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Race Bias in the Administration of the Death Penalty: The Florida Experience
T WICE in the past fifteen years, federal courts of appeals I have been urged to reverse death sentences on the ground that the death penalty was administered along racially discriminatory lines. TheExpand
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Lay Judges in the German Criminal Courts
THE role laymen play in the administration of justice has been a subject of controversy ever since trial by jury became the standard mode of trial at common law. The controversy rages unabated in ourExpand
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From Mouse-to-Man: The Quantitative Assessment of Cancer Risks
Results from animal experiments are often used to assess cancer risks to humans from low doses of chemicals. This involves two extrapola- tions: from high dose to low dose and from animals to humans.Expand
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Les chômeurs de Marienthal
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Prove It with Figures
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"Convincing Empirical Evidence" on the Six Member Jury
The United States Supreme Court has recently been increasing its references to what it likes to call "empirical" data. A genuine issue is occasionally documented by such data, for example theExpand
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Prove It with Figures: Empirical Methods in Law and Litigation
1 The Search for Causes: An Overview.- 2 The Controlled Randomized Experiment.- 2.1 A nearly perfect experiment.- 2.2 Eliminating bias in selecting subjects.- 2.3 Limits to experimentation.- 2.4 TheExpand
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