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The totally different roles of case regulation in civil and customary law traditions create differences in the way that courts render selections. Everlasting Army Tribunal at Metz, Trial of Philippe Rust, Judgment of 5 March 1948, summarized in Regulation Experiences of Trials of Conflict Criminals, Vol.
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