Washington Law Review
The author based his work on lectures given in his course on criminal law administration which he has taught at the University of Chicago Law School for a number of decades. During all these years he has kept in close touch with the profession and has been an active member of numerous commissions and organizations working for improvement of our criminal laws. His book, therefore, is based on the experience of practice. The conclusions are arrived at after thoughtful considerations by an author who has a deep interest in the subject. The book is written in a pleasant and lively style. The University of Chicago Press printed the volume in clear and flawless type. A few misprints could have been avoided.
Gerhard O. Mueller,
Administration of Criminal Law, by Ernest W. Puttkammer (1953),
29 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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