Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations. 1989.
Robert Traver (190391)
Judges, like people, may be divided roughly into four classes: judges with neither head nor heartthey are to be avoided at all costs; judges with head but no heartthey are almost as bad; then judges with heart but no headrisky but better than the first two; and finally, those rare judges who possess both head and a heartthanks to blind luck, thats our judge.
ROBERT TRAVER, Anatomy of a Murder, chapter 17, pp. 31314 (1958).