Joel Cohen, a litigator for 40 years, interviewed 13 federal judges about specific controversial decisions, settlements and rulings. They allowed Cohen to "cross-examine" them, not just about these rulings, but about what, in their personal lives, may have influenced them.
Blindfolds Off asks whether judges can, or should, disregard their influences, beliefs, expectations and temperament. This book now gives you the opportunity to listen in on judicial thinking in one high profile case after another.
Author: Cohen, Joel
Publisher: American Bar Association
Title: Blindfolds Off: Judges On How They Decide
Pages: 00339 (Encrypted EPUB)
On Sale: 2014-10-07
Category: Law : Judicial Power
Category: Law : Courts – General