State Constitutions and Criminal Justice

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Selected Bibliography

There are hundreds of articles on the New Judicial Federalism, mostly in law reviews, whereas only a few book-length treatments have been published. The following list is highly selective. A lengthier, but less up-to-date, bibliography may be found in the National Law Journal of September 29, 1986.

Abrahamson, Criminal Law and State Constitutions: The Emergence of State Constitutional Law, 63 TEX. L. REV. 1141 ( 1985).

-----, Reincarnation of State Courts, 36 SW. L.J. 951 ( 1982).

Baker, The Ambiguous Independent and Adequate State Ground in Criminal Cases: Federalism along a Mobius Strip, 19 GA. L. REV. 799 ( 1985).

Bamberger, Methodology for Raising State Constitutional Issues, in RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN STATE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 287 ( P. Bamberger ed. 1985).

Bice, Anderson and the Adequate State Ground, 45 S. CAL. L. REV. 750 ( 1972).

Brennan, The Bill of Rights and the States: The Revival of State Constitutions as Guardians of Individual Rights, 61. N.Y.U. L. REV. 538 ( 1986).

-----, State Constitutions and the Protection of Individual Rights, 90 HARV. L. REV. 489 ( 1977).

Carson, "Last Things Last: A Methodological Approach to Legal Argument in State Courts", 19 WILLAMETTE L. REV. 641 ( 1983).

Collins, Commentary: Reliance on State Constitution--Away from a Reactionary Approach," 9 HASTINGS CONST. L.Q. 1 ( 1981).

-----, The Once '"New Judicial Federalism" and Its Critics, 64 WASH. L. REV. 5 ( 1989).

-----, Reliance on State Constitutions--The Montana Disaster, 63 TEX. L. REV. 1095 ( 1985).

Collins & Galie, Models of Post-Incorporation Judicial Review: 1985 Survey of State Constitutional Individual Rights Decisions, 55 U. CIN. L. REV. 317 ( 1986), reprinted in 16 PUBLIUS 111 ( 1986).

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