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Crime and Judicial Inefficiency

James W. Garner
The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
Vol. 29, Tariffs, Reciprocity and Foreign Trade (May, 1907), pp. 161-178
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[Footnotes]
  • 2
    Record-Herald for July 3, 1906
  • 6
    Report of Commission on the Law's Delay, pp. 8, 17.
  • 7
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Commis. on Law's Delay, p. 169
    • Ibid., p. 273
  • 10
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Hon. Joseph H. Choate under date of March 31, 1903
    • Report Commis. on Law's Delay, p. 111
  • 15
    Green Bag, Vol. 17, p. 625
  • 16
    Testimony before New York Commission on the Law's Delay, p. 247.
  • 18
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Report, pp. 77, 277
    • Report of Com. on Law's Delay, pp. 76, 106
  • 19
    Green Bag, Vol. XVII, p. 624.
  • 21
    Report of N. Y. State Com. on Law's Delay, p. 256
  • 22
    "Forsythe, Trial by Jury," p. 205
  • 23
    Everett P. Wheeler, in Columbia Law Review, Vol. IV, p. 356
  • 24
    Vol. IV, p. 360.
  • 25
    Nathan Smyth in the Harvard Law Review, Vol. XVII, p. 321
  • 26
    George W. Alger in the Atlantic Monthly, Vol. XCVII, p. 502
  • 27
    Atlantic Monthly, Vol. XCVII, p. 502.
  • 28
    Commission on Law's Delay, p. 246.
  • 29
    N. Y. Com. on Law's Delay, p. 112
  • 30
    Report Com. on Law's Delay, pp. 34, 76, 246.
  • 31
    P. 267.
  • 32
    Report Com. on Law's Delay, p. 269.
  • 33
    Ibid., p. 319.
  • 34
    Ithaca Evening Journal, Dec. 6, 1906.
  • 35
    Michigan Law Review, Vol. III, p. 262.
  • Compare Smyth, "The Abuse of New Trials," Harvard Law Review, Vol. XVII, p. 317.
  • 38
    Report, pp. 32, 34.
  • 39
    P. 75