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Articles from Cornell Law Review (January 1, 2003)

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Constitutional implications of crime victims as participants. Beloof, Douglas E. 10806
Litigating with victim impact testimony: the serendipity that has come from Payne v. Tennessee. Burr, Richard 5760
Revenge or mercy? some thoughts about survivor opinion evidence in death penalty cases. Hoffmann, Joseph L. 6768
Speeding in reverse: an anecdotal view of why victim impact testimony should not be driving capital prosecutions. Johnson, Sheri Lynn 6038
Ten years of Payne: victim impact evidence in capital cases. Blume, John H. 11746
The capital jury and empathy: the problem of worthy and unworthy victims. Sundby, Scott E. 16041
The cognitive components of punishment. Rachlinski, Jeffrey J.; Jourden, Forest 12812
Victim characteristics and victim impact evidence in South Carolina capital cases. Eisenberg, Theodore; Garvey, Stephen P.; Wells, Martin T. 15870
Victim impact evidence: hard to find the real rules. Mosteller, Robert P. 6035
Victim impact statements in capital trials: a selected bibliography. Callihan, Jean M. Bibliography 4277
Victim impact testimony and the psychology of punishment. Nadler, Janice; Rose, Mary R. 17220
What they say at the end: capital victims' families and the press. Gross, Samuel R.; Matheson, Daniel J. 15812

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