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19357In The Fair Administration Of Justice No Man Can Be Judge In His Own Case

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  • Legalbear
    Apr 13, 2013

      The rule of law that Alabama followed in this case reflects a belief that in the fair administration of justice no man can be judge in his own case, however exalted 321*321 his station, however righteous his motives, and irrespective of his race, color, politics, or religion.[16] This Court cannot hold that the petitioners were constitutionally free to ignore all the procedures of the law and carry their battle to the streets. One may sympathize with the petitioners' impatient commitment to their cause. But respect for judicial process is a small price to pay for the civilizing hand of law, which alone can give abiding meaning to constitutional freedom. Walker v. Birmingham, 388 US 307, 320-1 - Supreme Court 1967


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