Demeanor of a Trial Judge
The way in which every judge reaches decisions in the courtroom differs depending on many different criteria. These criteria are aspects of their education, training, experience, personality, and their family history. Since all of these can never be the same for any two judges', the question of what makes a great judge should be raised in order to establish a uniform position for a uniform system. A judge's overall attitude and personality will be discussed in accordance to the definitions given by Marvin E. Frankel and the question of whether a judge's humanity is questionable will be discussed in accordance to Jerome Frank's view on the issue. Jerome Frank also offers a number of changes in which judges can be trained and educated that could strengthen the abilities of the judges and, in turn, strengthen the whole system.
A judge's demeanor has much to do with the quality of the judge.…
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