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Vincent Luizzi

of the norm-guided conduct of the citizen to define law, Kahn speaks in terms of citizens having a constellation of beliefs that they express in their actions to convey his insight that law is ‘something we do.’ Says Kahn: To live under the rule of law is to maintain a set of beliefs about the self

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Vincent Luizzi

Director of the American Indian and Alaskan Native Desk at the Office of Justice Programs, us Department of Justice, brings out: In many tribes, information, beliefs, and customs are handed down orally or by example from one generation to another. For example, in the Minto Tribal Court of Alaska the

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Vincent Luizzi

the case. One judge located a conflict within the community of judges in their approaches to matters like theft by poor or deprived individuals. This judge suggested that communication among the judges allowed their underlying beliefs and attitudes to surface and paved the way for the judges keeping