Encyclopedia of the American Judicial System: Studies of the Principal Institutions and Processes of Law, Volume 3

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Robert Joseph Janosik
Scribner, 1987 - Constitutional amendments - 1420 pages
Explores legal history, substantive law, institutions and personnel, process and behavior, constitutional law and issues, and methodology.

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Contents

THE COURTS AND CONSTITUTIONALISM
987
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
1004
DUE PROCESS OF LAW
1026
THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE
1038
THE EXECUTIVE AND DOMESTIC AFFAIRS
1055
THE EXECUTIVE AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS
1074
FEDERALISM
1089
LEGAL EDUCATION 614
1100
STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
1271
AMERICAN JURISPRUDENCE
1291
Preface vii
1305
HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE AMERICAN LEGAL SYSTEM
1335
LEGAL HISTORY
1337
COLONIAL LAW AND JUSTICE 1
1351
CORPORATIONS AND THE LAW 276
1352
THE LEGAL PROFESSION AND LEGAL ETHICS 627
1353

THE FRANCHISE
1105
FREE SPEECH AND EXPRESSION
1120
IMMIGRATION NATURALIZATION AND CITIZENSHIP
1137
JUDICIAL REVIEW
1154
PRIVACY
1167
PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES
1179
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
1195
RELIGIOUS LIBERTY
1212
SEX EQUALITY UNDER THE CONSTITUTION
1230
SEXUALITY AND THE LAW
1252
CIVIL LIBERTIES AFTER 1937 211
1357
ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCIES 435
1360
BAR ASSOCIATIONS 475
1366
COMMON LAW AND COMMONLAW LEGAL SYSTEMS 500
1373
EQUITY AND EQUITABLE REMEDIES 545
1380
LEGAL REASONING 875
1387
PLEA BARGAINING 890
1403
SENTENCING ALTERNATIVES 915
1409
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