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Let The Jury Decide: The Gap Between What Judges And Reasonable People Believe Is Sexually Harassing, Theresa M. Beiner Jan 2002

Let The Jury Decide: The Gap Between What Judges And Reasonable People Believe Is Sexually Harassing, Theresa M. Beiner

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Trial Procedure—An Analysis Of Arkansas's Exceptional Treatment Of The Contemporaneous Objection Rule In Criminal Bench Trials. Strickland V. State, 322 Ark. 312, 909 S.W.2d 318 (1995)., Dale D. Smith Jan 1997

Trial Procedure—An Analysis Of Arkansas's Exceptional Treatment Of The Contemporaneous Objection Rule In Criminal Bench Trials. Strickland V. State, 322 Ark. 312, 909 S.W.2d 318 (1995)., Dale D. Smith

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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Use Of The "Zola Plea" In New Jersey Capital Prosecutions, J Thomas Sullivan Jan 1990

Use Of The "Zola Plea" In New Jersey Capital Prosecutions, J Thomas Sullivan

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Criminal Procedure - Voir Dire - Prosecutors Must Now Show That A Juror Is Irrevocably Committed To Voting Against The Maximum Penalty Before Striking For Cause, Marcella Taylor Apr 1981

Criminal Procedure - Voir Dire - Prosecutors Must Now Show That A Juror Is Irrevocably Committed To Voting Against The Maximum Penalty Before Striking For Cause, Marcella Taylor

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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The Facts Of A Case, Irving Younger Oct 1980

The Facts Of A Case, Irving Younger

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

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