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If The Laws Do Not Punish An Offender, Let Him Go Unpunished

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    [110] `If the laws in being do not punish an offender, let him go unpunished; let the legislature, admonished of the defect of the laws, provide against
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      [110]    " `If the laws in being do not punish an offender, let him go unpunished; let the legislature, admonished of the defect of the laws, provide against the commission of future crimes of the same sort. The escape of one delinquent can never produce so much harm to the community, as may arise from the infraction of a rule, upon which the purity of public justice, and the existence of civil liberty, essentially depend.' " 3 Commentaries on the Constitution §1338, at 211, n. 2. Carmell v. Texas, 2000.SCT.0042092 <http://www.versuslaw.com> ¶ 109-110; 529 U.S. 513 (2000).

       

       

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