2 edition of Trial of a judge found in the catalog.
Trial of a judge
|Statement||by Stephen Spender.|
|LC Classifications||PR6037.P47 T7 1938|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||115|
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Pleas and Plea Negotiations. Double Jeopardy. Motions to Suppress. Trial in the Defendant's Absence.I tried cases as a litigator for 14 years, followed by a career as an elected civil trial judge for 19 years.
I also sat as a visiting judge for 4 years throughout the State of Texas. I estimate that I have tried over cases to a jury verdict, more than cases non-jury and too many summary judgments to count.