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Armistead M. Dobie
If judges are to be judged, they would doubtless prefer to be judged by judges, whose critical judgments on their brothers are certainly tempered by sympathy and founded in experience. My viewpoint must be that of one on the inside looking out. Time does not permit my approach to be historical; I shall try not to make it hysterical. Since many within sound of my voice (which includes rather a…
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Upon the premise that law evolves from facts, its quality as “correct” or “just” will vary with the quality of facts presented as “correct” or “true.” The need thus arises for better preservation, selection, testing, synthesis and presentation or proof of facts. Since the organization of knowledge is the aim of science, lawyers and courts should be and are inclined to invoke the aid of science and its men of…
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