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Bargained-For-Justice: Lessons From The Italians?, Michael Vitiello Jan 2017

Bargained-For-Justice: Lessons From The Italians?, Michael Vitiello

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Reflections On An Extraordinary Career: Thoughts About Gerald Caplan's Retirement, Michael Vitiello Jan 2014

Reflections On An Extraordinary Career: Thoughts About Gerald Caplan's Retirement, Michael Vitiello

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Does Prison Reform Bring Sentencing Reform? The Congress, The Courts, And The Structural Injunction, Brian K. Landsberg Jan 2014

Does Prison Reform Bring Sentencing Reform? The Congress, The Courts, And The Structural Injunction, Brian K. Landsberg

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Reforming California Sentencing Practice And Policy: Are We There Yet?, Michael Vitiello Jan 2014

Reforming California Sentencing Practice And Policy: Are We There Yet?, Michael Vitiello

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The Expanding Use Of Genetic And Psychological Evidence: Finding Coherence In The Criminal Law?, Michael Vitiello Jan 2014

The Expanding Use Of Genetic And Psychological Evidence: Finding Coherence In The Criminal Law?, Michael Vitiello

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Goodyear And Hertz: Reconciling Two Recent Supreme Court Decisions, Lindsey D. Blanchard Jan 2013

Goodyear And Hertz: Reconciling Two Recent Supreme Court Decisions, Lindsey D. Blanchard

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The Evolution Of Justice Kennedy’S Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence On Categorical Bars In Capital Cases, Linda Carter Jan 2013

The Evolution Of Justice Kennedy’S Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence On Categorical Bars In Capital Cases, Linda Carter

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The Principle Of Complementarity And The International Criminal Court: The Role Of Ne Bis In Idem, Linda Carter Jan 2010

The Principle Of Complementarity And The International Criminal Court: The Role Of Ne Bis In Idem, Linda Carter

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Clemency In California Capital Cases, Mary-Beth Moylan, Linda Carter Jan 2009

Clemency In California Capital Cases, Mary-Beth Moylan, Linda Carter

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Herring V. United States: Mapp's "Artless" Overruling?, Michael Vitiello Jan 2009

Herring V. United States: Mapp's "Artless" Overruling?, Michael Vitiello

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A Case For A Constitutional Right To Counsel In Habeas Corpus, Emily Garcia Uhrig Jan 2009

A Case For A Constitutional Right To Counsel In Habeas Corpus, Emily Garcia Uhrig

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Sentencing Guideline Law And Practice In A Post-Booker World: Introduction, Michael Vitiello Jan 2006

Sentencing Guideline Law And Practice In A Post-Booker World: Introduction, Michael Vitiello

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Innocent Of A Capital Crime: Parallels Between Innocence Of A Crime And Innocence Of The Death Penalty, Linda Carter Jan 2006

Innocent Of A Capital Crime: Parallels Between Innocence Of A Crime And Innocence Of The Death Penalty, Linda Carter

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The Sporting Approach To Harmless Error: The Supreme Court's "No Harm, No Foul" Debacle In Neder V. United States, Linda Carter Jan 2001

The Sporting Approach To Harmless Error: The Supreme Court's "No Harm, No Foul" Debacle In Neder V. United States, Linda Carter

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Integrated Criminal Justice Technologies: An Introduction, J. Clark Kelso Jan 1998

Integrated Criminal Justice Technologies: An Introduction, J. Clark Kelso

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"Three Strikes" And The Romero Case: The Supreme Court Restores Democracy, Michael Vitiello Jan 1997

"Three Strikes" And The Romero Case: The Supreme Court Restores Democracy, Michael Vitiello

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A Decade Of International Legal Reform Regarding Child Abuse Investigation And Litigation: Steps Toward A Child Witness Code, John E.B. Myers Jan 1996

A Decade Of International Legal Reform Regarding Child Abuse Investigation And Litigation: Steps Toward A Child Witness Code, John E.B. Myers

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Harmless Error In The Penalty Phase Of A Capital Case: A Doctrine Misunderstood And Misapplied, Linda Carter Jan 1993

Harmless Error In The Penalty Phase Of A Capital Case: A Doctrine Misunderstood And Misapplied, Linda Carter

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The Victims' Bill Of Rights: Where Did It Come From And How Much Did It Do?, J. Clark Kelso, Brigitte A. Bass Jan 1992

The Victims' Bill Of Rights: Where Did It Come From And How Much Did It Do?, J. Clark Kelso, Brigitte A. Bass

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Significant Cases Interpreting Proposition 8, J. Clark Kelso, Brigitte A. Bass Jan 1992

Significant Cases Interpreting Proposition 8, J. Clark Kelso, Brigitte A. Bass

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A Beyond A Reasonable Doubt Standard In Death Penalty Proceedings: A Neglected Element Of Fairness, Linda Carter Jan 1991

A Beyond A Reasonable Doubt Standard In Death Penalty Proceedings: A Neglected Element Of Fairness, Linda Carter

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Maintaining System Integrity In Capital Cases: The Use Of Court-Appointed Counsel To Present Mitigating Evidence When The Defendant Advocates Death, Linda Carter Jan 1987

Maintaining System Integrity In Capital Cases: The Use Of Court-Appointed Counsel To Present Mitigating Evidence When The Defendant Advocates Death, Linda Carter

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