Murder and the Reasonable Man: Passion and Fear in the Criminal Courtroom

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Index
Abramson, Jeffrey, 342
Abu-Odeh, Lamu, 308
Adams, Henry E., 70–71, 295–296
Addis, Adeno, 138, 314
Affirmative action, 222–223, 335–336
Age, 88
Agüero, Joseph E., 290
Alexander, Larry, 311
Alfieri, Anthony V, 106, 306
Allen, Barry, 148–149
Alschuler, Albert W., 318
Amedure, Scott, 67–69, 94, 293–295
American Psychiatric Association, 70–71, 296
American Psychological Association, 71, 296
Amnesty International, 324, 327
Andrew, Connie, 55–56
Angel, Marina, 282
Anti-gay attitudes, 57–58, 72, 289–290, 295–296
Aphaylath, May, 114, 116–117, 309
Arce, Cesar Renee, 156–157
Armour, Jody David, 137, 258, 313, 316, 339, 343
Arnold, Raymond, 38
Ashworth, A. J., 280, 346
Asian-as-Foreigner stereotype, 165–170
Asian-as-Martial-Artist stereotype, 170–174
Asian-as-Model-Minority stereotype, 160–163
Babbit, Ellen, 38–39
Bailey, Frankie Y., 319
Baker, Fred, 63
Baldus, David C, 140, 314, 315, 318
Bandes, Susan, 325
Banks, Taunya Lovell, 144–145, 316
Bartlett, Katharine T., 212, 333
Battered women, 6, 27, 128–129, 209–210, 219–220, 252
Baynes, Leonard PL, 138, 314
“Belief Perspective” (I and II), 177–178
Bell, Derrick Α., 10, 112–113, 120, 308, 335–336
Bennett, William, 142
Berril, Kevin L, 299
Berry, Albert Joseph, 17–18, 24–25, 32, 43–45, 114, 229
Beverly, Stephen, 63, 292–293
Black, capitalization of, 313
Black-as-Criminal stereotype, 138–146, 183–184
Black Rage, 120–121, 306
Blackwell, Stephen, 55–56
Blumberg, Mark, 325
Boiling tea case, 219
Bond, Charles E, 141, 315, 326
Bond, James, 31
Boy Scouts of America, 57, 290
Brady, Owen Wilson, 53
Brannon, Robert, 104, 105, 301, 304, 306
Brenner, Claudia, 82, 301
Brewer, Kenneth, 91–93
Bright, Stephen, 91–93
Brinkley Francis, 89–91
Broderick, Betty, 46–51
Broderick, Dan, 46^9
Brooks, Roy L., 333
Brown, Michael F, 324
Brown, Richard Maxwell, 311
Browne, Angela, 279, 283
Brown v. Board of Education, 112–113
Bugar, Paul, 193
Burgess, Andre, 185–187, 327
Burke, Alafair S., 219, 280, 334, 337
Burr, Sherri L., 315
Buss, David M., 284
Butler, Charles, 78–80, 85, 300
Butler, Paul, 342
Buunk, Bram P., 281, 284
Cabey Darryl, 148–149, 154
Cahill, Judge Robert, 41
Calebresi, Guido, 203, 330
Camplin, Director of Public Prosecutions v., 211–212
Cannon, William, 185–186
Canty, Lroy 148–149
Carr, Stephen, 82, 301
Carroll, Jenny E., 334
Carter, Burlette, 308
Chamallas, Martha, 213, 333
Chang, Robert S., 163–165, 321
Chen, Christina Pei-Lin, 221–222, 294, 335
Chen, Dong Lu, 96–97, 99, 103, 105, 113–114, 304
Chen, Jian Wen, 96, 103–104
Chevigny Paul G., 181, 325
Chew, Pat K, 320
Chicano, Mark, 38–39
Chin, Vincent, 162–165, 166
Chiu, Daina C, 103, 304, 305
Cho, Sumi K, 321
City of Los Angeles v. Lyons, 187
Class, 77, 87
Clinton, Bill, 30, 31, 50, 296
Clinton, Hillary, 50–51, 289
Cohen, Dov, 36, 286, 322
Coker, Donna K, 28, 44, 279, 280, 281, 283, 288
Cole, David, 327
Coleman, Doriane Lambelet, 109, 307, 310
Color-blindness v. color-consciousness, 12, 222–223, 335
Columbine High School shooting, 184
Comstock, Gary David, 73, 294, 295, 296, 302, 303

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