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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1926

THE MICHJGAN DAILY

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U'RIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1~926 !~AGE THREJI

OFFICIAL e~alpl, m~ found that 50 per cent! respect to the action of these various ofassdole(
- arete ac ishage officials who discharge arrested perz- { tvniz
AIDS CRIME RISE by authority of the prosecuting at-;soils prior to the trial of the case. At a latred thzat while
toz ry without any further proceed-! present, in most states, the prosecut- many of those cc7
--ings against them; other cases are' ing attorneys havc practical authority u tpper court, ii A
r (Continued from Page 1) ;dismizssed by the judge for lack of! to have cases dismissed without giv- Missouri ilnvesig-;
After a detailed investigation, that evidence or some other" such reason;- ing any reason therefor. There is a 'cent of tihe(cases
+commnission -issued a report stating1 and a number or them are acquitted' movem^-nt on foot," he stat ed, "to reversals. When
that only 19" out of every 100 of those; by the jury. From these figures, Pro-' change the law so as to require the, such a coflditiofl
,who commit major crimes are ever fessor Waite pointed out, it appears prosecutors to give in writing their Professor WVaite
,caught by police. Professor Waite# thatt onlly five or six per cent of those# reasons for asking that cases be drop- law and said, "It
believes that the failure in appre- who commit serious crimes are ever ped. This will, of course, be a desir- not impossible, to
beniding the other 81 can be laid to actually brought within the function- able change, but unless one assumes b)y changes ini the
oither causes beside police incapacity. iiig of criminal law. that prosecuting attorneys have b~een? als, generally sj.
The report. also showed that of those Continuing upon the same subject, absolutely crooked in the way they _-
apprehended by the police, many are ; Professor Waite said: "There may, of; have dropped cases heretofore, it will
let go for leek of proof or other equal-J course; b~e some defect in the law in make but slight change in tile numnber I-

111101tile ground that for one reason.
poi It ,a bit, he cu ' or other the convicted person had not
it b ~rli~1\~1 ~~~ hd aftii' trial. Unfair trials are not
Ii~i~eli il to the 112 ault of defects in the law but the,
'ast diso , d in tie ti' t of those who try the cases. Here
at~ ~~~e mo ht ~~~ ain the failure of the law is thel
appealled there w 'e i ailiire of those that administer it."I
iasked as to whet her It is also Professor Waite's belief
is a fault of the law, that, the criticisms of the parole and,
aga1in ldef-1)del the probation laws, in a like manner,
twould be difi('ult, if wihen analyzed, are found not to be'
rectify the 'onidition! directed at the law itself, but at the
elaw. These rever's- p),r'role officials who fail to administer
:eak~ing, were made it, carefully and wisely.
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