Lawyers are beginning to recognize, though slowly, that enforcement and administration of law are affected more by the psychological conditioning and the character of its administrators than by the content of the law itself. This basis of difference is well demonstrated by some data of Chicago criminal court operations as compared with similar proceedings before Detroit judges.
John B. Waite,
CRIMINAL LAW IN ACTION- CARRYING CONCEALED WEAPONS - CHICAGO STATISTICS,
Mich. L. Rev.
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