The Legal Process from a Behavioral Perspective

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Index of Subjects

A
Abington Township School District v. Schempp, 32, 287
Administrative agencies, 46-58, 237-44
adjudication procedure, 50
congestion and delay, 52, 54
Dawson Committee, 46, 55
fairness of proceedings, 51
hearing examiners to decrease delay, 52
prehearing conferences and agreements, 54
public participation, 46, 47
rulemaking, 47
Administrative Conference, 55
Administrative Office of the United States Courts, 82, 87, 105
Administrative Procedure Act, 46, 47, 50
Administrators, 199-218
Afro-Asian countries, 9, 11
Age
attorneys, 115-16
defendants, 96
judges, 211, 231
Alabama, 139, 221
ALGOL programming language, 358
American Association of Law Schools, 117
American Bar Association, 105, 117, 123, 124, 179, 210, 228
Committee on Electronic Data Retrieval, 131
American Bar Foundation, 82, 85, 88, 96
American Civil Liberties Union, 153, 210, 295, 296, 298, 311-14, 316
American governmental structures, relationship with formation of public policy, 39-45
American Law Institute, 217 Code of Criminal Procedure, 85
American Law Reports, 113, 114
American Legion, 210, 228
American national government, 39-45
cold-war foreign policy, 41
democracy, 39
federalism, 89, 40
judicial review, 41
regulatory and welfare functions, 41, 42
American national government (cont.)
separation of powers, 39, 42, 43
two-party system, 39, 42, 44
American Political Science Association, 384
American Sociological Association, 383
American Veterans Committee, 210
Americans for Democratic Action, 210
Analysis of variance, 307-8
Anthropologists, 32, 69
Appointment of judges, 174, 193-98, 211, 220-21, 258
Asbury Park Press, Inc. v. Woolley, 134
Ashanti, 70
Assault, 82-84, 86, 90, 92-96, 99, 100, 102
Attitudes, 199-218
civil liberties, 310
criminal lawyers, 84, 89, 93, 99, 105, 106-12, 121, 300-02, 309
judges, 9, 199, 284-85, 309
police, 308
Attitudinal characteristics, Supreme Court justices, 9
Attorneys
backgrounds
age, 115, 116, 118, 122-28
associations, 115, 118, 122-23
education, 115, 117, 118, 122-23
evaluation, 115, 118, 122-23
interrelations among characteristics, 122-24
nationality, 115, 118, 122-23
related to courtroom results, 68, 113-24
benefits from behavioral perspective, vii
cross-cultural, 69-80
defense attorneys, 82, 229, 309
prosecutors, 229, 309
Avery v. Midland County, 141

B
Background characteristics, 378
attorneys, 118-24
defendants, 81-112
judges
backgrounds described, 199-226
backgrounds related to decisions, 227-44
Bail, 88, 84, 88, 89, 93, 97, 98, 101, 382 393

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