Judges on judging is a comprehensive collection of essays with significant insights into the views of leading justices and judges on the judicial process the dynamics of judicial interpretation deliberation and decision making and the role of courts obriens text offers students an extraordinary inside look at justices and judges . The book contributes to the ongoing debate over off the bench commentaries and encourages readers to think about the qualities of judges their temperament character judicial philosophies and political views as well as the role of courts in american politics. A primary source is a work that is being studied or that provides first hand or direct evidence on a topic common types of primary sources include works of literature historical documents original philosophical writings and religious texts. Based on the highly successful views from the bench this comprehensive collection of essays by supreme court justices and federal district judges in the united states looks at how they approach their function as judges and the role of the judiciary in the american constitutional system obrien . Judges on judging views from the bench user review not available book verdict most americans dont understand what judges do yet they are ready to comment on the latest instance of any perceived example of judicial wrongdoing
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