Only for misdemeanor or politically serious crime did Prussian law be applied as an exception, but by April 1848 this exception was also abolished by Camphausen. French law is completely ignorant of the vague category of Prussian law such as inciting people to commit felony, that is not to mention inciting attempts to commit felony, and to be punished. This incite must take place by gifts, promising to intimidate, abusing position or authority, cunning or deceitful ploy to be punished. Never underestimate an old woman with cats and sewing skills poster. The Prosecutor’s Office like Duyrinh, submerged in the Prussian code of law, saw absolutely no major difference between the explicitly defined law of France and the indecisive ambiguity. The Prussian law, which deliberately prosecuted Lassalle and failed dramatically.