35 Judges J. 1 (1996)

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OURNAL
A Quarterly of the Judicial Administration Division
Contents
2    Sex Discrimination in the Selection and Participation
of Female Jurors: A Post-J.E.B. Analysis
By Cameron McGowan Currie and Aleta M. Pillick
8    Habeas Corpus Petitions in Death Penalty Litigation
By Victor E. Flango
16   Taking a Closer Look at the Double Jeopardy DWI Defense
By David H. Hugel
18   The Pace of Divorce Litigation:
Why Some Courts are Faster than Others
By John Goerdt
35   Where Judges Fit into the Electronic Future
By John N. Kirkendall
47   Nominating Committee Reports

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