Vol. 122 Nbr. 8, June 2013
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- Why civil Gideon won't fix family law.
- Gideon exceptionalism?
- Fifty years of defiance and resistance after Gideon v. Wainwright.
- Poor people lose: Gideon and the critique of rights.
- Celebrating the 'null' finding: evidence-based strategies for improving access to legal services.
- Race and the disappointing right to counsel.
- Participation, equality, and the civil right to counsel: lessons from domestic and international law.
- Gideon's migration.
- Searching for solutions to the indigent defense crisis in the broader criminal justice reform agenda.
- Gideon's amici: why do prosecutors so rarely defend the rights of the accused?
- Valuing Gideon's gold: how much justice can we afford?
- Investigating Gideon's legacy in the U.S. Courts of Appeals.
- An immigration Gideon for lawful permanent residents.
- Gideon at Guantanamo.
- Enforcing effective assistance after Martinez.
- Gideon's law-protective function.
- Gideon's shadow.
- Gideon at Guantanamo: democratic and despotic detention.
- Fear of adversariness: using Gideon to restrict defendants' invocation of adversary procedures.
- Federal public defense in an age of inquisition.
- Effective trial counsel after Martinez v. Ryan: focusing on the adequacy of state procedures.
- Implicit racial bias in public defender triage.
- Effective plea bargaining counsel.
- Lessons from Gideon.
- Gideon at fifty: a problem of political will.