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Unformatted text preview: Livingston: Still was Pierson malicious? Judgment should be submitted to the sportsman, not to old writings. People change with time, as should laws. The pursued animal should belong to the hunter, not the chance occupant. Defense: Pierson Verdict: Overturned, Pierson is at fault, and it is not ok to take an animal that is knowingly being pursued. Therefore, Post won. Law and Economics Notes: Why bother paying money to stage a hunt on your own if you can shoot the animals from someone elses and claim them as your own?...
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- Fall '07