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Revisiting Our Administrative System Of Criminal Justice, Benjamin E. Rosenberg Mar 2017

Revisiting Our Administrative System Of Criminal Justice, Benjamin E. Rosenberg

Res Gestae

Nineteen years after Judge Lynch’s piece, "Our Administrative System of Criminal Justice," this Article considers recent developments in the criminal justice system and whether Judge Lynch’s observations have withstood the test of time. It suggests that Judge Lynch’s observation—that our criminal justice system has strayed far from the model of the adversarial system—remains as true today as it was when he made it in 1998. It further explains that developments in the nineteen years since the publication of “Our Administrative System of Criminal Justice” have caused the criminal justice system to stray even further from ...


The Worst Surprise Of All: No Right To Pretrial Discovery Of The Prosecution's Uncharged Misconduct Evidence, Edward J. Imwinkelried Jan 1987

The Worst Surprise Of All: No Right To Pretrial Discovery Of The Prosecution's Uncharged Misconduct Evidence, Edward J. Imwinkelried

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Determination Of Dismissal Sanctions Under The Speedy Trial Act Of 1974, Martha L. Wood Jan 1987

Determination Of Dismissal Sanctions Under The Speedy Trial Act Of 1974, Martha L. Wood

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Post-Submission Substitution Of Alternate Jurors In Federal Criminal Cases: Effects Of Violations Of The Federal Rules Of Criminal Procedure 23(B) And 24(C), Joshua G. Grunat Jan 1987

Post-Submission Substitution Of Alternate Jurors In Federal Criminal Cases: Effects Of Violations Of The Federal Rules Of Criminal Procedure 23(B) And 24(C), Joshua G. Grunat

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Criminal Discovery In New York: The Effect Of The New Article 240 , Thomas N. Kendris Jan 1980

Criminal Discovery In New York: The Effect Of The New Article 240 , Thomas N. Kendris

Fordham Urban Law Journal

Despite the many persuasive reasons for criminal discovery, its development in New York took place in a gradual, ad hoc manner. This led the New York State Legislature to enact the original article 240 in the Criminal Procedure Act (CPL) in 1971 which provided the courts with a consistent framework to discovery and significantly expanded an accused rights to evidence. This article provides a comprehensive overview of the original article 240, some significant problems that arose under it, and how the new enacted article 240 attempted to address the problems. The author then argues that the new statute could have ...


Criminal Procedure In England And The United States: Comparisons In Initiating Prosecutions, Irving R. Kaufman Jan 1980

Criminal Procedure In England And The United States: Comparisons In Initiating Prosecutions, Irving R. Kaufman

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Case Notes Jan 1972

Case Notes

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Case Notes Jan 1971

Case Notes

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Case Notes Jan 1969

Case Notes

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Case Notes Jan 1969

Case Notes

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Case Notes Jan 1965

Case Notes

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Right To Investigate And New York's "Stop And Frisk" Law, John A. Ronayne Jan 1964

The Right To Investigate And New York's "Stop And Frisk" Law, John A. Ronayne

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pleadings And Motions Before Trial In Federal Criminal Procedure, Lester B. Orfield Jan 1960

Pleadings And Motions Before Trial In Federal Criminal Procedure, Lester B. Orfield

Fordham Law Review

Rule 12 of the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure gave the Supreme Court Advisory Committee more drafting problems than any other rule. Professor Orfield, a member of the Advisory Committee, traces the rule's development through its drafting stages, analyzes the case law which preceded it, and studies the courts' treatment of the rule since its enactment.