A report on the nature and management of long, complex civil trials, based on interviews with sixty-eight experienced judges and lawyers. The report highlights facts and opinions about the role of juries in protracted trials. It also demonstrates that there are complicated trade-offs to be considered in weighing the relative advantages of bench trials and jury trials for protracted cases.
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Protracted Civil Trials: Views from the Bench and the Bar
January 1, 1981
In Print: Available for Distribution