36 Judges J. 2 (1997)

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Winter 1997, Vol. 36, No. I
Articles on Judicial Independence
4 The Variousness,Virulence, and Variety of
Threats to Judicial Independence
Provides an overarching discussion of the judicial independence debate, from the
general to the specific
By Francis J. Larkin
B     Court Bashing and Reality:A Comparative
Examination of Criminal Dispositions at the
NewYork Court of Appeals and
Neighboring High Courts
Debunks the myth promulgated by local politicians that the New
York Court of Appeals's criminal decisions differ greatly from the
rest of the country
ByVincent Martin Bonventre and
Judi A. DeMarco
14 Remarks of the Chief Justice of the United
States on the Evolution and Independence of the
Federal Courts
Discusses briefly the beginnings and maturation of the U.S. federal court system
ByWilliam H. Rehnquist
 Judicial Independence and the Line Item Veto
Examines the legislative history of the newly enacted Line Item Veto Act and its
potential impact upon the judiciary
By Louis Fisher
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