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Priceless Process: NonNegotiable Features of Criminal Litigation
(UCLA Law Review, 1999)
In this Article, Professor Nancy King develops an approach for determining when judges should block the efforts of criminal litigants to bypass constitutional and statutory requirements other than those already traded ...
The American Criminal Jury
(Law and Contemporary Problems, 1999)
As juries become both less common and more expensive, some have questioned the wisdom of preserving the criminal jury in its present form. The benefits of the jury are difficult to quantify, but jury verdicts continue to ...