Judicial Process: Law, Courts, and Politics in the United States
For such courses as Judicial Process; Judicial Politics; The American Legal System; or Law, Courts, and Politics, typically found in departments of political science, criminal justice, or law. JUDICIAL PROCESS provides a comprehensive examination of the American legal system, including a balanced treatment of law and politics and explanations of the function of judicial process as the third branch of government. This textbook is designed for courses that deal with America's judicial system, emphasizing how the American legal system reflects the American political system.
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Law Courts and Politics
INSTITUTIONS or LAW
The jury Decides
The Apellate Process
Deciding What to Decide
For Further Reading 383
The Justices and Their Decisions
The Divisive Conﬁrmation of Clarence Thomas
The justices Policy Preferences
jury consultant Dr joEllan Dimitrius
Courts Controversy and Change