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The effect of addition of liraglutide to high‐dose intensive insulin therapy: a randomized prospective trial
Patients with type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance may require high insulin doses to control hyperglycaemia. The addition of glucagon‐like peptide‐1 receptor agonists (GLP‐1 RAs) to basal insulinExpand
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Collective Bargaining Rights and Police Misconduct: Evidence from Florida
Growing controversy surrounds the impact of labor unions on law enforcement behavior. Critics argue that unions impede organizational reform and insulate officers from discipline for misconduct. YetExpand
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How Private Insurers Regulate Public Police
A string of deadly police-citizen encounters, made public on an unprecedented scale, has thrust American policing into the crucible of political conflict. New social movements have taken to theExpand
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The Effect of Collective Bargaining Rights on Law Enforcement: Evidence from Florida
Growing controversy surrounds the impact of labor unions on law enforcement behavior. Critics allege that unions impede organizational reform and insulate officers from discipline for misconduct. TheExpand
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The Structural Function of the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel of Choice
The “root meaning” of the Sixth Amendment’s Counsel Clause is the right to retain counsel of one’s choice. Yet until just last Term, no criminal defendant had ever persuaded the U.S. Supreme Court toExpand
Comparative Domestic Constitutionalism: Rethinking Criminal Procedure Using the Administrative Constitution
This Note compares the "administrative constitution" — the Administrative Procedure Act — to the constitution of criminal procedure set forth in the Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment.Expand
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The Wandering Officer
“Wandering officers” are law-enforcement officers fired by one department, sometimes for serious misconduct, who then find work at another agency. Policing experts hold disparate views about theExpand
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Is Police Behavior Getting Worse? Data Selection and the Measurement of Policing Harms
Public concern about harmful policing is surging. Governments are paying historic amounts for law enforcement liability. Has police behavior changed? Or is society responding differently? TraditionalExpand
Unbundling Criminal Trial Rights
The notion that criminal defendants are put to an all-or-nothing choice between the guilty plea and full-blown jury trial is both pervasive and wrong. Defendants can, and sometimes do, “unbundle”Expand
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