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Victims' Rights - Bibliography

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BANDES, SUSAN. "Empathy, Narrative, and Victim Impact Statements." University of Chicago Law Review 63 (1996): 361–412.

——. "Victim Standing." Utah Law Review no. 2 (1999): 331–348.

BELOOF, DOUGLAS EVAN. "The Third Model of Criminal Process: The Victim Participation Model." Utah Law Review no. 2 (1999): 289–330.

——. Victims in Criminal Procedure. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 1999.

BROWN, JENNIFER GERARDA. "The Use of Mediation to Resolve Criminal Cases: A Procedural Critique." Emory Law Journal 43 (1994): 1247–1309.

CASSELL, PAUL G. "Balancing the Scales of Justice: The Case for and the Effects of Utah's Victims' Rights Amendment." Utah Law Review no. 4 (1994): 1373–1457.

——. "Barbarians at the Gates? A Reply to the Critics of the Victims' Rights Amendments." Utah Law Review no. 2 (1999): 479–544.

FLETCHER, GEORGE P. With Justice for Some: Victims' Rights in Criminal Trials. New York: Addison-Wesley, 1994.

GERWIRTZ, PAUL. "Victims and Voyeurs at the Criminal Trial." Northwestern University Law Review 90 (1996): 863–897.

HENDERSON, LYNNE N. "The Wrongs of Victim's Rights." Stanford Law Review 37 (1985): 937–1021.

——. "Revisiting Victim's Rights." Utah Law Review no. 2 (1999): 383–442.

KARMEN, ANDREW J. "Who's Against Victims' Rights? The Nature of the Opposition to Pro-Victim Initiatives in Criminal Justice." Saint John's Journal of Legal Commentary 8 (1992): 157–175.

LAMBORN, LEROY L. "Victim Participation in the Criminal Justice Process: The Proposals for a Constitutional Amendment." Wayne Law Review 34 (1987): 125–220.

MOSTELLER, ROBERT P. "Victims' Rights and the United States Constitution: An Effort to Re-cast the Battle in Criminal Litigation." Georgetown Law Journal 85 (1997): 1691–1715.

——. "Victims' Rights and the Constitution: Moving from Guaranteeing Participatory Rights to Benefiting the Prosecution." St. Mary's Law Journal 29 (1998): 1053–1065.

——. "The Unnecessary Victims' Rights Amendment." Utah Law Review no. 2 (1999): 443–479.

MOSTELLER, ROBERT P., and POWELL, H. JEFFERSON. "With Disdain for the Constitutional Craft: The Proposed Victims' Rights Amendment." University of North Carolina Law Review 78 (2000): 371–397.

PIZZI, WILLIAM T., AND PERRONALTER. "Crime Victims in German Courtrooms: A Comparative Perspective on American Problems." Stanford Journal of International Law 32 (1996): 37–64.

President's Task Force on Victims of Crime. Final Report. 1982.

SENDOR, BENJAMIN B. "Restorative Retributism." Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues 5 (1994): 323–363.

SHAPIRO, BRUCE. "Victims and Vengeance: Why the Victims' Rights Amendment Is a Bad Idea." The Nation 10 February 1997, pp. 11–19.

ZIMRING, FRANK E. "Populism, Democratic Government, and the Decline of Expert Authority: Some Reflections on 'Three Strikes' in California." Pacific Law Journal 28 (1996): 243–256.

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