Inadmissible Evidence

October 1980
National Review;10/3/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 20, p1183
The article reflects on the trial of education professor James Dinnan from Georgia for refusing to tell a court how he voted in the tenure case of a young woman in his department. It discusses the argument raised by the lawyer of the plaintiff on the issue of sex discrimination. It calls for the formulation of appropriate rules of evidence for the enforcement of civil rights laws.


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