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Lies, Damn Lies, And Batson Challenges: The Right To Use Statistical Evidence To Prove Racial Bias, Graham R. Cronogue Aug 2016

Lies, Damn Lies, And Batson Challenges: The Right To Use Statistical Evidence To Prove Racial Bias, Graham R. Cronogue

University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review

This Article provides two principal contributions to the study of wrongful convictions. First, it fills a gap in the literature by clarifying the scope of a capital defendant’s constitutional right to use statistics when attacking a wrongful conviction caused by racial bias in jury selection. In doing so, the Article not only examines the content of the Court’s jurisprudence but it also explores the historical “arc” toward greater evidentiary protections. This arc has been guided primarily by the realization that prior narrower solutions have been ineffective at combating racially-motivated peremptory strikes. The Article will also place modern statistical ...


The American Death Penalty: Constitutional Regulation As The Distinctive Feature Of American Exceptionalism, Jordan M. Steiker Jan 2013

The American Death Penalty: Constitutional Regulation As The Distinctive Feature Of American Exceptionalism, Jordan M. Steiker

University of Miami Law Review

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United States V. Burns: Canada's Extraterritorial Extension Of Canadian Law And Creation Of A Canadian "Safe Haven" In Capital Extradition Cases, Andrea Cortland Oct 2008

United States V. Burns: Canada's Extraterritorial Extension Of Canadian Law And Creation Of A Canadian "Safe Haven" In Capital Extradition Cases, Andrea Cortland

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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Saving Constitutional Rights From Judicial Scrutiny: The Savings Clause In The Law Of The Commonwealth Caribbean, Margaret A. Burham Apr 2004

Saving Constitutional Rights From Judicial Scrutiny: The Savings Clause In The Law Of The Commonwealth Caribbean, Margaret A. Burham

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

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The Prostitution Of Lying In Wait, H. Mitchell Caldwell Jan 2003

The Prostitution Of Lying In Wait, H. Mitchell Caldwell

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


The European Tendency Toward Non-Extradition To The United States In Capital Cases: Trends, Assurances, And Breaches Of Duty, Robert Gregg Oct 2002

The European Tendency Toward Non-Extradition To The United States In Capital Cases: Trends, Assurances, And Breaches Of Duty, Robert Gregg

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.


Mitigation, Mercy, And Delay: The Moral Politics Of Death Penalty Abolitionists, Anthony V. Alfieri Jan 1996

Mitigation, Mercy, And Delay: The Moral Politics Of Death Penalty Abolitionists, Anthony V. Alfieri

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Innocence Of Death: A Habeas Petitioner's Last Chance, Deborah J. Gander Sep 1993

Innocence Of Death: A Habeas Petitioner's Last Chance, Deborah J. Gander

University of Miami Law Review

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The Case Of The Speluncean Explorers: Contemporary Proceedings, Naomi R. Kahn, John O. Calmore, Mary I. Coombs, Dwight L. Greene, Geofrey C. Miller, Jeremy Paul, Laura W. Stein Jan 1993

The Case Of The Speluncean Explorers: Contemporary Proceedings, Naomi R. Kahn, John O. Calmore, Mary I. Coombs, Dwight L. Greene, Geofrey C. Miller, Jeremy Paul, Laura W. Stein

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