Use this collection of over 60 primary documents to trace the evolution of trial rights from English and colonial beginnings to our contemporary understanding of their meaning. Court cases and other documents bring to life the controversies that have historically surrounded the rights of those who have been accused in the American legal system. Explanatory introductions to documents aid users in understanding the various arguments put forth and the context in which the document was written, while illuminating the significance of each document.
Pre-Trial Prejudice 2.0: How YouTube Generated News Coverage Is Set to Complicate the Concepts of Pre-Trial Prejudice Doctrine and Endanger Sixth Amendment FairTrial Rights Mastromauro, Matthew.
The Journal of High Technology Law, Vol. 10, No. 2, July 2010
Why Private Remedies for Environmental Torts under the Alien Tort Statute Should Not Be Constrained by the Judicially Created Doctrines of Jus Cogens and Exhaustion Wilson, Mark W..
Environmental Law, Vol. 39, No. 2, Spring 2009
Congress Argues the Recrafting of Terror Tribunals ; at Issue: The Extent of Fair-Trial Protections for Suspected Terrorists Warren Richey writer of The Christian Science Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, July 10, 2006