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Felix Frankfurter

Дата рождения: 15. Ноябрь 1882
Дата смерти: 22. Февраль 1965

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Felix Frankfurter was an Austrian-American lawyer, professor, and jurist who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Frankfurter served on the Supreme Court from 1939 to 1962, and was a noted advocate of judicial restraint in the judgments of the Court.

Frankfurter was born in Vienna and immigrated to New York City at the age of 12. After graduating from Harvard Law School, Frankfurter worked for Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson. During World War I, Frankfurter served as Judge Advocate General. After the war, he helped found the American Civil Liberties Union and returned to his position as professor at Harvard Law School. He became a friend and adviser of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who appointed him to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Louis Brandeis.

Frankfurter served on the Court until his retirement in 1962, and was succeeded by Arthur Goldberg. Frankfurter wrote the Court's majority opinions in cases such as Minersville School District v. Gobitis, Gomillion v. Lightfoot, and Beauharnais v. Illinois. He wrote dissenting opinions in notable cases such as Baker v. Carr, West Virginia State Board of Education v. Barnette, Glasser v. United States, and Trop v. Dulles.

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Цитаты Felix Frankfurter

„Convictions following the admission into evidence of confessions which are involuntary, i.e., the product of coercion, either physical or psychological, cannot stand.“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Judicial opinions, Context: Convictions following the admission into evidence of confessions which are involuntary, i. e., the product of coercion, either physical or psychological, cannot stand. This is so not because such confessions are unlikely to be true but because the methods used to extract them offend an underlying principle in the enforcement of our criminal law: that ours is an accusatorial and not an inquisitorial system — a system in which the State must establish guilt by evidence independently and freely secured and may not by coercion prove its charges against an accused out of his own mouth. Rogers v. Richmond, 365 U.S. 534, 540-41 (1961).

„But answers are not obtained by putting the wrong question and thereby begging the real one.“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Judicial opinions, Context: If one starts with the assumption that, in the absence of specific Congressional authority, a fixed rule of law precludes contracting officers from providing in a Government contract terms reasonably calculated to assure its performance even though there be no money loss through a particular default, there is no problem. But answers are not obtained by putting the wrong question and thereby begging the real one. Dissenting, Priebe and Sons v. United States, 332 U.S. 407, 420 (1947).

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„It must never be forgotten, however, that the Bill of Rights was the child of the Enlightenment. Back of the guarantee of free speech lay faith in the power of an appeal to reason by all the peaceful means for gaining access to the mind.“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Judicial opinions, Context: It must never be forgotten, however, that the Bill of Rights was the child of the Enlightenment. Back of the guarantee of free speech lay faith in the power of an appeal to reason by all the peaceful means for gaining access to the mind. It was in order to avert force and explosions due to restrictions upon rational modes of communication that the guarantee of free speech was given a generous scope. But utterance in a context of violence can lose its significance as an appeal to reason and become part of an instrument of force. Such utterance was not meant to be sheltered by the Constitution. Writing for the court, Milk Wagon Drivers Union of Chicago, Local 753. v. Meadowmoor Dairies, Inc., 312 U.S. 287 (1941).

„The Procrustean bed is not a symbol of equality.“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Judicial opinions, Context: The Procrustean bed is not a symbol of equality. It is no less inequality to have equality among unequals. Dissenting in New York v. United States, 331 U.S. 284, 353 (1947).

„National unity is the basis of national security.“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Judicial opinions, Context: National unity is the basis of national security. To deny the legislature the right to select appropriate means for its attainment presents a totally different order of problem from that of the propriety of subordinating the possible ugliness of littered streets to the free expression opinion through handbills. Minersville School District v. Gobitis, 310 U.S. 586 (1940).

„Lines should not be drawn simply for the sake of drawing lines“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Judicial opinions, Context: The line must follow some direction of policy, whether rooted in logic or experience. Lines should not be drawn simply for the sake of drawing lines. Dissenting in Pearce v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 315 U.S. 543, 558 (1942).

„Gratitude is one of the least articulate of the emotions, especially when it is deep.“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Other writings, Context: Gratitude is one of the least articulate of the emotions, especially when it is deep. I can express with very limited adequacy the passionate devotion to this land that possesses millions of our people, born, like myself, under other skies, for the privilege that that this county has bestowed in allowing them to partake of its fellowship. Speech accepting an award from the National Institute for Immigrant Welfare, Biltmore Hotel, New York (May 11, 1933).

„Congress is predominately a lawyers' body“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Judicial opinions, Context: Congress is, after all, not a body of laymen unfamiliar with the commonplaces of our law. This legislation was the formulation of the two Judiciary Committees, all of whom are lawyers, and the Congress is predominately a lawyers' body. Callanan v. United States, 364 U.S. 587, 594 (1961).

„Everything depends on our understanding of them.“

—  Felix Frankfurter
Other writings, Context: All our work, our whole life is a matter of semantics, because words are the tools with which we work, the material out of which laws are made, out of which the Constitution was written. Everything depends on our understanding of them. Reply to counsel who said a challenge from the bench was “just a matter of semantics,” Reader’s Digest (June 1964).

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