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Pacifico A. Agabin

Bio: Pacifico A. Agabin is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Court of equity & Political question. The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 1 citations.

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01 Jan 2012
TL;DR: There are two parties in the United States, most decidedly opposed to each other as to the rights, powers and province of the judiciary as mentioned in this paper... One party almost claims infallibility for the judges, and would hedge them round about in such a manner that they cannot be reached by popular opinion at all.
Abstract: There are two parties in the United States, most decidedly opposed to each other as to the rights, powers and province of the judiciary. . . . One party almost claims infallibility for the judges, and would hedge them round about in such a manner that they cannot be reached by popular opinion at all, and . . . the other would subject them to the vacillations of popular prejudice and seemingly require it of them to define and administer the law, and interpret the Constitution, according to the real or apparent expediency of things. —NILES’ WEEKLY REGISTER (1822)

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TL;DR: In this article, the extent to which informal networks shape the decisions of the Supreme Court of the Philippines has been studied empirically, and it has been shown that informal networks can influence the decision making process of the court.
Abstract: To what extent do informal networks shape the decisions of the Supreme Court of the Philippines? Though often raised in the Philippines, this question has never been studied empirically. To answer ...

10 citations