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From:Harvard Law Review (Vol. 133, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedSlavery has been fruitful in giving itself names... and you and I and all of us had better wait and see what new form this old monster will assume, in what new skin this old snake will come forth next. --Frederick...
From:Michigan Law Review (Vol. 118, Issue 5) Peer-ReviewedPeremptory strikes, and criticism of the permissive constitutional framework regulating them, have dominated the scholarship on race and the jury for the past several decades. But we have overlooked another important way...
From:Harvard Law Review (Vol. 133, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe state's authority to deliver justice is called into question when its officers are not or cannot be held accountable for violating the law. (1) Since the Supreme Court's 1986 decision in Batson v. Kentucky, (2) it...
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