TITLE

FREQUENCY AND SUCCESS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF CRIMINAL LAW DEFENSES, FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL EVIDENTIARY CLAIMS, AND PLEA NEGOTIATIONS

AUTHOR(S)
Valdes, Stephen G.
PUB. DATE
May 2005
SOURCE
University of Pennsylvania Law Review;May2005, Vol. 153 Issue 5, p1709
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Cites a study which investigates the frequency and success rate of defenses, constitutional evidentiary provisions and plea negotiations in justice administration in the U.S. Use and application of defenses in the criminal justice system as a whole; Analysis of criminal defenses used and its success; Effect of plea negotiations on the application of defenses.
ACCESSION #
17177726

 

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