Sentencing Posts

Virtual Criminal Courts

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As criminal courts around the United States suspended in-person proceedings, virtual hearings, where parties appear through videoconference or teleconference technology, have allowed courts to remain in session while reducing the danger to public health. Courts at all levels, from small municipal courts to the U.S. Supreme Court, have been hearing arguments remotely.

Nondelegating Death

This Article critically evaluates responsibility for administering capital punishment through the lens of non-delegation. It analyzes state court decisions upholding broad legislative delegations to agencies and identifies common themes in this jurisprudence.