Courts on trial myth and reality in american justice by jerome frank princeton princeton university press 1949 pp xii 441 5 it has long seemed to me that book reviewers a grubby crew at best ought always to honor their random readers with a sort of caveat lector a full dis. Psychological approaches xii criticism of trial court decisions the gestalt xiii a trial as a communicative process xiv legal science and legal engineering xv the upper court myth xvi legal education courts on trial myth and reality in american justice courts on trial myth and reality in american justice. Humanity and the law courts on trial myth and reality in american justice by jerome frank princeton university press 441 pp 500 when twenty years ago jerome frank published his law and the modern mind its author took his place as our leading legal critic a position from which he has not been dislodgedfriends and enemies alike have constantly had to take note of him and to . Get this from a library courts on trial myth and reality in american justice jerome frank. He notes that the american system is about two sides using every tactic possible to impugn the facts raised by the other side eg in our rough treatment of w the introduction briefly summarizes his fact skepticism in which frank is uncertain about how successfully the judicial system ascertains what the facts are
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