Electing Justice: The Law and Ethics of Judicial Election Campaigns

Electing Justice: The Law and Ethics of Judicial Election Campaigns

by Patrick M. McFadden
     
 
This monograph summarizes methods of judicial selection in the United States, with specific reference to the role of judicial elections, provides an overview of the legal and ethical regimes governing judicial election campaigns, discusses the substantive issues of campaign finance and conduct, summarizes the major problems with the current system, and suggests

Overview

This monograph summarizes methods of judicial selection in the United States, with specific reference to the role of judicial elections, provides an overview of the legal and ethical regimes governing judicial election campaigns, discusses the substantive issues of campaign finance and conduct, summarizes the major problems with the current system, and suggests solutions.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780938870449
Publisher:
American Judicature Society
Publication date:
08/01/1990
Series:
Studies of the Justice System
Pages:
224

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