Title
CJWi06finalnoimage.correx
By
tappe
Description
The United States prides itself on the development of an exemplary system for ensuring that defendants receive due process at trial, as well as appellate review of trials to ensure that the government complied with due process in obtaining convictions. Although restricted in recent years, the federal judiciary, through the application of the writ of habeas corpus, reviews state convictions as a further guarantee of fairness. Even at their best, though, post-trial appellate remedies are not...

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