Pretrial Publicity and Due Process in Criminal Proceedings
Caren Dubnoff examines the roles of the Supreme Court and state appellate courts in defining and upholding the constitutional right to an impartial criminal trial in the face of prejudicial pretrial publicity. She concludes that the Supreme Court refusal to declare national standards has led to widespread denial of judicial relief by most state courts.
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The Powell Doctrine
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PERSPECTIVES ON PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS, 1992–2020
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