Bishop disagrees, and explains why.
OCLC 42456321 [2- Yale, Hayes Pres. Ctr.]. Item #26377

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