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Starting From Scratch: Rethinking Federal Habeas Review Of Death Penalty Cases, Joseph L. Hoffmann Jan 1992

Starting From Scratch: Rethinking Federal Habeas Review Of Death Penalty Cases, Joseph L. Hoffmann

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The Sixth Amendment Lives! A Reply To Professor Jonakait, Craig M. Bradley Jan 1992

The Sixth Amendment Lives! A Reply To Professor Jonakait, Craig M. Bradley

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An Agency Cost Analysis Of The Sentencing Reform Act: Recalling The Virtues Of Delegating Complex Decisions, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt Jan 1992

An Agency Cost Analysis Of The Sentencing Reform Act: Recalling The Virtues Of Delegating Complex Decisions, Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt

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For many outside the legal profession, the end of a legal case is the reading of the verdict. However, that is only the beginning for those being judged. One of the most significant and delicate tasks within the sphere of the legal system is that of sentencing those convicted. Because of the extreme personal impact that a judge's sentencing has on each individual, the most effective approach to creating guidelines for sentencing has been a hot topic of debate. Upon the birth of the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, the system changed from one of standards to one of ...