LOOK AT THE LAW by Percival E. Jackson

LOOK AT THE LAW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The law is what the layman makes it"" says the author, and proceeds to examine the layman's criticisms -- too much law, too uncertain, too rigid, too technical, too hypocritical, too slow, too dishonest, too expensive. Judges are corrupt, witnesses lie, etc. etc.. Whys and wherefores and possible remedies, a plea for a middle course, clear, less revolutionary and controversial than Woc Unto You Lawyers. Intended for the layman but lawyers should find it interesting.

Publisher: Dutton