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The Crime Of Conspiracy Thrives In Decisions Of The United States Supreme Court, Paul Marcus Sep 2019

The Crime Of Conspiracy Thrives In Decisions Of The United States Supreme Court, Paul Marcus

Paul Marcus

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The Voice Of Reason—Why Recent Judicial Interpretations Of The Antiterrorism And Effective Death Penalty Act’S Restrictions On Habeas Corpus Are Wrong, Judith L. Ritter Nov 2013

The Voice Of Reason—Why Recent Judicial Interpretations Of The Antiterrorism And Effective Death Penalty Act’S Restrictions On Habeas Corpus Are Wrong, Judith L. Ritter

Judith L Ritter

By filing a petition for a federal writ of habeas corpus, a prisoner initiates a legal proceeding collateral to the direct appeals process. Federal statutes set forth the procedure and parameters of habeas corpus review. The Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (AEDPA) first signed into law by President Clinton in 1996, included significant cut-backs in the availability of federal writs of habeas corpus. This was by congressional design. Yet, despite the dire predictions, for most of the first decade of AEDPA’s reign, the door to habeas relief remained open. More recently, however, the Supreme Court reinterpreted a key ...


The Supreme Court 2009 Term Overview And 2010 Term Preview, Erwin Chemerinsky, Joan Biskupic, Martin A. Schwartz, Leon Friedman Nov 2012

The Supreme Court 2009 Term Overview And 2010 Term Preview, Erwin Chemerinsky, Joan Biskupic, Martin A. Schwartz, Leon Friedman

Martin A. Schwartz

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