MR. TUTT AT HIS BEST by Arthur Train

MR. TUTT AT HIS BEST

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Selected and introduced by Judge Harold R. Medina, this collection of sixteen cases is recommended for the ideal that Mr. Tutt represents, for his humor, tenderness and kindliness, for his knowledge of the law -- and his wily ways and stratagems. Judge Modina calls attention to the atmosphere of the times (the Tutt stories began in 1919 in the Saturday Evening Post) in the New York City police courts, the old Criminal Courts and Tombs and the equally bitter battlefield in Pottsville where Tutt continued to take his stand for the rights of others. Many newly admitted lawyers will find the same pleasure here that the Judge does and old timers will welcome this revival.

Pub Date: Jan. 24th, 1960
Publisher: Scribner