Session 421: CL19 -> A Critical Examination of Criminal Due Process
Time: 12:30PM to 2:00 PM on Friday, November 19
Place: Conv Ctr 208
Session Chair: Roger Roots, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The Science of Conviction: The Growing Efficiency of Criminal Procedure
by: Roger Roots, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (Corresponding)
On the Displacement of Criminal Due Process of Law by Bureaucratic Decision-Making
by: Stephen J. Perrello, Jr., Alliant International University (Corresponding)
Testing Procedural Justice With Two Experimental Designs in a Court Setting
by: Marcy Podkopacz, Fourth Judicial District Court of MN (Corresponding)
Deborah A. Eckberg, Fourt Judicial District Court of MN
Larry Heuer, Columbia University
Tom R. Tyler, New York University
Steven Penrod, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Regulating Remand -- Consistency in Decision Making
by: Kate Steward, London School of Economics (Corresponding)
Impediments to the Implementation of an Around-the-Clock Initial Hearing Court
by: Terry L. Baumer, Indiana Univ.-Purdue Univ. - Indianapolis (Corresponding)

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