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Bureau of Justice Statistics. Justice Expenditure and Employment, 1990. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, 1992.

COLTON, AMY M. "Note: Eyes to the Future, Yet Remembering the Past: Reconciling Tradition with the Future of Legal Education." University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform 27 (1994): 963.

DEFRANCES, CAROL J., and STEADMAN, GREG W. "Prosecutors in State Courts, 1996." Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletin. Washington, D.C.: Bureau of Justice Statistics, National Institute of Justice, 1998.

ENGLISH, MICHAEL Q. "Note: A Prosecutor's Use of Inconsistent Factual Theories of a Crime in Successive Trials: Zealous Advocacy or a Due Process Violation." Fordham Law Review 68 (1999): 525.

HARTMAN, MARSHALL J. Blue Ribbon Committee on Indigent Defense Services. Washington, D.C.: National Legal Aid and Defender Association, 1997.

JACKSON, ROBERT H. "The Federal Prosecutor." Address delivered at the Second Annual Conference of United States Attorneys, 1 April 1940. Repr. in Journal of the American Institute of Law & Criminology 31 (1940): 3.

MOUNTS, SUZANNE. "Public Defender Programs, Professional Responsibility, and Competent Representation." Wisconsin Law Review (1982): 473.

NEUBAUER, DAVID W. America's Courts and the Criminal Justice System. Belmont, Calif.: Wadsworth, 1996.

WICE, PAUL B. Criminal Lawyers: An Endangered Species. Beverly Hills, Calif.: Sage, 1978.

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