|Author:||Frederick C. Hicks|
|Title:||Famous American Jury Speeches: Addresses Before Juries and Fact Finding Tribunals|
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|ePUB size:||1720 kb|
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|Publisher:||Fred B Rothman & Co (February 1, 1990)|
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Download pdf book by Frederick C. Hicks - Free eBooks. vii, 1181 p. 1990 Reprint, ISBN:0-8377-0683-1 Contains speeches of lawyers summarizing and interpreting evidence for the benefit of juries, judges, investigating committees, and courts of impeachment. Contains 24 speeches from 1884 to 1924, as well as short biographical notes of the speakers.
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Twelve of these speeches are before juries. Six were delivered before courts sitting without a jury in admiralty, criminal law, equity and probate. before legislative investigation committees and two in impeachment proceedings. They deal with such diverse matters as admiralty, boycott, clubs, conspiracy, corporations, finance, forgery, insurance, labor, larceny, libel, murder, perjury, politics, probate law, railroads, and socialism. In length they vary from three pages to 12o pages. The speeches themselves are thus human documents in the de-velopment of American life. Says the author in his preface: In selecting them no one test of suitability has been used.
History of the Yale Law School to 1915. Famous American Jury Speeches: Addresses Before Juries And Fact Finding Tribunals.
Famous Aerican Jury Speeches. By Frederick C. This publication consists of a book of 1180 pages with blue Fabrikoid. It is a compilation of 24 notable speeches by famous American lawyers, delivered between the years 1884 and 1924. The title is not an accurate indication of the character of the speeches, as a number of the were not made before juries, but before other fact-finding bodies or courts