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Texas Law Review


As courtroom disruption became a national issue in the late 1960's, public attention focused primarily on the conduct of the criminal defense attorney and his client. Professor Alschuler examines the courtroom misconduct of prosecutors and trial judges both as it relates to disruptive behavior by defendants and defense attorneys and as it poses a threat in its own right to the orderly administration of justice.

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