14 Judges J. 1 (1975)

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Volume 14

January 1975

Contents

The Implied Warranty of Habitability: Some
Practical Aspects
JudgeJam esA . Belson  ............................. .........................  2
Nonunanimous Verdicts in Criminal Cases:
The Oregon Experience
Judge Jacob  Tanzer  ..........................................................  4
The Right to Privacy
Judge Sol W achtler  ..........................................................  7
The Juvenile Privilege Against Self-Incrimination
Judge  W illiam  C. Pryor .......................................................  8
Judge Richter Resigns as Journal Editor .............................................  9
Judges as Arbitrators
G erald  A ksen, Esq ........................................................... 10
Videotape in Judicial Education: A Mirror
for Justice
E rnest A . H eller, Esq ......................................................... 11
Effective Communication in Jury Instructions
Paul Page, Ph.D. and Gordon Zimmerman, Ph.D ................................. 12
Management of the Oral Argument by an
Appellate Court
Judge M ilton B. Conford  ..................................................... 14
Determining Relationships and Degrees of
Kindred by Use of Charts
Richard Henry Nolan, Esq .................................................... 16
Unifying the Appellate Courts
Associate Justice Clarence A. Guittard  .......................................... 18
Why an Oath for Law Clerks?
Justice W illiam  H . Erickson  ................................................... 20
Book Reviews
The Rights of the Accused: In Law and Action
Jonathan  D . Casper ...................................................... 21
Why Justice Fails
Judge D avid  P. Calvert .................................................. 23

Number 1

As a result of the questionnaire included in the April 1974 issue
of The Judges' Journal, it has been decided that, beginning with the
April 1975 issue, the Journal and Oyez! Oyez!, the Bulletin of the
Judicial Administration Division, will be joined into one publica-
tion. Therefore, instead of receiving the regular February issue of
Oyez!, all Division members have received this issue of the Journal
and will receive the April issue and all subsequent issues of the
Journal which will include all information and columns previously
contained in Oyez!
The Editorial Board hopes all Division members will approve
of and benefit from this new format. We would appreciate your
comments.

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