31 Just. Sys. J. i (2010)

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JUSTICE SYSTEM JOURNAL
Volume 31 e   Number 1, 2010
Letter from the Editor-in-Chief                                           iii
ROBERT M. HOWARD
Articles
The Brooding Spirit of the Law: Supreme Court Justices Reading
Dissents from the Bench                                               1
WILLIAM D. BLAKE AND HANS J. HACKER
Supreme Court Clerkships and Feeder Judges                              26
LAWRENCE BAUM AND COREY DITSLEAR
Opening and Closing the Jury Room Door: A Sociohistorical
Consideration of the 1955 Chicago Jury Project Scandal              49
ERIN YORK CORNWELL
Case Disposition in the Drug Court: Who Is the Most Central Actor?        74
SALMON A. SHOMADE
Crime-Show-Viewing Habits and Public Attitudes Toward Forensic
Evidence: The CSI Effect Revisited                                 97
DEBORAH R. BASKIN AND IRA B. SOMMERS
Legal Note
Removing Judges: The Cases of Immigration Judges Jeffrey Chase
and Noel Ferris                                                     114
MARK S. HURWITZ
Review Section
The Battle Over Judicial Elections: Right Argument, Missed Audience:
A Response to Stephen Wasby                                         117
CHRIS W BONNEAU AND MELINDA GANN HALL
Of Note                                                                 122
JOLLY A. EMREY

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