necessity of law by William John Murray

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Statementby W. John Murray.
LC ClassificationsBF639 .M863
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Pagination165 p.
Number of Pages165
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LC Control Number24010065

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The life of the law has not been logic: it has been experience. The felt necessities. The doctrine of necessity is the basis on which extra-legal actions by state actors, which are designed to restore order, are found to be constitutional. It also includes the ability of a private person to violate a law without punishment where the violation of law was necessary to prevent even worse harm.

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Necessity. A defense asserted by a criminal or civil defendant that he or she had no choice but to break the law. The necessity defense has long been recognized as Common Law and has also been made part of most states' statutory law.

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Necessity: A defense that permits a person to act in a criminal manner when an emergency situation, not of the person's own creation compels the person to act in a criminal manner to avoid greater harm from occurring. Public Necessity: A necessity that.

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In the U.S. criminal law, necessity is a form of defense. Usually, defendants argue that their actions were necessary to prevent a greater evil. A person can use physical force upon another person when s/he reasonably believes that it is necessary to defend himself/herself or a third person.

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