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Duress: A Philosophical Account Of The Defense In Law, Claire Oakes Finkelstein Jan 1995

Duress: A Philosophical Account Of The Defense In Law, Claire Oakes Finkelstein

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Justice, Liability, And Blame: Community Views And The Criminal Law, Paul H. Robinson, John M. Darley Jan 1995

Justice, Liability, And Blame: Community Views And The Criminal Law, Paul H. Robinson, John M. Darley

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This book reports empirical studies on 18 different areas of substantive criminal law in which the study results showing ordinary people’s judgments of justice are compared to the governing legal doctrine to highlight points of agreement and disagreement. The book also identifies trends and patterns in agreement and disagreement and discusses the implications for the formulation of criminal law. The chapters include:

Chapter 1. Community Views and the Criminal Law (Introduction; An Overview; Why Community Views Should Matter; Research Methods)

Chapter 2. Doctrines of Criminalization: What Conduct Should Be Criminal? (Objective Requirements of Attempt (Study 1); Creating a Criminal ...


Regulating Violence On Television, Mitchell N. Berman Jan 1995

Regulating Violence On Television, Mitchell N. Berman

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Changing Notions Of State Agency In International Law: The Case Of Paul Touvier, Claire O. Finkelstein Jan 1995

Changing Notions Of State Agency In International Law: The Case Of Paul Touvier, Claire O. Finkelstein

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Disquiet On The Eastern Front: Liberal Agendas, Domestic Legal Orders, And The Role Of International Law After The Cold War And Amid Resurgent Cultural Identities, Jacques Delisle Jan 1995

Disquiet On The Eastern Front: Liberal Agendas, Domestic Legal Orders, And The Role Of International Law After The Cold War And Amid Resurgent Cultural Identities, Jacques Delisle

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Comparative Jurisprudence (I): What Was It Like To Try A Rat?, William B. Ewald Jan 1995

Comparative Jurisprudence (I): What Was It Like To Try A Rat?, William B. Ewald

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Does Pro-Choice Mean Pro-Kevorkian? An Essay On Roe, Casey, And The Right To Die, Seth F. Kreimer Jan 1995

Does Pro-Choice Mean Pro-Kevorkian? An Essay On Roe, Casey, And The Right To Die, Seth F. Kreimer

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