2 edition of Trial and error. found in the catalog.
Trial and error.
Originally published, Doubleday, 1937.
|Series||Classics of detection and adventure|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
How can the impersonal machinery of the legal system protect the rights of the individual?In Trial and Error: An Oxford Book of Legal Stories, Fred R. Shapiro and Jane Garry bring together thirty-two riveting stories, excerpts from novels, and nonfiction essays about the human dimensions of the law. From Sir Walter Scott's "The Two Drovers. But the book is better than just that. It gives the reader an insight into the British judicial system, and Mr. Berkeley spares no punches when he writes about the people in this honoured institution. The entire book is written with "tongue-in-cheek", and he handles it masterfully. Mr.4/5(1).
Non-descript, upstanding Mr Todhunter is told that he has only months to live. He decides to commit a murder for the good of mankind. Finding a worthy victim proves far from easy, and there is a false start before he settles on and dispatches his target. But then the police arrest an innocent man, and the honourable Todhunter has to set about Price Range: $ - $ The book's breezy style is evidently attuned to an American market in which the target reader is - in Marcus's own phrase - "Joe Sixpack" or, presumably, his female partner.
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Finding a worthy victim proves far from easy, and there is a false start before he settles on and dispatches his target. But then the police arrest an innocent man 4/4(1). Trial and Error in Criminal Justice Reform honors innovative policymakers and practitioners judges, cops, attorneys, parole officers, researchers, educators, and politicians by advocating that they be given the time, space, and encouragement to learn from their predecessors and analyze their own foibles."/5.
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In his impeccably detailed memoir, trial lawyer Tucker (May God Have Mercy, ) takes readers through some of the most celebrated and notorious courtroom dramas of the 20th expect an attorney to emphasize specifics: when discussing his defense of a paranoid schizophrenic in the mids, for example, Tucker describes the moment he received the call from the defendant’s father.
When Laurence Todhunter learns he has mere months to live due to a heart condition, the mild-mannered bachelor resolves to make a grand contribution to humanity: He will rid the world of the worst person he can find.
He's just about given up his goal when he comes across the perfect candidate: the glamorous Jean Norwood, a semifamous actress with a slew of destitute suitors and broken families.
Trial and Error: The American Controversy Over Creation and Evolution Edward John Larson, Richard B Russell Professor of History and Talmadge Professor of Law Edward J Larson, J.D., PH.D. Oxford University Press, - Creationism - pages. Trial and Error by Anthony Berkeley and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at in this book was correct at press time, the publisher and faculty do not assume and hereby disclaim any liability to any party for any loss, damage, or disruption caused by errors or omissions, whether such errors or omissions result from negligence, accident, or any other cause.
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InJohn C. Tucker began a legal career that would lead the Chicago Tribune to call him one of Chicago's finest and most idiosyncratic trial lawyers.The book shines throughout the legal melodrama, treating over-the-top courtroom antics with enough legalese to keep the proceedings from tipping into suspense-killing absurdity.
Wrongfully imprisoned sinceDennis Dechainehas never been allowed to present ALL the evidence. Dennis Dechaine, a year-old otherwise hard-working.