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From Indictment To Information -- Implications Of The Shift, George H. Dession Dec 1932

From Indictment To Information -- Implications Of The Shift, George H. Dession

Faculty Scholarship Series

RECALLING Bentham's assertion that the grand jury had been per-forming no useful function since the beginning of modern prosecu-tion, and remarking the unanimity of modern expert studies to the same effect, the Report on Prosecution by the National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement concludes:

"that under modern conditions the grand jury is seldom better than a rubber stamp of the prosecuting attorney and has ceased to perform or be needed for the function for which it was established and for which it was retained throughout the centuries; that .... an unnecessary work burden upon the administration of justice .... should ...


Boston College Bulletin, Law, 1932, Boston College Sep 1932

Boston College Bulletin, Law, 1932, Boston College

Boston College Bulletin

The annual bulletin of Boston College Law School. Includes information on course offerings and administrative policies, as well as a general description of the law school. Published annually as an issue of the Boston College Bulletin.


David Mcdonald, Flora Mcdonald Ketcham Sep 1932

David Mcdonald, Flora Mcdonald Ketcham

David McDonald (1842-1853)

No abstract provided.


The School Of Jurisprudence (Academic Year 1931-1932), College Of William & Mary Apr 1932

The School Of Jurisprudence (Academic Year 1931-1932), College Of William & Mary

Course Information

No abstract provided.


Dean Paul V. Mcnutt, '13 Nominated For Governor Jan 1932

Dean Paul V. Mcnutt, '13 Nominated For Governor

Paul McNutt (1925-1933)

No abstract provided.


Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice-A Rejoinder, Thomas J. Hurley Jan 1932

Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice-A Rejoinder, Thomas J. Hurley

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Book Review. Bigelow, H. A., Cases On The Law Of Personal Property, Ralph F. Fuchs Jan 1932

Book Review. Bigelow, H. A., Cases On The Law Of Personal Property, Ralph F. Fuchs

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


Legal Ethics And The Law Schools, Bernard C. Gavit Jan 1932

Legal Ethics And The Law Schools, Bernard C. Gavit

Articles by Maurer Faculty

What Leaders of Movement for Teaching Professional Ethics in the Law Schools Really Have in Mind Is That These Schools Make Some Intelligent and Wholehearted Attempt to Develop Professional Character-What Can Be Done in This Direction by Such Institutions-Bad Effect of Narrow Point of View of Much Teaching in the Past.


Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice (Closing Argument), Bernard C. Gavit Jan 1932

Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice (Closing Argument), Bernard C. Gavit

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice-A Reply, Bernard C. Gavit Jan 1932

Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice-A Reply, Bernard C. Gavit

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice, Thomas J. Hurley Jan 1932

Learning In The Law And Admission To Practice, Thomas J. Hurley

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Preparation For Admission To A Law School, Bernard C. Gavit Jan 1932

Preparation For Admission To A Law School, Bernard C. Gavit

Articles by Maurer Faculty

No abstract provided.


The Law Quadrangle Of The University Of Michigan, Hobart Coffey Jan 1932

The Law Quadrangle Of The University Of Michigan, Hobart Coffey

About the Buildings

I have been asked to speak to you today about the Win. W. Cook Legal Research Library at the University of Michigan. Instead of attempting to describe in words our library building I have chosen to show you some slides, to let you see the building for yourself; and I have decided to-show you pictures not only of the Legal Research Building, but also of the other buildings which form part of the Law Quadrangle, and which are all due to the generosity of 'Wm. W. Cook.