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|For an excellent case study, see Mark H. Lazerson, "In the Halls of Justice, the |
Only Justice Is in the Halls," in Abel, Politics of Informal Justice, 119-60. In an
attempt to stifle malpractice litigation, more than a dozen states now authorize ...
|A chronological collection of brief biographies on important figures for social justice in American history, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Bob Dylan.|
|The lawyer receives that sum—— and only that sum—no matter how long it takes |
to resolve the case. ... dollars an hour; if it takes a hundred hours to try the same '
Lenny Bruce used to say, "In the Halls of Justice, the only justice is in the halls.
|For the vast majority of defendants in American halls of justice, "the only justice is |
the halls." Outside the courtroom, overburdened and under- prepared lawyers
strike hasty plea bargains for indigent clients with no realistic alternatives.
|HALL OF JUSTICE HAUNTS Los Angeles Hall of Justice 210 West Temple Street |
(at Spring Street and Broadway) Los ... in tourist's photographs, and the creepy
feeling that the ghost of some famous criminal is only a step or two behind you.
|As people came first to a district of the Northwest Territories and then a new |
province named Alberta, they expected to see, among other signs of coming
civilization, commodious halls of justice. The courthouse was not just a domicile
for the ...
|The only notice that had previously been taken of the church was by Mr. Britton, |
that energetic and useful pioneer in ... and mature consideration, I concluded it to
haVe been originally built for a Roman Basilica or hall of justice, or rebuilt by the
|Arrests in such premises can be carried out only by the guards serving the |
premises on the special order of the chairman or ... Is it absurd to conceive of a
hall of justice as a sanctuary (though some people might rather see it as the lion's
|The only notice that had previously been taken of the chm'ch was by Mr. Britten, |
that energetic and useful pioneer in archaeological matters, and Rickman, the
writer on Gothic architecture, both of whom had their attention called to the