Law and the Social Order
Harold H. Bruff, Arizona's Inferior Courts, 1973 Law & Soc. Order 1, available at http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/articles/1125/.
For many citizens Arizona's inferior courts provide their primary, perhaps only, contact with the state's justice system. This Article--based in large part upon a thorough empirical and personal study of these lower courts--discusses the role that the courts play, the procedures that they observe, the qualifications of the personnel they employ, and the sufficiency of the justice they render. These findings are then evaluated, and recommendations for change are made.
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