|Part I: THE IDEAL JUDGE AND THE PARTIAL JUDGE |
|A. The Impartiality of God |
|1. God Does Not Take Bribes|
John T. Noonan Jr., Bribes ( 1984)3
|2. God Does Not Discriminate|
William de Ralegh and
Henri de Bracton, The Laws and
Customs of England ( 1270), Volume 215
|3. The Skin of Sisamnes|
John T. Noonan Jr., Persons and Masks of the Law ( 1976)16
|4. The Oath That Binds|
Marbury v. Madison, 1 Cranch 137 ( 1803)17
|5. The Blindfold, the Sword, and the Scales|
Alfred Denning, The Closing Chapter ( 1983)18
|B. The Mask of Impartiality |
|1. "The Passengers of Palsgraf"|
John T. Noonan Jr., Persons and Masks of the Law ( 1976)22
|C. Monsters |
|1. The Confession of Chancellor Francis Bacon (1620)|
John T. Noonan Jr., Bribes ( 1984)35
James Spedding, The Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon
( 1874), Volume 736
|2. The Conviction of United States Circuit Judge Martin T. Manton|
United States v. Manton, 107 F.2d 834 (2d Cir. 1939)39
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Book title: The Responsible Judge:Readings in Judicial Ethics.
Contributors: John T. Noonan Jr. - Editor, Kenneth I. Winston - Editor.
Place of publication: Westport, CT.
Publication year: 1993.
Page number: vii.
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