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ABA AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION MODEL CODE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY, ETHICAL CONSIDERATION 4-1 (1980)
ABA AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION STANDARDS FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE, THE DEFENSE FUNCTION (2d ed. 1980)
R. ALLEN STRUCTURING JURY DECISIONMAKING IN CRIMINAL CASES: A UNIFIED CONSTITUTIONAL APPROACH TO EVIDENTIARY DEVICES, 94 Harv. L. Rev. 321, 338-353 (1980)
A.J. AYER HUME'S FORMULATION OF THE PROBLEM OF INDUCTION, from The Legacy of Hume, in Probability and Evidence 3-6 (1972)
J. BENTHAM RATIONALE OF JUDICIAL EVIDENCE, from The Works of Jeremy Bentham 473-479 (Browning ed. 1842), as quoted in 8 Wigmore, Evidence 2291, pp.549-551 (McNaughton rev. 1961)
BREWER SCIENTIFIC EXPERT TESTIMONY AND INTELLECTUAL DUE PROCESS, 107 Yale Law Journal, 1535, 1673-1679 (1998)
E. CLEARY PRESUMING AND PLEADING: AN ESSAY ON JURISTIC IMMATURITY, 12 Stan. L. Rev. 5-14 (1959) THE SUBSTANTIVE LAW
L.J. COHEN THE PROBABLE AND THE PROVABLE 77-81 (1977)
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BAR COMMITTEE ON LEGAL ETHICS DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BAR COMMITTEE ON LEGAL ETHICS, Op. 119 (March 15, 1983)
S. ESTRICH Proving Character and Credibility in Sexual Assault Cases, S. ESTRICH, REAL RAPE, Pages 1-7, 42-56 (1987)
J. FALKNOR THE "HEAR-SAY" RULE AS A "SEE-DO" RULE: EVIDENCE OF CONDUCT, 33 Rocky Mt. L. Rev. 133-138 (1960)
E. GREEN THE COMPLETE COURTHOUSE, IN DISPUTE RESOLUTION DEVICES IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY, 44-51 (1985 Roscoe Pound ATLA Foundation, Washington, D.C.)
H. HART & J. McNAUGHTON EVIDENCE AND INFERENCE IN THE LAW, in Evidence and Inference 48, 50-51 (Lerner ed. 1959)
G. JAMES

RELEVANCY, PROBABILITY AND THE LAW, 29 Calif. L. Rev. 689 (1941)

J. LANGBEIN THE GERMAN ADVANTAGE IN CIVIL PROCEDURE , University of Chicago L. Rev. (Fall 1985)
J. McKenna, J. Cecil & P. Coukos "Reference Guide on Forensic DNA Evidence" in Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence (Federal Judicial Center 1994)
E. MORGAN HEARSAY DANGERS AND THE APPLICATION OF THE HEARSAY CONCEPT, 62 Harv. L. Rev. 177, 192-196 (1948)
D. NANCE

CONDITIONAL RELEVANCE REINTERPRETED, 70 B.U.L. Rev. 447 (1990)

C. NESSON THE EVIDENCE OR THE EVENT? ON JUDICIAL PROOF AND THE ACCEPTABILITY OF VERDICTS, 98 Harv. L. Rev. 1357 (1985)
C. NESSON RATIONALITY, PRESUMPTIONS, AND JUDICIAL COMMENT: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR ALLEN, 94 Harv. L. Rev. 1574, 1576-1583 (1981)
C. NESSON REASONABLE DOUBT AND PERMISSIVE INFERENCES: THE VALUE OF COMPLEXITY, 92 Harv. L. Rev. 1187, 1208-1213 (1979)
P. NEUFELD & B. SCHECK

BETTER WAYS TO FIND THE GUILTY, New York Times, 6/6/2000

NOTE THE BASES OF EXPERT OPINION
NOTE THE CONVERGENCE OF FACT AND OPINION
NOTE NEUTRAL EXPERTS
NOTE THE PROCEDURE OF ADMITTING EVIDENCE UNDER RULE 801 (d) (2) (E): Co-Conspirators' Statements
NOTE THE THEORETICAL FOUNDATION OF THE HEARSAY RULES, 93 Harv. L. Rev. 1786, 1786-1807 (1980)
NOTE THE TREASON TRIAL OF SIR WALTER RALEIGH
NOTE WHEN CONDUCT PRESENTS HEARSAY PROBLEMS
J. LANGBEIN THE GERMAN ADVANTAGE IN CIVIL PROCEDURE, University of Chicago Law Review (Fall, 1985 )
R. PARK ,R. PARK, McCORMICK ON EVIDENCE AND THE CONCEPT OF HEARSAY: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS FOLLOWED BY SUGGESTIONS TO LAW TEACHERS, 65 Minn. L. Rev. 423 (1981)
B. RUSSEL ON INDUCTION, in The Problems of Philosophy, 60-69 (1912)
D. SHAVIRO STATISTICAL-PROBABILITY EVIDENCE AND THE APPEARANCE OF JUSTICE, 103 Harv. L. Rev. 530 (1989)
P. TAGUE PERILS OF THE RULEMAKING PROCESS: THE DEVELOPMENT, APPLICATION, AND UNCONSTITUTIONALITY OF RULE 804(b)(3)'S PENAL INTEREST EXCEPTION, 69 Geo. L.J. 851, 862-863, 971 (1981)
J. TANFORD & A. BOCCHINO RAPE VICTIM SHIELD LAWS AND THE SIXTH AMENDMENT, 128 U. Pa. L. Rev. 544, 544-549, 550-551 (1980)
J. THAYER A PRELIMINARY TREATISE ON EVIDENCE 266 (1898)
L. TRIBE TRIANGULATING HEARSAY, 87 Harv. L. Rev. 957, 957-961 (1974)
J.R. TYBOR PERJURY CASE GOES TO DOGS AFTER SHADOW CAST ON WITNESS, The National Law Journal, Sept. 14, 1980, p.4
G. WILL DNA, THE DEATH PENALTY AND HORRIFYING MISTAKES, The Washington Post 4/6/2000
 


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