Volume 21, Issue 2 (April 1976)
A Review of “Scientists in the Legal System”
The editor of this compact volume seeks to relate scientists to the legal process in a meaningful manner—as essential contributors not as tolerated meddlers. He succeeds. By a judicious selection of authors who are practicing lawyers or practicing scientists, the editor has illuminated the traditional use of science by the law to prove facts. He has, in addition, emphasized the progressive utilization of science by the administration of justice to achieve a life of quality both for the individual and for society.