…damages for mental suffering alone, as an independent cause of action, were never allowed at common law. In supporting this view the Virginia Supreme Court has stated that the difficulty in such cases is the character of the damages claimed. The injuries in such cases are too hard to determine with any reasonable certainty, are more often assumed than real, and the suit too liable to be wholly speculative. If every one was allowed damages for injuries to his feelings caused by someone else, the chief business of mankind might be fighting one another in the courts.
5C Michie’s Jurisprudence Damages § 43 (2006). (via interruptions)
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To become a lawyer is not to become a liar or to aid in the propagation of the untruth.
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This is the day. Fill in the effin blanks in Criminal Procedure(Dean A). From Rule 110 to Rule 116, that’s 8, 455 words right there!and 400 page to read and memorize in LTD.(Judge J)
I didn’t sign up for this. I officially hate Law school. :/
but then again, do I have a choice? ugh!