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Guilty Plea: Accepting the Plea - Bibliography

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ADELSTEIN, RICHARD P. The Negotiated Guilty Plea: An Economic and Empirical Analysis. New York: Garland, 1985.

American Bar Association. Standards for Criminal Justice Prosecution Function and Defense Function, 3d ed. Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, 1993, 3–4.1 to 3–4.3; 4–6.1 to 4–6.2.

ALSCHULER, ALBERT W. "Plea Bargaining and its History." Columbia Law Review 79 ( January 1979): 1.

BOND, JAMES E. Plea Bargaining and Guilty Pleas, 2d ed. New York: Clark Boardman & Co., 1982.

KAMISAR, YALE; LAFAVE, WAYNE R.; and ISRAEL, JEROLD. Modern Criminal Procedure, 8th ed. St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Co., 1994.

LAFAVE, WAYNE R., and ISRAEL, JEROLD. Criminal Procedure §§ 21.1–21.6, 2d ed., St. Paul, Minn.: West Publishing Co., 1992.

LANGBEIN, JOHN H. "Understanding the Short History of Plea Bargaining." Law and Society Review 13 (1979): 261.

SCHULHOFER, STEPHEN J. "Plea Bargaining as Disaster." Yale Law Journal 101 (1992): 1979.

SCOTT, ROBERT E., and STUNTZ, WILLIAM J. "Plea Bargaining as Contract." Yale Law Journal 101 ( June 1992): 1909.

ZACHARIAS, FRED C. "Justice in Plea Bargaining." William & Mary Law Review 39 (March 1998): 1121.

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