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Pro Se Litigation
This review examines the rising challenge of self-represented litigants in America's courts. It begins with a history of the right to represent oneself and the right to counsel and then considers theExpand
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The adversary system : a description and defense
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Crimes of the Holocaust: The Law Confronts Hard Cases (U. Pa. Press, 2005).
Prologue Chapter 1. Nuremberg Chapter 2. Eichmann Chapter 3. John Demjanjuk and Ivan the Terrible Chapter 4. Imre Finta Chapter 5. Prospects for the Prosecution of Genocide Perpetrators Notes IndexExpand
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One Hundred Years of Rectitude: Medical Witnesses at the Old Bailey, 1717–1817
Partisan expert witnesses, selected, prepared, and presented by the parties, are one of the central features of Anglo-American judicial proceedings. They provide fact finders with essential technicalExpand
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