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Publicity in Criminal Cases - Bibliography

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BUNKER, MATHEW D. Justice and the Media: Reconciling Fair Trials and a Free Press. 1997.

CHEMERINSKY, ERWIN. "Lawyers Have Free Speech Rights, Too: Why Gag Orders on Trial Participants Are Almost Always Unconstitutional." Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Journal 17 (1997): 311–330.

CHESTERMAN, MICHAEL. "O. J. and the Dingo: How Media Publicity Relating to Criminal Cases Tried by Jury is Dealt With in Australia and America." American Journal of Comparative Law 45 (1997): 109–147.

FREEDMAN, WARREN. Press and Media Access to the Criminal Courtroom. 1988.

HARDAWAY, ROBERT, and TRUMMINELLO, DOUGLAS B. "Pretrial Publicity in Criminal Cases of National Notoriety: Constructing a Remedy for the Remediless Wrong." The American University Law Review 46 (1996): 39–90.

KERR, NORBERT L.; KRAMER, GEOFFREY P.; CARROLL, JOHN S.; and ALFINI, JAMES J. "On the Effectiveness of Voir Dire in Criminal Cases with Prejudicial Publicity: An Empirical Study." The American University Law Review 40 (1991): 665–701.

KRAUSE, STEPHEN J. "Punishing the Press: Using Contempt of Court to Secure the Right to a Fair Trial." Boston University Law Review 76 (1996): 537–574.

LAFAVE, WAYNE R., and ISRAEL, JEROLD H. "Fair Trial and Free Press." Criminal Procedure, 2d ed.

LASSITER, CHRISTO. "TV or Not TV—That Is the Question." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 86 (1996): 928–1095.

LIEBERMAN, JOEL D., and SALES, BRUCE D. "What Social Science Teaches Us about the Jury Instruction Process." Psychology, Public Policy and Law 3 (1997): 589–639.

MINOW, NEWTON N., and CATE, FRED H. "Who Is an Impartial Juror in an Age of Mass Media?" The American University Law Review 40 (1991): 631–664.

SIMON, RITA J. "Does the Court's Decision in Nebraska Press Association Fit the Research Evidence on the Impact on Jurors of News Coverage?" Stanford Law Review 29 (1977): 515–528.

STACK, RICHARD. Courts, Counselors & Correspondents: A Media Relations Analysis of the Legal System, 1998.

WHITEBREAD, CHARLES H., and SLOBOGIN, CHRISTOPHER. "Fair Proceedings and Media Access." Criminal Procedure: An Analysis of Cases and Concepts. 1993. Pages 701–712.

WHITEBREAD, CHARLES H. "Selecting Juries in High Profile Criminal Cases." Green Bag 2d. 2 (1999): 191–198.

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