Reform in administration of justice.
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- Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1914.
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Livre de références : contenant le nom et l'adresse des juges, shérifs, protonotaires, avocats, notaires, huissiers, agents d'informations, comptables ou liquidateurs de faillites, encanteurs, etc. de la province de Québec, ainsi que les tarifs d'honoraires des avocats et huissiers, ainsi que des régistrateurs et notaires / par J.T.R. Loranger.
KF 8700 A19 L48 1887
- Reform in administration of justice.
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Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1914
- Item Description:
"The papers in this volume were collected and edited by Carl Kelsey."Adult probation, by W. Bolster. The juvenile court movement from a lawyer's standpoint, by E. Lindsey. The trend of the juvenile court, by T.D. Eliot. Justice for the immigrant, by F.A. Kellor. The alien in relation to our laws, by G.C. Speranza. The advisability of a public defender, by R.S. Gray. The women's night court in New York City, by F.H. Whitin. The opportunity for women in court administration, by Mary M. Bartelme.--pt. 3. Foreign practice: A comparison of some of the principles and rules of practice of the American and Canadian courts, by D.W. Amram. Legal procedure in England, by J.L. Griffiths.--Appendix: Causes for dissatisfaction with administration of justice in metropolitan districts. Book Department. Report of the Board of Directors, American Academy of Political and Social Science. Index.
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vi p., 1 l., 278 p. ; 25 cm.
Table of Contents
- pt. 1. Civil: Methods of selecting and retiring judges in a metropolitan district, by A.M. Kales. The recall of decisions, by M. Storey. Constitutional growth through recall of decisions, by D.R. Richberg. The grand jury of the county of New York, by G.H. Putnam. The police and the administration of justice, by G.H. McCaffrey. The use of the pardoning power, by W.W. Smithers. Uniform legislation in the United States, by W.G. Smith. Organization of the bar, by H. Harley.
- pt. 2. Criminal: Crime
- from a statistical viewpoint by J. Koren. Critique on recording data concerning criminals by W. Healy. The evolution of our criminal procedure, by S. Scoville, Jr. Reform in criminal procedure, by W.E. Mikell. State indemnity for errors of criminal justice, by E.M. Borchard. Chicago court of domestic relations, by W.N. Gemmill. The privilege of the accused to refuse to testify, by H.R. Limburg.