The judge and the precedent: Towards an interpretation of the separation of powers
"The role of the judge during the Roman Republic was decisive and then abolished and relegated to the ""mouth of the law"" with the French Revolution. For his part, the judge in the common scheme, he is creator of law and its role is determinant in the American legal system....
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana
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