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Disrobing The Judiciary: The Systematic Stripping Of Judicial Power By The Legislature, Chynna Breann Hibbitts Jan 2020

Disrobing The Judiciary: The Systematic Stripping Of Judicial Power By The Legislature, Chynna Breann Hibbitts

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Call To Criminal Courts: Record Rules For Batson, Catherine M. Grasso, Barbara O'Brien Jan 2017

A Call To Criminal Courts: Record Rules For Batson, Catherine M. Grasso, Barbara O'Brien

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


What The Polls Produce: Why Kentucky Should Retain Nonpartisan Elective Selection Of Its Supreme Court Justices, Nolan M. Jackson Jan 2017

What The Polls Produce: Why Kentucky Should Retain Nonpartisan Elective Selection Of Its Supreme Court Justices, Nolan M. Jackson

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Expanding Reach: The Importance Of Batson V. Kentucky Thirty Years On, Melynda J. Price J.D., Ph.D. Jan 2017

Expanding Reach: The Importance Of Batson V. Kentucky Thirty Years On, Melynda J. Price J.D., Ph.D.

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Batson V. Kentucky Reflections Inspired By A Podcast, Nancy S. Marder Jan 2016

Batson V. Kentucky Reflections Inspired By A Podcast, Nancy S. Marder

Kentucky Law Journal

An episode of More Perfect, a podcast devoted to the US. Supreme Court, focused on Batson v. Kentucky, which just marked its thirtieth anniversary. This podcast serves as the starting point for reflections on Batson v. Kentucky, a case in which the Court maintained the peremptory challenge while trying to eliminate discriminatory peremptory challenges. The podcast contributes to our understanding of Batson in several ways. First, it allows listeners to hear from participants in the case and how they viewed their situation at the time. Second, it considers whether Batson has been effective in ridding jury selection …


Fictions Of Omniscience, Karen Petroski Jan 2014

Fictions Of Omniscience, Karen Petroski

Kentucky Law Journal

Recent studies of the legislative process have questioned the rationales for many principles of statutory interpretation. One of those traditional rationales is the so-called fiction of legislative omniscience, thought to underlie many judicial approaches to statutory decisions. This Article presents the first comprehensive analysis of judicial assertions about legislative awareness and proposes a different way of understanding them. The proposed perspective compares fictions of legislative omniscience with similar but more widely accepted imputations of knowledge in other areas of law; it also draws on recent findings from other disciplines on the use and comprehension of statements about fictional situations. The …


No Exit: The Financial Crisis Facing State Courts, G. Alan Tarr Jan 2012

No Exit: The Financial Crisis Facing State Courts, G. Alan Tarr

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Invisible Branch: Funding Resilient Courts Through Public Relations, Institutional Identity, And A Place On The "Public Radar", Paul J. De Muniz Jan 2012

The Invisible Branch: Funding Resilient Courts Through Public Relations, Institutional Identity, And A Place On The "Public Radar", Paul J. De Muniz

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Symposium On State Court Funding: Keynote Address, Erwin Chemerinsky Jan 2012

Symposium On State Court Funding: Keynote Address, Erwin Chemerinsky

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


State Courts And Public Justice: New Challenges, New Choices, John T. Broderick, Lawrence Friedman Jan 2012

State Courts And Public Justice: New Challenges, New Choices, John T. Broderick, Lawrence Friedman

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Restoring Luster To The Palladium Of Freedom, Wm. T. Robinson Iii Jan 2012

Restoring Luster To The Palladium Of Freedom, Wm. T. Robinson Iii

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Judicial Independence And The State Court Funding Crisis, David J. Barron Jan 2012

Judicial Independence And The State Court Funding Crisis, David J. Barron

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Do We Have 18th Century Courts For The 21st Century?, Michael L. Buenger Jan 2012

Do We Have 18th Century Courts For The 21st Century?, Michael L. Buenger

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Juror Incomprehension: Advocating For A Holistic Reform Of Jury Instructions, J. Brittany Cross Jan 2009

Juror Incomprehension: Advocating For A Holistic Reform Of Jury Instructions, J. Brittany Cross

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Religion, Politics, Race, And Ethnicity: The Range And Limits Of Voir Dire, Barry P. Goode Jan 2004

Religion, Politics, Race, And Ethnicity: The Range And Limits Of Voir Dire, Barry P. Goode

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Horizontal Stare Decisis On The U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Sixth Circuit, Emery G. Lee Iii Jan 2004

Horizontal Stare Decisis On The U.S. Court Of Appeals For The Sixth Circuit, Emery G. Lee Iii

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Of Money And Judicial Independence: Can Inherent Powers Protect State Courts In Tough Fiscal Times?, Michael L. Buenger Jan 2004

Of Money And Judicial Independence: Can Inherent Powers Protect State Courts In Tough Fiscal Times?, Michael L. Buenger

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Social Reform For Kentucky's Judicial System: The Creation Of Unified Family Courts, Erin J. May Jan 2003

Social Reform For Kentucky's Judicial System: The Creation Of Unified Family Courts, Erin J. May

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


On Unpublished Opinions, Edwin R. Render Jan 1984

On Unpublished Opinions, Edwin R. Render

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Judicial V. Legislative Power In Kentucky: A "Comity" Of Errors, Douglas L. Mcswain Jan 1983

Judicial V. Legislative Power In Kentucky: A "Comity" Of Errors, Douglas L. Mcswain

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Economical Litigation: Kentucky's Answer To High Costs And Delay In Civil Litigation, C. Lynn Oliver Jan 1983

Economical Litigation: Kentucky's Answer To High Costs And Delay In Civil Litigation, C. Lynn Oliver

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Voir Dire In Kentucky: An Empirical Study Of Voir Dire In Kentucky Circuit Courts, William H. Fortune Jan 1980

Voir Dire In Kentucky: An Empirical Study Of Voir Dire In Kentucky Circuit Courts, William H. Fortune

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Federal Courts In The Early Republic: Kentucky 1789-1816 By Mary K. Bonsteel Tachau, Woodford L. Gardner Jr. Jan 1979

Federal Courts In The Early Republic: Kentucky 1789-1816 By Mary K. Bonsteel Tachau, Woodford L. Gardner Jr.

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


State Judicial Financing: Preliminaries, Progress, Provisions, And Prognosis, James A. Gazell Jan 1974

State Judicial Financing: Preliminaries, Progress, Provisions, And Prognosis, James A. Gazell

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The New Federalism In Criminal Procedure: State Court Evasion Of The Burger Court, Donald E. Wilkes Jr. Jan 1973

The New Federalism In Criminal Procedure: State Court Evasion Of The Burger Court, Donald E. Wilkes Jr.

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Colten V. Kentucky: De Novo Review And The Price Of A Fair Trial, Ronald L. Gaffney Jan 1973

Colten V. Kentucky: De Novo Review And The Price Of A Fair Trial, Ronald L. Gaffney

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Judicial Reform (Kentucky 1972), Earl T. Osborne Jan 1972

Judicial Reform (Kentucky 1972), Earl T. Osborne

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The National Center For State Courts, Louis H. Burke Jan 1972

The National Center For State Courts, Louis H. Burke

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Federal Courts Of Appeals: Radical Surgery Or Conservative Care, Quentin N. Burdick Jan 1972

Federal Courts Of Appeals: Radical Surgery Or Conservative Care, Quentin N. Burdick

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Reflection On The Present Footing Of Judicial Administration, Thomas C. Clark Jan 1972

Reflection On The Present Footing Of Judicial Administration, Thomas C. Clark

Kentucky Law Journal

No abstract provided.