I do not know what personal experience Mr. Fellman has of British courts and institutions. It must be considerable; for I would not think it possible to write with such authority and accuracy about such sensitive questions as the defendant’s rights without having been closely involved one’s self. At least that is what I find whenever I try to deal with any questions of American Law. Defendant’s Rights is a survey of the various stages of a criminal prosecution in England. It begins with an account of the English criminal courts which is commendably short and concise.
R. H. Maudsley,
The Defendant's Rights Under English Law. By David Fellman,
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