John Henry Wigmore
and the Rules of Evidence: The Hidden Origins of Modern Law
prominently reviewed by John Henry Wigmore
, the Dean of Northwestern
When MAJ John Henry Wigmore
was called to active duty in 1917, he "was at the peak of his career.
Lo cierto es que, tal como apunta Zubacz, de los criterios sentados por el jurista norteamericano John Henry Wigmore
en su Evidence in Triab at Common Law para la proteccion procesal de comunicaciones confidenciales (criterios de los que se sirve el Tribunal Supremo de Canada) se deduce sin dificultad que el sigilo de confesion esta protegido, aunque se hace necesaria una mayor profundizacion (que el autor confia a ulteriores investigaciones) en determinados elementos que abonen con firmeza sus conclusiones.
Those three are John Henry Wigmore
, Robert Harvey Gault, and Fred Inbau.
JOHN HENRY WIGMORE
, A TREATISE ON THE ANGLO-AMERICAN SYSTEM OF EVIDENCE IN TRIALS AT COMMON LAW [section] 1367, at 29 (3d ed.
She indicates how the work of legal writer John Henry Wigmore
drew on Freud to establish that suspicion of nymphomania might render a rape charge false: "no judge should ever let a sex offence charge go to the jury unless the female complainant's social history and mental make-up have been examined and justified by a qualified physician.
83) John Henry Wigmore
noted that "the real field for controversy remains .
Dean John Henry Wigmore
, after perusing "many thousands of contemporary decisions," offers five criticisms of the qualities of judicial decisions.
7 John Henry Wigmore
, evidence in trials at Common Law, generally [subsection] 1917-1923, at 2-29 (J.
The Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, as it is named today, was begun in 1910 by John Henry Wigmore
, dean of the School of Law at Northwestern University.
Bossert was a recipient of a John Henry Wigmore
Scholarship at Northwestern and a Stanford University Fellowship.