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Non-Capital Habeas Cases After Appellate Review: An Empirical Analysis
(Federal Sentencing Reporter, 2012)
n 2007, researchers from the National Center for State Courts and Vanderbilt University Law School reported the findings from a study of litigation in 2384 randomly selected, non-capital habeas cases, approximately 6.5% ...
Plea Bargains that Waive Claims of Ineffective Assistance - Waiving Padilla and Fry
(Duquesne Law Review, 2013)
This essay addresses the growing use and enforcement of terms in plea agreements by which a defendant waives his right to attack his plea agreement on the basis of constitutionally deficient representation during negotiations ...
Appeal Waivers and the Future of Sentencing Policy
(Duke Law Journal, 2005)
This paper is the first empirical analysis of appeal waivers clauses in plea agreements by which defendants waive their rights to appellate and postconviction review. Based on interviews and an analysis of data coded from ...