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Decisions On The U S Courts Of Appeals

Author: Ashlyn Kuersten
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113570077X
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This book provides institutional information as well as practical usage information on the U.S. Courts of Appeals. In addition, it includes important statistical information for researchers and students interested in a variety of topics less directly related to the judiciary.

Usa V Farhane

Author: Raymond J. Dearie
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 1437981283
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In this appeal from a judgment of conviction entered after a jury trial in the U.S. Dist. Court for the Southern Dist. of NY, defendant Rafiq Sabir contends that: (1) 18 U.S.C. 2339B, under which he was convicted for providing and conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist org., is unconstitutionally vague; (2) the trial evidence was insufficient to support his conviction; (3) the gov't's. use of peremptory juror challenges exhibited racial bias in viol'n. of the 14th Amend.; (4) erroneous evidentiary rulings violated his rights to a fair trial; (5) the dist. court abused its discretion in addressing alleged juror misconduct; and (6) the gov't's. rebuttal summation deprived him of a fair trial. This decision rejects these arguments as without merit. This is a print on demand pub.

Federal Courts Standards Of Review

Author: Harry T. Edwards
Publisher: West Group
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This sophisticated but easy to understand exposition of the standards of review offers an invaluable resource for law students, law clerks, and practitioners. Decisions of the U.S. Courts of Appeals invariably are shaped by the applicable standards of review. Filling a huge gap in the literature, Standards of Review masterfully explains the standards controlling appellate review of district court decisions and agency actions. Leading academics have described the text as a superb treatment, clear and comprehensive, of a crucial aspect of every appellate case, that makes accessible even the most complex doctrines of review.

Making Law In The United States Courts Of Appeals

Author: David E. Klein
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521891455
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This book asks how federal court judges decide cases when faced with unsettled issues of law. Specifically, how much and why are their decisions influenced by higher court judges or other judges at the same level as themselves? To answer these questions, the author relies on statistical analyses of decisions and interviews with court of appeals judges. The key findings are that judges give serious attention to the work of colleagues of equal authority, but demonstrate substantial independence from the Supreme Court.