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Time's Up, Councilman: Why Military Commissions Warrant Exemption from Abstention Doctrine. Lilly, Alex W.S. Mar 22, 2019 13714
THE PERSPECTIVE OF SUPREME FEDERAL TRIBUNAL ABOUT RACIST SPEECH: CRITICAL ANALYSIS/A PERSPECTIVA DO SUPREMO TRIBUNAL FEDERAL SOBRE DISCURSO RACISTA: ANALISE CRITICA. Cella, Jose Renato Gaziero; Kurtz, Lahis Pasquali Report Sep 1, 2018 6262
PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE IN HABEAS CORPUS N. 126.292 JUDGED BY STF: DECISION-MAKING STANDARDS AND THE AD VENT OF MANDATORY PRECAUTIONARY PRISON/PRESUNCAO DE INOCENCIA NO HABEAS CORPUS N. 126.292 JULGADO PELO STF: STANDARDS DECISORIOS E O ADVENTO DA PRISAO CAUTELAR OBRIGATORIA. Portal, Daniela Chies; Gloeckner, Ricardo Jacobsen May 1, 2017 8972
PROVISIONAL EXECUTION OF CRIMINAL SENTENCE AND ITS CONFORMITY TO THE PRESUMPTION OF INNOCENCE AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE ACCUSATORY SYSTEM/A EXECUCAO PROVISORIA DA PENA E SUA COMPATIBILIDADE COM A PRESUNCAO DE INOCENCIA COMO DECORRENCIA DO SISTEMA ACUSATORIO. Suxberger, Antonio Henrique Graciano; de Amaral, Marianne Gomes Jan 1, 2017 14151
The demise of habeas corpus and the rise of qualified immunity: the court's ever increasing limitations on the development and enforcement of constitutional rights and some particularly unfortunate consequences. Reinhardt, Stephen R. May 1, 2015 19352
Is guilt dispositive? Federal habeas after Martinez. Marceau, Justin F. Jun 1, 2014 33616
Is guilt dispositive? Federal habeas after Martinez. Marceau, Justin F. Jun 1, 2014 9756
Enforcing effective assistance after Martinez. King, Nancy J. Jun 1, 2013 13681
Effective trial counsel after Martinez v. Ryan: focusing on the adequacy of state procedures. Primus, Eve Brensike Jun 1, 2013 9893
Boumediene applied badly: the extraterritorial constitution after Al Maqaleh v. Gates. Ghosh, Saurav Feb 1, 2012 12887
"The tissue of the structure": habeas corpus and the Great Writ's paradox of power and liberty. Gregory, Anthony Report Jun 22, 2011 18797
The president needs to invoke the constitution's wartime provisions: "how do we get from the decisive actions of [Andrew] Jackson, [Abraham] Lincoln, and [Franklin] Roosevelt to the Obama administration's stunning mishandling of Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab?". McCarthy, Andrew C. Essay Jul 1, 2010 2641
Boumediene's quiet theory: access to courts and the separation of powers. Vladeck, Stephen I. Jul 1, 2009 19738

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