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Testilying: Police Perjury and What to Do About It
(University of Colorado Law Review, 1996)
Police, like people generally, lie in all sorts of contexts for all sorts of reasons. This article has focused on police lying designed to convict individuals the police think are guilty. Strong measures are needed to ...
Having it Both Ways: Proof That the U.S. Supreme Court is "Unfairly" Prosecution-Oriented
(Florida Law Review, 1996)
If the assertions that this essay makes about the Court's "unfair" prosecution-orientation withstand scrutiny,"3 two further conclusions might follow. First, the highest court in the country is so fixated on ensuring that ...