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The Western Maryland Law Journal
The Western Maryland Law Journal was published from 1998 to 2003. Its run consisted of thirty three works by fourteen authors. The Western Maryland Law Journal is the property of its owners and may not be redistributed for profit. The … Continue reading
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Intro to Death Penalty Voir Dire
Article by James E. Malone. ABSTRACT: “Death is different . . . because of the irrevocable nature of the penalty…” In Intro to Death Penalty Voir Dire, James Malone gives a comprehensive review of Supreme Court rulings shaping jury selection … Continue reading
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