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Criminal Law And Procedure, Julie E. Mcconnell, Gregory Franklin, Craig Winston Stallard Nov 2002

Criminal Law And Procedure, Julie E. Mcconnell, Gregory Franklin, Craig Winston Stallard

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Federal Criminal Prosecutions And The Right To Consular Notification Under Article 36 Of The Vienna Convention, Roberto Iraola Sep 2002

Federal Criminal Prosecutions And The Right To Consular Notification Under Article 36 Of The Vienna Convention, Roberto Iraola

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Warren Court, Criminal Procedure Reform, And Retributive Punishment, Darryl K. Brown Sep 2002

The Warren Court, Criminal Procedure Reform, And Retributive Punishment, Darryl K. Brown

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Ins And Outs, Stops And Starts Of Speedy Trial Rights In Colorado--Part I, H. Patrick Furman Jan 2002

The Ins And Outs, Stops And Starts Of Speedy Trial Rights In Colorado--Part I, H. Patrick Furman

Articles

This two-part article discusses the constitutional right to a speedy trial and the basics of the speedy trial statute.

See Part II at http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/articles/551/.


Accuracy Where It Matters: Brady V. Maryland In The Plea Bargaining Context, Corinna Barrett Lain Jan 2002

Accuracy Where It Matters: Brady V. Maryland In The Plea Bargaining Context, Corinna Barrett Lain

Washington University Law Review

Decided in 1963, Brady v. Maryland imposes on prosecutors a duty to share with defendants information favorable to the defense and material to guilt or punishment. Under Brady and its progeny, prosecutors must disclose impeachment as well as exculpatory information, and are not excused from nondisclosure even if they never received a request for the information or were unaware that the government had it to give. In the analysis below, I argue that Brady’s role in protecting the innocent from wrongful conviction is just as essential in the plea bargaining context as it is at trial, and that therefore ...


The Uncommon Law: Insanity, Executions, And Oklahoma Criminal Procedure, Bryan Lester Dupler Jan 2002

The Uncommon Law: Insanity, Executions, And Oklahoma Criminal Procedure, Bryan Lester Dupler

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Criminal Procedure: Atwater V. City Of Lago Vista: The Due Process Dilemma Of Fourth Amendment Seizures For Traffic Violations, Amy J. Nelson Jan 2002

Criminal Procedure: Atwater V. City Of Lago Vista: The Due Process Dilemma Of Fourth Amendment Seizures For Traffic Violations, Amy J. Nelson

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.


Fallen Superheroes And Constitutional Mirages: The Tale Of Brady V. Maryland, Scott E. Sundby Jan 2002

Fallen Superheroes And Constitutional Mirages: The Tale Of Brady V. Maryland, Scott E. Sundby

Articles

No abstract provided.


The Ins And Outs, Stops And Starts Of Speedy Trial Rights In Colorado--Part Ii, H. Patrick Furman Jan 2002

The Ins And Outs, Stops And Starts Of Speedy Trial Rights In Colorado--Part Ii, H. Patrick Furman

Articles

This two-part article reviews the constitutional and statutory right to a speedy trial and discusses the case law interpreting that right. The first part was printed in July 2002.

See Part I at http://scholar.law.colorado.edu/articles/550/.


The International And Comparative Criminal Trial Project, Mark Findlay Jan 2002

The International And Comparative Criminal Trial Project, Mark Findlay

Research Collection School Of Law

The International Criminal Trial Project (ICTP) has been in operation within the Centre for Legal Research (CLR), Nottingham Law school since January 2000. To date the project has succeeded in establishing a global network of scholars researching international and comparative criminal justice. The ICTP examines and compares trial processes and practice in a variety of local, regional and global contexts. The research incorporates particular evaluations of issues and relationships essential to the operation of trial process in different jurisdictions and stages of development. From the focus on the trial the project is producing knowledge about international and comparative criminal justice ...


The Consequences Of Enlisting Federal Grand Juries In The War On Terrorism: Assessing The Usa Patriot Act’S Changes To Grand Jury Secrecy, Sara Sun Beale, James E. Felman Jan 2002

The Consequences Of Enlisting Federal Grand Juries In The War On Terrorism: Assessing The Usa Patriot Act’S Changes To Grand Jury Secrecy, Sara Sun Beale, James E. Felman

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.