The Sixth Amendment Rights To Fairness: The Touchstones of Effectiveness and Pragmatism
Mosteller, Robert P.
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Analyzes the link between the Sixth Amendment to the concept of fairness. Moreover, in trying to protect and extend the functions and interests that lie behind these rights, a systemic view is warranted and helpful. Further examines how the interests of fairness can be furthered by administrative mechanisms and aided by actors in the system beyond defense attorneys and their experts and agents.
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