The Cloistered Virtue: Freedom of Speech and the Administration of Justice in the Western World

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INDEX

A
academic censorship: attitudes of, 173; case of, in Arkansas, 172; on editorial level, 175-76; and freedom of speech, 169-70; in Great Britain, 172-73; and judges, 174-75; in legal journals, 170-72, 176-77; in South Africa, 174, 176-78; in South African Law Journal, 176-77; in Switzerland, 172
action, 61
Ambard case, 20, 30-31
Argentina, 46, 88. See also Hispanic countries
Attorney General v. British Broadcasting Corporation, 381
Attorney-General v. English and another, 383-84
Attorney General v. New Statesman and Nation Publishing Ltd, 53-54, 76, 381
Attorney General v. The Times, 18-21
Attorney General v. Times Newspapers, 378
attorneys (See lawyers)
Augustine case, 362-63
Austria, 90-91

B
Baader-Meinhof case: and formal restrictions on freedom of speech, 46, 67-71; and trial publicity restrictions, 137
Bahama case, 39, 52
Bolivia, 89. See also Hispanic countries
Bridges v. California, 56, 132
Britain (See Great Britain)
British Broadcasting Corporation case, 381
Brühne case, 140-41

C
Canada, 58, 61
case law (See Africa; specific cases)
Cassell case, 29, 32
censorship (See formal restrictions of freedom of speech; informal restrictions of freedom of speech; professional; precensorship; trial publicity restrictions): academic, 169-78; conscious, 184; of journalists, 180-81; of judicial officers, 163-69; unconscious, 184
Chile, 88. See also Hispanic countries clear and present danger test, 60
Colombia, 89. See also Hispanic countries.
communication, 2, 217. See also freedom of speech; media conflict: and freedom of speech, 32-36; in trial publicity, 100-5
contempt of court (See also sanctions comparable to contempt of court; scandalization of judges): in Anglo-Saxon countries, 47; in Austria, 90-91; in Canada, 58-59; concern of, 48-49; and criticisms of judiciary, 59-61; and defense of defendant, 50-51; in East Europe, 92-95; and English law, 53-55; in face of, 49-50, 63, 65; in Germany, 50; in Great Britain, 49-50; in Hispanic countries, 87-89; and justice administration 62; in Nordic countries, 91-92; origins of, 47-48; out of court, 51-52;

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