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Late professor of philosophy at Case Western, joined by his brother Sanford, a law professor and former dean at Berkeley, in this recognized work. Both have long been acclaimed in the academic community for their evocative writings on criminal law and morality, and law review issues have been devoted to their scholarship.
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Tell the court you've read this book! It is not an easy read but is a history of the changing ideas on the purpose, duties and responsibilities of the jury and it's relationship to the law, the court and it's other members (judge, defendant and attorneys) over the last several hundred years of "western" court systems.
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