2 edition of Treatise on executive clemency in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Treatise on executive clemency in Pennsylvania
Smithers, William W.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-264) and index.
|Other titles||Executive clemency in Pennsylvania|
|Statement||by William W. Smithers ; with statistics, record data and forms, by George D. Thorn.|
|Contributions||Thorn, George D., b. 1858.|
|LC Classifications||KFP585 .S55|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||09016390|
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“Executive Clemency in the United States” (2/5/)-This is the title of CCRC Executive Director Margaret Love’s new article for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia. The article describes the historic role played by the executive pardon power in reducing punishments (including collateral ones) and explains clemency’s diminished vitality.
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This is the title of CCRC Executive Director Margaret Love’s new article for the Oxford Research Encyclopedia.
The article describes the historic role played by the executive pardon power in reducing punishments (including collateral ones) and explains clemency’s diminished vitality and reliability in modern times in most states and in the federal system.
Pennsylvania (24) South Carolina (1) Tennessee (23) Texas (91) Combines the best attributes of a practice book and a treatise by providing commentary and step-by-step practice tips. Covers criminal law at every procedural stage from arrest and detention through appeal and executive clemency.
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