Anti-Inquisitorialism (English, United States of America, Harvard Law Review)

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To which legal systems is the resource relevant? United States of America
Which topics does the resource address? inquisitorial system, adversary system, adversarial system, accusatory system, accusatorial system, adversarialism, inquisitorialism, criminal justice, Confrontation Clause, procedural default, sentence, United States Sentencing Guidelines, Bill of Rights, Fourteenth Amendment
In which languages is the resource available? English
Title of the analysis, commentary, report, or study Anti-Inquisitorialism
Author David Alan Sklansky
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Volume 122
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First page 1634
Last page 1704
Date 2009/04/01
Year of publication 2009 CE
URL https://harvardlawreview.org/2009/04/anti-inquisitorialism/, https://harvardlawreview.org/wp-content/uploads/pdfs/vol122 sklansky.pdf
Does this resource include a glossary, dictionary, or similar reference material? no
Was this resource published in law review or similar academic or professional journal? yes
Is this resource freely available online? yes
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Description of the resource A broad and enduring theme of American jurisprudence treats the Continental, inquisitorial system of criminal procedure as epitomizing what our system is not; avoiding inquisitorialism has long been thought a core commitment of our legal heritage. This Article examines the various roles that anti-inquisitorialism has played and continues to play in shaping our criminal process, and then it assesses the attractiveness of anti-inquisitorialism as a guiding principle of American law.
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If the source of the description was online, insert the source here David Alan Sklansky, "Anti-Inquisitorialism," April 1, 2009, accessed December 30, 2019, https://harvardlawreview.org/2009/04/anti-inquisitorialism/
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A broad and enduring theme of American jurA broad and enduring theme of American jurisprudence treats the Continental, inquisitorial system of criminal procedure as epitomizing what our system is not; avoiding inquisitorialism has long been thought a core commitment of our legal heritage. This Article examines the various roles that anti-inquisitorialism has played and continues to play in shaping our criminal process, and then it assesses the attractiveness of anti-inquisitorialism as a guiding principle of American law.sm as a guiding principle of American law. +
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David Alan Sklansky, "Anti-Inquisitorialism," April 1, 2009, accessed December 30, 2019, https://harvardlawreview.org/2009/04/anti-inquisitorialism/ +