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Justiciability And Theories Of Judicial Review: A Remote Relationship, Lee A. Albert Sep 1977

Justiciability And Theories Of Judicial Review: A Remote Relationship, Lee A. Albert

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Can/Should Computers Replace Judges?, Anthony D'Amato Jan 1977

Can/Should Computers Replace Judges?, Anthony D'Amato

Faculty Working Papers

Speculates concerning judicial decision-making to test, at least theoretically, what some of the implications of jurisprudential advances might be. Proposes as the means of making this test a consideration of whether a computer may be so programmed as to replace the judicial function of judges.


Comment, A Critique Of The Justifications For Employee Suits In Strict Products Liability Against Third Party Manufacturers, Pierre John Schlag Jan 1977

Comment, A Critique Of The Justifications For Employee Suits In Strict Products Liability Against Third Party Manufacturers, Pierre John Schlag

Articles

No abstract provided.


An Essay On The Determination Of Relevancy Under The Federal Rules Of Evidence, Arthur H. Travers Jr. Jan 1977

An Essay On The Determination Of Relevancy Under The Federal Rules Of Evidence, Arthur H. Travers Jr.

Articles

The scope of the general definition of "relevant evidence" in the Federal Rules of Evidence is ambiguous. It is unclear whether Congress, for instance, intended that certain issues be considered legislatively determined or that those issues rest within the discretion of the courts. There is also some uncertainty over the definition's applicability to several types of evidence--particularly undisputed facts such as those that provide background information or are judicially admitted.


The Twilight Of Welfare Criminology, Stephen J. Morse Jan 1977

The Twilight Of Welfare Criminology, Stephen J. Morse

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


Mondale On Mapp, Yale Kamisar Jan 1977

Mondale On Mapp, Yale Kamisar

Articles

Any judicial reversal of the Mapp rule threatens to have just the opposite effect. Law enforcement officials are likely to treat a decision that illegally obtained evidence may be admitted into state criminal trials as though that were a practical suspension of the constitutional rules as to lawful arrest, search, and seizure. They are likely to feel that once again "the judiciary is okaying it." With the smell of revelations of FBI "black-bag jobs" and intelligence agency abuses still in the air, is this how we want the Court to contribute to the atmosphere of police practices as we enter ...