ABA Journal

Criminal Justice

19872 ABA Journal Criminal Justice articles.

Open-Booker Test

In Bids for Resentencing, White-Collar Criminals Want Review of Loss Figures

Course Competition

Pistol-Packing Player Points Piece at Dawdling Duo. Is That a One-Stroke Penalty or Two?

Churning up the Jury Pool

Massachusetts Case Renews Debate About Minority Representation on Federal Juries

Flying Under the Radar

These Little-Notices Legal Developments Could be Making News This Year

Evidence and Doubt

High Court Will Weigh Those Issues in Capital and Search Cases This Term

Battle of the Expert

A Forensic Pathologist Successfully Fights Criminal Charges Stemming From His Testimony in a Shaken Baby Case

Hand It Over

Ethics Duties Conflict When Lawyers Receive Evidence From Clients in Criminal Cases

A Helping of Healing

It’s probably safe to say that most people would recoil at the suggestion that they spend time with hardened criminals and the families of their victims. Not Janine Geske. A…

Inching Away From Death?

Ineffective-Assistance Rulings Show High Court Wary of Lawyering in Capital Cases

Road Runner

Fleet-Footed Fowl Finds Freeway, While Owners End Up Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire

Challenging Peremptories

Court Doesn’t Buy Proposal to End Jury-Selection Bias by Barring No-Cause Strikes

The Bible Tells Them So

Making Biblical References at Trial May Be Grounds for Revers

Foreign Fight

Alberto Galvis Claims That Occidental Petroleum Corp. Is Liable for a Raid That Killed His Family in Colombia. A Revived Alien Tort Law May Get Him His Day in U.S. Court.

The Uncertain Science of Evidence

Some Testimony from Expert Witnesses in Criminal Trials Is Having Trouble Standing Up to Tougher Scrutiny from the Courts

Will Youth be Served?

Death Penalty Ruling Points Up Changes in Thinking About Juvenile Justice System

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