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KIRKUS REVIEW

A book form of a Philadelphia television show which, in its imaginary cases, represented various types of crime and court procedures. Accidents, murder, mercy killings -- etc. these present the technical points and fundamentals of legal technique and terminology, and, as dramatic skits could well define the issues pictured. But as reading matter the repetition is dullish for the layman, while, for legal minds, there is not acute enough analysis to make this important for library or reference material. As entertainment in a specific medium there is enough basic information to give some familiarity with court formalities but transferred to the reading page one would doubt other than TV's audience as a market for this.

Pub Date: March 23rd, 1950
Publisher: Crown