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Tyburn Thanatos And Marxist Historiography: The Case Of The London Hanged , Charles J. Reid Jr. Jul 1994

Tyburn Thanatos And Marxist Historiography: The Case Of The London Hanged , Charles J. Reid Jr.

Cornell Law Review

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The Dilemma Of Legal Discourse For Public Educational Responses To The "Crisis" Facing African-American Males, Kevin D. Brown Jan 1994

The Dilemma Of Legal Discourse For Public Educational Responses To The "Crisis" Facing African-American Males, Kevin D. Brown

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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No-Drop Policies In The Prosecution Of Domestic Violence Cases: Guarantee To Action Or Dangerous Solution?, Angela Corsilles Jan 1994

No-Drop Policies In The Prosecution Of Domestic Violence Cases: Guarantee To Action Or Dangerous Solution?, Angela Corsilles

Fordham Law Review

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Of Laws And Men: An Essay On Justice Marshall's View Of Criminal Procedure, Daniel C. Richman, Bruce A. Green Jan 1994

Of Laws And Men: An Essay On Justice Marshall's View Of Criminal Procedure, Daniel C. Richman, Bruce A. Green

Faculty Scholarship

As a general rule, criminal defendants whose cases made it to the Supreme Court between 1967 and 1991 must have thought that, as long as Justice Thurgood Marshall occupied one of the nine seats, they had one vote for sure. And Justice Marshall rarely disappointed them – certainly not in cases of any broad constitutional significance. From his votes and opinions, particularly his dissents, many were quick to conclude that the Justice was another of those "bleeding heart liberals," hostile to the mission of law enforcement officers and ready to overlook the gravity of the crimes of which the defendants before ...