Judicial Fact-Finding and Psychology, 14 Ohio State Law Journal 183 (1953)
Lawyers and judges must constantly act as psychologists or psychiatrists. The lawyer in his office often serves as an amateur psychiatrist to his clients. Our legal vocabulary shows that courts cope daily with such psychological matters, as, for instance, "motive," "intention," "malice," "mental cruelty," "delusions" and "undue influence."
Date of Authorship for this Version
Frank, Jerome N., "Judicial Fact-Finding and Psychology" (1953). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 4093.