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Title: White paper of democratic criminal justice
Author(s): Kleinfeld, Joshua
Appleman, Laura I
Bierschbach, Richard A
Bilz, Kenworthey
Bowers, Josh
Braithwaite, John
Burns, Robert P
Duff, R A
Dzur, Albert W
Geraghty, Thomas F
Lanni, Adriaan
McLeod, Marah Stith
Nadler, Janice
O'Rourke, Anthony
Robinson, Paul H
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Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Kleinfeld J, Appleman LI, Bierschbach RA, Bilz K, Bowers J, Braithwaite J, Burns RP, Duff RA, Dzur AW, Geraghty TF, Lanni A, McLeod MS, Nadler J, O'Rourke A & Robinson PH (2017) White paper of democratic criminal justice, Northwestern University Law Review, 111 (6), pp. 1693-1706.
Abstract: This white paper is the joint product of nineteen professors of criminal law and procedure who share a common conviction: that the path toward a more just, effective, and reasonable criminal system in the United States is todemocratizeAmerican criminal justice. In the name of the movement to democratize criminal justice, we herein set forth thirty proposals for democratic criminal justice reform.
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Notes: Additional co-authors: Jonathan Simon, Jocelyn Simonson, Tom R. Tyler, Ekow N. Yankah

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