Gressman, Eugene
September 1952
New Republic;9/15/52, Vol. 127 Issue 11, p19
The article focuses on the book "Cavalcade of Justice," by Bernard O'Donnell. Bernard O'Donnell is a retired English crime reporter who now spends much of his time in the writing and study of legal history. He has brought his first-hand experience to bear in "Cavalcade of Justice." In a book directed primarily to laymen, he has attempted to combine an historical survey of English courts with a description of their present-day powers and characteristics, interspersed with innumerable accounts of ancient and modern cases.


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