John Paul Stevens

Author: Christopher E. Smith
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498523749
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This book examines the judicial opinions and criminal justice policy impact of Justice John Paul Stevens, the U.S. Supreme Court’s most prolific opinion author during his 35-year career on the nation’s highest court.

The American System Of Criminal Justice

Author: George F. Cole
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1337670189
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Constitutional Rights: Myths and Realities. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth. ———.
2007. “Justice John Paul Stevens and Prisoners' Rights.” Temple Political & Civil
Rights Law Review 17: 83–107. ———. 2010a. “Justice John Paul Stevens and
Capital Punishment.” Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law 15: 205–60. ———.
2010b. “Justice John Paul Stevens: Staunch Defender of Miranda Rights.”
DePaul Law Review 60: 99–140. ———. 2011. “The Changing Supreme Court
and Prisoners' ...

The Rehnquist Court And Criminal Justice

Author: Christopher E. Smith
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739140825
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This book examines the criminal justice decisions of the Rehnquist Court era through analyses of individual justices' contributions to the development of law and policy.

Criminal Justice Newsletter

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The appeals court said that Groh had violated the Ramirezes' Fourth Amendment
rights and was not entitled to immunity. As the leader of the search, Groh was the
agent who ... "The warrant was plainly invalid," Justice John Paul Stevens wrote
for the majority. "The Fourth Amendment states unambiguously ... Public
defenders are overwhelmed with handling crushing caseloads and providing
representation with little or no training or resources. The result is a culture of
acquiescence: ...

Legal Rights Duties And Liabilities Of Criminal Justice Personnel

Author: Cyril D. Robinson
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd
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308 Limitations, 111-112 Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968,
239 Overbroad, 17, 407-411 Physical disability, 316 Public Employees Collective
Bargaining Act, 209 State Human Rights Statutes, 320 Vague, 17, 407-411
Whistleblower statutes, 402-404 STEFFENS, LINCOLN, 375 STEVENS, JUSTICE
JOHN PAUL Dissent, 88, 170-171 Political appointees, 420 Theory of rights, 292
STEWART, POTTER, JUSTICE Injunctive relief, 218-219 Political appointees,
419-421 ...

The Rehnquist Legacy

Author: Craig Bradley
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521859196
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One of the United States' leading academic defenders of federalism and the
rights of states, Baker has written extensively about the role of the spending
power in federal-state relations. Among her most-cited works in this area are ... of
Law at Harvard University. A former law clerk to Judge Stephen Reinhardt of the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and Justice John Paul Stevens,
Professor Barren is a graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Law School.
Prior to teaching, he ...

Examining The State Of Judicial Recusals After Caperton V A T Massey

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A professional bar association founded in I958, NACDL's over I 1,000 direct
members — and 80 state, local and international affiliate organizations with a
total of 35,000 members — include private criminal defense lawyers, public
defenders, active-duty US. military defense counsel, law professors, and judges
committed to preserving fairness within America's criminal justice system. NACDL
was founded in 1958 to promote study and research in the field of criminal law. to
disseminate ...

Criminal Justice

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... civil rights and civil liberties groups; • more than 50 child and adolescent
advocacy organizations; • the Human Rights Committee of the Bar of England
and Wales and other human rights groups; • the National Legal Aid and Defender
... Kentucky— Justices Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Gins- burg, David Souter and
John Paul Stevens— and three Justices equally firmly in support of the earlier
case— Chief Justice William Rehnquist and Justices Antonin Scalia and
Clarence Thomas.

Mental Health Law Reporter

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That exacting standard of proof lies just below the "beyond a reasonable doubt"
standard required for conviction of a crime. In 46 states and in federal
prosecutions less proof for incompetency is needed, but 12 states entered the
case on Oklahoma's side, seeking to permit states the option of using the higher
standard. Writing for the court, Justice John Paul Stevens said a defendant
should be required to prove incompetence only by a "preponderance" of the
evidence. This means the ...