Explain the primary reasoning that Justices Sedgwick, Strong, and Dana each gave for how they decided in the case of Martin v. Massachusetts, and how they interpreted the confiscation law as it applied to feme-coverts.

1) Explain the primary reasoning that Justices Sedgwick, Strong, and Dana each gave for how they decided in the case of Martin v. Massachusetts, and how they interpreted the confiscation law as it applied to feme-coverts. Be specific.
2) Do you think the Court made the correct decision—according to the law of the time and their explanations given? Why? and, do you think this decision had a positive or negative effect for women—those at that time, and going forward in the future? Why? Be specific.