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Ebsco E-Book Collection
Ebsco E-Book Collection contains full-text books covering many academic subject areas and popular topics.
The Least Dangerous Branch? Consequences of Judicial Activism : Consequences of Judicial Activism
Unlike legislatures or administrative agencies, courts do not make policy so much as direct and redirect policy as it is implemented. The judicial contribution to policy making involves the infusion of constitutional rights into the realm of public policy, and as the government has grown, the courts have become more powerful from doing more and more of this.
'Doing Justice' in the People's Court : Sentencing by Municipal Court Judges
Municipal Courts and the Judges Who Sit in Them. Research on Bias in Judicial Sentencing. "Doing Justice": The Formation of Judicial Bias in Sentencing. The Process of Doing Justice: What the Defendants Did. The Process of Doing Justice: What the Judges Did. The Process of Doing Justice: Discussion and Conclusions.
Judicial Review in State Supreme Courts : A Comparative Study
Judiciary in a System of Checks and Balances. Explanations of Judicial Behavior. Theory of State Supreme Court Judicial Review. Saliency and Generalizing Behavior in Judicial Review Cases Across Different Policy Areas. Evidence of State Supreme Court Justices’ Responsiveness across Four Areas of Law. Campaign and Election Law. Independence and Accountability in State Supreme Courts.