30 Just. Sys. J. i (2009)

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JUSTICE SYSTEM JOURNAL
Volume 30 .a Number 1, 2009
Letter from the Editor-in-Chief                                              iii
ROBERT HOWARD
About the Authors                                                             v
Articles
The Presence of Lower-Court Amici as an Aspect of Supreme Court Agenda Setting  I
TIMOTHY M. HAGLE AND HAROLD J. SPAETH
Courting Multiple Audiences: The Strategic Selection of Legal Groundings by
Judges on the U.S. Courts of Appeals                                    14
ROBERT J. HUME
The Impact of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and Reform:
A Comparative Analysis                                                  34
LYDIA BRASHEAR TIEDE
Problem Solving and the American Bench: A National Survey of
Trial Court Judges                                                      50
DONALD J. FAROLE, JR.
From the Benches and Trenches
Case Management Innovation in a Large, Urban Trial Court: The Critical
Importance of Legal Stakeholder Attitudes                               70
JAMES PETER COOLSEN
Court Reform: The North Dakota Experience                                    91
SALLY HOLEWA
Legal Notes
When judges Sue Their Brethren: Opala v. Watt                               1ll
Update: Judge Lopez Torres and New York's Trial Judge Nominating Process    113
MARK S. HuRwiTz
Review Section
Review of Gould, The Innocence Commission: Preventing Wrongful Convitions and
Restoring the Criminal Justice System                                   114
JAMES R. ACKER
Of Note                                                                     118
JOLLY A. EMREY AND STEPHEN L. WASBY

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