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Volume 9, Issue 2 (1980)

Personal Reflections on the Larry P. Trial and its Aftermath

pp. 154—158

The diversity of perspectives of the contributors to this volume assures that the major issues raised by the Larry P. decision will be adequately treated by others. For that reason, after much thought about the wisdom of candor (to say nothing of its appropriateness in a professional journal) I have decided that the only original contribution I can make here is to present frankly my views on the Larry P. trial and its aftermath. I must state emphatically that these are my personal opinions and reflect neither any official policy of the Attorney General’s office nor of the public officials who were named as defendants.

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