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"Originalism and Formalism in Criminal Procedure: The Triumph of Justice Scalia, the Unlikely Friend of Criminal Defendants?"

In two recent lines of cases, governing the admissibility of hearsay in criminal trials and judicial fact-finding at sentencing, Justice Scalia has driven major new pro-defendant doctrines in criminal procedure. Though he is normally thought of as hostile to criminal defendants, he justifies these doctrines based on originalism and formalism. What do these doctrines mean? To what extent has the rest of the Court bought into them? And are these developments that those sympathetic to Federalist Society principles should embrace?
Speech: Stephanos Bibas.
Click here for more information about Prof. Bibas
Friday April 13, 2007 at 12:00 pm
Marquette Law School Room 310, Lunch Provided!
RSVP to andrew.hitt@mu.edu
Free if RSVP BY April 9th; $10 after April 9th
For Directions & Parking: http://www.marquette.edu/contact/directions/
Co-sponsored with the Marquette Criminal Law Society
Hope to see you there!

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