American Jurisprudence 2d quite properly claims to be one of the most, if not the most, comprehensive legal encyclopedia in this country. Any attorney who has had the opportunity to peruse this work would be forced to agree. It is, therefore, an interesting and unfortunate commentary upon the state of law in our society that of the thousands of topics covered in this monumental compendium of knowledge, none deals with the victims of crime.
Frank Carrington & Fred E. Inbau,
Victims' Rights Litigation: A Wave of the Future?,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
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