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This is a paperback reissue of the same volume published under the same title in 1955. It is the third in a successful series of Isaac Ray Award Books resulting from a lectureship by the same name.
John Biggs, a federal judge, had for many years been concerned with the failure of lawyers and psychiatrists to understand one another and to make more progress in a better plan not for judging, but for doing something useful and appropriate for those individuals whose behavior so grievously offends us. He was especially well-known in psychiatric circles because of his initiative in seeking to supersede the M'Naghten rules in the application of criminal justice. His lectures, therefore, reflect the satisfaction of most modern-minded members of the bar and of the psychiatric profession with the trend away from the detested rules.
The small volume begins with an introductory
Weinberg J. The Guilty Mind. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1967;17(6):760–761. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archpsyc.1967.01730300120018
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