11 Judges J. 1 (1972)

handle is hein.journals/judgej11 and id is 1 raw text is: The JUDGES'
A Quarterly for the American Judiciary
January, 1972

JOURNAL
(Formerly Trial Judges' Journal)
Vol. 11.No. I

Contents

A Milestone
Laurance M. Hyde, Jr., Dean
Double Jeopardy Clause The Fifth
A mendment--A Case For Acquittal By Hung Jury
Arnold C. Stream, Esq.
Another View Of Electronic Recording In Alaska
Judge Henry C. Keene, Jr.
A Message By A Court Reporter
By Robert H. Dettmann
On The Visibility Of Doubt In Law Trials
Alan D. Cullison
Judicial Education Activities
New Hinges For Old Doors
Judge Edward Allen Tamm
The Opinion Of The Trial Judge
Judge Matthew W. Hill, Retired
California College of Trial Judges
The Dormitory Student's Fourth
A mendment Right To Privacy: Fact or Fiction
James M. Morris, Esq.

Hurray For The Early Settler
Judge John A. Shidler                               14
JudicialRecognition Of The Polygraph
(Lie Detector) Technique
2           John E. Reid, Esq.                                 15
Miscellanea                                            18
4
Judges In The News                                     19
6        The Lighter Side 
Judge Temple Driver                                 19
7        You May Want To Read                                  20
8        Urge Court Ceremony To
Mark Law Day May 1                                     21
9        Coordination Of The
Criminal Justice System
Judge David W. Soukup                               21
11
New Officers 1971-1972                                 23
12       Taking The Court To Law Schools
Judge Alfred T. Goodwin                             23

A MILESTONE
By LAURANCE M. HYDE, JR., DEAN
National College of the State Judiciary

October 1, 1971, marked a major milestone in
the short history of the National College of the
State Judiciary. On that date, the move of the
college, with its staff and its 25,000 volume law
library, was   completed   to  its  brand   new
$1,200,000 building.
Financed by a Max C. Fleischmann Foundation
grant, the building provides office space for the
College's permanent staff of 22 and also serves as
headquarters for the National Council of Juvenile
Court Judges and the Juvenile Justice College. It
provides classrooms and seminar rooms for the
educational programs which the College conducts
for the nation's judges.
The University of Nevada at Reno has allotted
adequate land on its campus so that it can be
expanded to meet the needs of the future.
The college's new department of Court Studies,
the educational seminars for appellate judges,
general jurisdiction trial judges and beginning in
1972, under a grant from Law Enforcement
Assistance Administration, for trial judges of
special or limited jurisdiction all are housed

The Judicial Building

together for the first time. We invite all judges to
think of us as their educational home and to keep
in close communication with us so as to aid us in
meeting their training and educational needs.
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