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Emerging Standards In Supreme Court Double Jeopardy Analysis, Clifford R. Ennico Mar 1979

Emerging Standards In Supreme Court Double Jeopardy Analysis, Clifford R. Ennico

Vanderbilt Law Review

The purposes of this Recent Development are as follows: to identify and evaluate recent modifications in the Court's double jeopardy analysis, to propose that the Court's 1977 Term double jeopardy standards dilute the double jeopardy protection previously afforded to criminal defendants, and to suggest that the Court should permit a broader scope of appellate review in double jeopardy cases.


Plea Bargaining Reexamined, Lynn M. Mather Mar 1979

Plea Bargaining Reexamined, Lynn M. Mather

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Plea Bargaining: The Experiences of Prosecutors, Judges, and Defense Attorneys by Milton Heumann


Constitutional Law- Due Process-Denial Of Inspection Of Personal Institutional File Does Not Violate A Parole Applicant's Right Of Due Process In The Second Circuit, Rabun Huff Bistline Jan 1979

Constitutional Law- Due Process-Denial Of Inspection Of Personal Institutional File Does Not Violate A Parole Applicant's Right Of Due Process In The Second Circuit, Rabun Huff Bistline

Fordham Urban Law Journal

Case note regarding the due process rights for parole applicants. In Williams v. Ward, the second circuit reversed the lower court and acknowledged that at the very least, some due process rights are guaranteed but that the disclosure of the parole file is not constitutionally guaranteed.