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[37] Nor shall any authority, however great, induce me to abandon my opinion that it is always desirable to render the judge attentive and ready to receive [p. 27] instruction. I am well aware that those who disagree with me urge that it is to the advantage of a bad case that its nature should not be understood; but such lack of understanding arises not from inattention on the part of the judge, but from his being deceived.

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