The Nature of the Judicial Process

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William S. Hein, 1997 - Judicial process - 180 pages
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In this legal classic, a former Associate Supreme Court Justice explains the conscious and unconscious processes by which a judge decides a case. In simple, understandable language, he discusses the ways rulings are guided and shaped by information, precedent and custom, and standards of justice and morals.

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4819. The Nature of the Judicial Process, by Benjamin N, Cardozo. LL.D. (read 20 Apr 2011) This book sets out four lectures which Cardozo gave at Yale in 1921. Tey are still highly pertinent in today ... Read full review

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