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10 Judicature Volume 85, Number 1 July-August 2001 MARY R. ROSE is a research fellow at the American Bar Foundation Consider the following scenario: You are summoned to appear in court although you have broken no law. When you arrive, you must sit and wait—sometimes for hours on end—not knowing when or if you will be seen. Should the court authorities call for you, your task is to provide whatever information they deem necessary for you to share. This might include simple facts about your...

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