State Constitutions and Criminal Justice

State Constitutions and Criminal Justice

State Constitutions and Criminal Justice

State Constitutions and Criminal Justice

Synopsis

The new "judicial federalism" is a significant development in American law: more cases are being decided by state constitutions than ever before in history. In this book, Latzer provides the most thorough treatment available of the criminal law aspects of the New Federalism. His thoroughly researched and documented analysis of the state law movement covers all fifty states over the past two decades. This is an important resource for anyone concerned with the political-ideological tension between federal and state courts.
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