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Review: Innovation Despite Diminished Resources: The Impact Of Fiscal Limitation On California's Criminal Justice System By Jan M. Chaiken; Warren E. Walker; Anthony P. Jiga; Sandra S. Polin
Reviewed Works: The Impact of Fiscal Limitation on California's Criminal Justice System by Jan M. Chaiken, Warren E. Walker, Anthony P. Jiga, Sandra S. Polin; Administration of Justice in a Large Appellate Court: The Ninth Circuit Innovations Project by Joe S. Cecil; "Telephone Conferencing Projects," Attacking Litigation Costs and Delay, Project Reports and Research Findings by Action Commission to Reduce Court Costs and Delay; "Telephone Hearings in Civil Trial Courts: What Do Attorneys Think," 66 Judicature by Roger A. Hanson, Lynae K. E. Olson, Kathy L. Shuart, Marlene Thornton
Review by: Harry O. Lawson
The Justice System Journal
Vol. 12, No. 3 (Winter, 1987), pp. 425-434
Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27976660
Page Count: 10
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