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Judge Villanti: On Law and Justice

Troubled that the majority’s application of general principles leads to an exceptionally unjust result, Judge Villanti’s dissent in this case invokes the following line:

In civil jurisprudence it too often happens that there is so much law, that there is no room for justice, and that the claimant expires of wrong in the midst of right, as mariners die of thirst in the midst of water.

The quote is attributed to Caleb Charles Colton.

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