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Post-Crisis Reconsideration Of Federal Court Reform, David R. Cleveland Jan 2013

Post-Crisis Reconsideration Of Federal Court Reform, David R. Cleveland

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Constructing Courts: Architecture, The Ideology Of Judging, And The Public Sphere, Allison Anna Tait Jan 2013

Constructing Courts: Architecture, The Ideology Of Judging, And The Public Sphere, Allison Anna Tait

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In several countries, governments have embarked on major building expansion programs for their judiciaries. The new buildings posit the courtroom as their center and the judge as that room’s pivot. These contemporary projects follow the didactic path laid out in Medieval and Renaissance town halls, which repeatedly deployed symbolism in efforts to shape norms. Dramatic depictions then reminded judges to be loyal subjects of the state. In contrast, modern buildings narrate not only the independence of judges but also the dominion of judges, insulated from the state. The significant allocation of public funds reflects the prestige accorded to courts ...


Virginia Practice Series: Jury Instructions, Volume 4, Ronald J. Bacigal, Margaret Ivey Bacigal Jan 2013

Virginia Practice Series: Jury Instructions, Volume 4, Ronald J. Bacigal, Margaret Ivey Bacigal

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Jury Instructions is confined to the most common areas of jury trial work – torts and criminal law. Where possible, the language of the instructions is taken directly from reported cases or case reports. Nearly every instruction is followed by commentary that sets forth the legal authority underlying the instruction and, in some cases, an extensive discussion of the law.