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Irving R. Kaufman papers, 1934-1992

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Speeches and Writings, 1945-1991 (continued)
Apr., "Masters in the Federal Courts: Rule 53"
June, "The Defense of Unpopular Defendants"
Dec., "The Federal Rules: The Human Equation Through Pretrial"
1959
Jan., "Use of Masters to Preside at the Taking of Depositions"
Feb., "Pre-Trial in Criminal Cases," 1958-1959
1959-1960
Winter, "Have Administrative Agencies Kept Pace with Modern Court-Developed Techniques against Delay?"
BOX 132 1960
Jan., "Sentencing: A Judge's Problem," 1958-1972
(2 folders)
Mar., "Decongestion through Calendar Controls
Aug., "The Apalachin Case: Further Observations on Pre-Trial in Criminal Cases"
1962, Apr., "The Grand Jury: Sword and Shield"
1963
Dec., "The Supreme Court and Its Critics," 1963-1966
1964
Jan., "The Trial Lawyer: The Legal Profession's Greatest Asset"
Sept., "The Criminal Justice Act and the Indigent Defendant: A Milestone on the Path to Even-handed Justice"
1965, Jan.
"In Defense of the Advocate," 1964-1966
"The Uncertain Criminal Law: Rights, Wrongs, and Doubts," 1964-1969
1966
Oct., "The Confession Debate Continues," 1965-1968
(2 folders)
BOX 133 Nov., "Courts in Crisis: Progress Versus Intransigence," 1966-1969
1967
Oct., "A Fair Jury: The Essence of Justice"
Nov., "Dilemma in Crime Reporting"
1968
Oct., "Improving the Juror's Lot and His Opportunity for Service"
Dec., "The Courts and the Public: A Problem in Communication," 1968-1969
1969
Summer, "Forward: Jury Selection in the Fifth Circuit"
Sept., "Judge's Talents Must Never Be for Sale"
Undated, "The Judges and Jurors and Recent Developments in Selection of Jurors and Fair Trial-Free Press," 1968-1969
1970
Winter, "Lions or Jackals: The Function of a Code of Judicial Ethics"
Mar., "Order in the Courts: Two Views"
Apr., "Judicial Review of Agency Action: A Judge's Unburdening"
Sept., "The Obstreperous Defendant and the Rule of Law"
Oct., "The Medium, the Message and the First Amendment"
Nov.
"Court Crisis: A Matter of Volume and of Money,"1970-1972
"Judicial Crisis, Court Delay and the Para-Judge"
1971, Nov.
"Power for the People and by the People: Utilities, the Environment and the Public Interest"
"Free Press-Free Trial Issue"
1972
Jan., "The Jury System at an Unmarked Crossroad"
July, "Harbingers of Jury Reform"
Aug.-Sept., "Court Delay and the Wasted Jury"
Dec., "Prison Reform: The Dilemma of Our Judges"
1973
Spring, "The Second Circuit Review"
Mar., "Prison: The Judge's Dilemma"
Oct., "Individual Responsibility Is Still Paramount"
1974
Feb.
"The Court Needs a Friend in Court"
"When to Cross-appeal or Cross-petition: Certainty or Confusion?"
July, "Advocacy as Craft: Law School Is More Than a `Paper Chase'"
Oct., "The Pre-Argument Conference: An Appellate Procedural Reform"
Dec.
"The Judge and the Sentencing Disparity"
Untitled (re sentencing)
1975
Winter
"Attacking Anomie in the Legal Profession"
"Second Circuit Note, 1973 Term, Forward: The Sentencing Process and Judicial Inscrutability"
BOX 134 Jan. "Musings about the Present Role of Judges"
Mar.
"Judges Should Explain Sentences Publicly"
"Making Punishment Fit Crime"
May, "Does the Judge Have a Right to Qualified Counsel?"
June, "A Free Speech for the Class of '75"
Nov.
"Can Sentencing Be Demystified?"
"The Lawyer's Ethical Dilemma," 1975-1976
Dec., "A Response to Objections to the Second Circuit's Proposed District Court Admission Rules"
1976
June, "Of Juvenile Justice and Injustice"
July, "Press, Courts: No Need to Fight `Like Tigers'"
Nov., "Judicial Reform in the Next Century," 1976-1977
Dec., "The Injustices of Plea-Bargaining," 1976-1977
1977
Feb., "The Second Circuit: Reputation for Excellence"
Mar., "Press Coverage of Court Rulings Falls Short"
Apr., "Appellate Advocacy in the Federal Courts"
May, "Justice Requires Faith in Individuals"
Nov.
"Helping the Public Understand and Accept Judicial Decisions"
"Protecting the Rights of Minors: On Juvenile Autonomy and the Limits of Law," 1977-1978
1978
Jan., "Litigants in Search of Able Advocacy"
Feb., "The Fifth Anglo-American Exchange: Some Observations," 1977-1978
May, "Let's Not Forget the Good Things Amid Fashionable Attacks on the Bar"
June, "Some Hard Questions for Law Graduates"
Aug., "After One Century in the Vanguard, the Bar Cannot Rest on Its Laurels"
1979
Jan., "Keeping the Press, and the Judiciary, Independent"
Mar., "Chilling Judicial Independence"
Oct,
"Juvenile Justice: A Plea for Reform"
"Prisons: A Public Responsibility"
1980
Mar., "Psst! Locker-room Gossip Now Sits on the Bench"
Apr., "Maintaining Judicial Independence: A Mandate to Judges"
May, "The Essence of Judicial Independence"
Oct., "Criminal Procedure in England and the United States: Comparisons in Initiating Prosecutions"
Nov., "A Legal Remedy for International Torture"
1981
Jan., "Charting a Judicial Pedigree"
Mar., "See the Founding Fathers Stir"
BOX 135 Apr., "Assaults on Courts Endanger Union"
Apr., "An Open Letter to President Reagan on Judge Picking"
Aug., "Challenge to the Courts: The Coming Constitutional Crisis"
Sept., "Congress v. The Court"
Nov.
"Prison Reform: A View from the Bench"
"Looking Back Over Thirty-Two Years: Some Thoughts"
1982
Jan.
"Judges Must Speak Out"
"When a Judge's Silence Is Not Golden"
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