1959 Institute for California Judges-Panel Discussion, Part II: Selecting the Jury

December 1959
California Law Review;Dec59, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p872
Academic Journal
Part II. Presents an edited record of the proceedings of the panel discussions presented at the Institute for California Judges.


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