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- JUDGING, POLITICS, AND ACCOUNTABILITY: A REPLY TO CHARLES GEYH. Bandes, Susan // Case Western Reserve Law Review;Summer2006, Vol. 56 Issue 4, p947
The article presents the author's views on the judicial accountability and its implication to the U.S. political system. He looks at the issues on rescuing the judicial accountability from the realm of political rhetoric. He notes that such accountability have broader relations in certain types...
- Four models of due process. Ramraj, Victor V. // International Journal of Constitutional Law;Jul2004, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p492
The article offers information on four approaches or models to the due process of law or the ability of the state to deprive a person of life or liberty. As stated the approaches were brought up after the survey of the constitutional jurisprudence of Singapore, India, the U.S., South Africa, and...
- Due Process and Criminal Procedure in the Cambodian Extraordinary Chambers. Sluiter, Göran // Journal of International Criminal Justice;May2006, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p314
This contribution concentrates on aspects of due process and the organization of criminal procedure in the Cambodian Extraordinary Chambers (CEC). It will be demonstrated that in respect of human rights the governing legal framework offers a solid basis for protection, but strict enforcement may...
- Eyewitnesses and Exclusion. Garrett, Brandon L. // Vanderbilt Law Review;Mar2012, Vol. 65 Issue 2, p451
No abstract available.
- Due Process Orientation Does Not Always Mean Political Liberalism. Liu, James H.; Shure, Gerald H. // Law & Human Behavior (Springer Science & Business Media B.V.);Jun1993, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p343
Based on a factor analysis, a distinction is made between Procedural Due Process and Due Process/ Crime Control attitudes. Factor scores were developed to classify survey respondents on each dimension. Only Due Process/Crime Control scores correlated significantly with political self-definition...
- WHY DO CRIMINALS OBEY THE LAW? THE INFLUENCE OF LEGITIMACY AND SOCIAL NETWORKS ON ACTIVE GUN OFFENDERS. PAPACHRISTOS, ANDREW V.; MEARES, TRACEY L.; FAGAN, JEFFREY // Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology;Spring2012, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p397
Research on procedural justice and legitimacy suggests that compliance with the law is best secured not by mere threat of force, but by fostering beliefs in the fairness of the legal systems and in the legitimacy of legal actors. To date, however, this research has been based on general...
- Due Process and the Administrative State. Rubin, Edward L. // California Law Review;Dec84, Vol. 72 Issue 6, p1044
Argues that there is little need for the U.S. Supreme Court to transform the preexisting due process doctrine or the modern legal theory that underlies it. Development of procedural due process; Scope of the due process clause; Inquiry into the content of due process protection.
- ACHIEVING DUE PROCESS OF LAW: AN ADMINISTRATIVE ALTERNATIVE TO THE EMPTY PROMISE OF FORMAL HEARINGS. Chitwood, Stephen R. // Southern Review of Public Administration;Mar82, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p43
Presents an administrative alternative to the promise of formal hearings in achieving due process of law in the U.S. Interests of life, liberty and property affected by the actions and decisions of public administrators; Procedures for committing minors to mental institutions.
- DUE PROCESS, THE BURGER COURT, AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION. Cooper, Phillip J. // Southern Review of Public Administration;Mar82, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p65
Analyzes the administration of due process rulings in the city court in Warren, Michigan. Transition period and modes of change; Increase in due process requirements on decision processes; Reduction in judicial pressure on the administrative process.