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18 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1999)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth18 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS

VOLUME 18 / NUMBER 1
COMMENTARY: There Are No Lessons to Be Learned from Littleton /
GARY KLECK
EXCHANGE

WINTER/SPRING 1999

A Trial in Germany
GEORGE P. FLETCHER
Faulty System or Ineffective
Defense Counsel? /
CORNELIUS NESTLER

A TRIAL IN GERMANY
3    An Introspective View of
the Inquisitorial Trial /
DANIELA LUPAS
13
ARTICLE

Taking on Testilying: The Prosecutor's  26
Response to In-Court Police
Deception /
LARRY CUNNINGHAM
IN THE LITERATURE

ReviewEssay / The Scope and Limits
of Criminal Justifications

41     Review Essay / Attempts as
Attacks

Robert F. Schopp, Justification Defenses
and Just Convictions
LAURIE KRATKY DORE

R.A. Duff, Criminal Attempts
BARBARA BAUM LEVENBOOK

Publications Received

Published by the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics,
John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY.

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