MCCONNELL v - Sara Gugin 3/31/08 BLR 222 TR 5-6:15 Slavery...

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Sara Gugin 5/7/09 BLR 222 TR 5-6:15 Slavery Case Paper MCCONNELL v. HARDMAN SUPREME COURT OF ARKANSAS 15 Ark. 151; 1854 Ark. LEXIX 94 COUNSEL: Batson, for the Plaintiff. Fowler, for the Defendant. JUDGES: WATKINS, C. J. STATEMENT OF THE FACTS: The plaintiff filed three complaints. The first complained the said slave rode off with the horse without the permission from the slave’s master. The second was very similar to the first, however the third claimed that the trespassing was committed by the slave’s master (defendant). The master was not held liable for the occurrences and injuries sustained due to the trespassing of the slave as stated in the statute. In addition, the slave was not to held civilly liable for the actions of the master or any other third party involvement. QUESTION PRESENTED: Whether the slave, being considered property, should, while faced with the law, be charged as a person, and at the same time, be entitled to its protection for offenses committed by or against him. In addition, can the said slave be
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course BLR 222 taught by Professor Williamshirley during the Spring '08 term at Central Mich..

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MCCONNELL v - Sara Gugin 3/31/08 BLR 222 TR 5-6:15 Slavery...

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