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THE RESEARCH DESIGN
LOWER COURT JUDGES AS SEEN BY LOWER
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Administrative Office Analysis appellate judges approach attitudes background variables backlog Beatty caseload Circuit Court circuit judicial council concerned conflict resolvers Consensus Variables Court of Appeals Courtroom D.C. Circuits deciding decisional decisions depart from precedent dissertation example factor Federal Courts Federal District Judges Federal Judicial Center Fisher's Exact Test fourth circuit Glick Ibid incumbent indicated interview Iowa Supreme Court Journal judge's Judicial Behavior Judicial Role judiciary Kenneth N Law Review law school Legislative nonprobability sample number of judges Number Percentage opinion perceive Perception and Precedent Perceptions and Judicial plea bargaining population Precedent Orientation problem processors public policy question relationship role alternatives role orientations Role Perceptions role theory rule Sample of district speedy trial stare decisis supreme court judges Supreme Court Justice Table tion trial judges trial level U.S. Courts U.S. District Judges U.S. Supreme Court United States Courts University unpublished Ph.D views Wold York