A criminal intent is generally an element of crime, but every man is presumed to intend the necessary and legitimate consequences of what he knowingly does. In this we see no error. These same considerations might have warranted different federal registration treatment of different categories of pre-Act offenders.
Worksbut was willing to accept it as it was, trusting that the good sense and honest intentions of the people would bring about the necessary alterations. Lord Coke also says that a principal cause of challenge is "so called because, if it be found true, it standeth sufficient of itself, without Page 98 U.
Our different reading, we concede, involves implementation delay. That is seen below, but cannot always be spread upon the record. And that delay can be justified by the need to accommodate other Act-related interests. This leaves the territorial courts free to act in obedience to the requirements of the territorial laws in force for the time being.
As this contest goes on, they multiply, Page 98 U. Were the challenges of certain other jurors by the government improperly sustained?