Best of the Capital Defense Journal
Volume 15 (2002-2003)
Lee R. Goebes, Daubert and Expert Witnesses
15 Cap. Def. J. 1 (2002)
Explores the relationship between Daubert and Ake and argues that if the prosecution seeks to admit expert testimony under Daubert, the defendant will often be entitled to an expert under Ake.
Herman J.F. Hoying, Motions Practice and Sentence Negotiations
15 Cap. Def. J. 49 (2002)
Examines the implications of the potential conflict between an attorney’s duty of zealous representation and the systemic pressures and interests on defense counsel’s motion practice in capital cases.
Erika Patrick, Right to a Fair Trial in the Information Age
15 Cap. Def. J. 71 (2002)
Argues that defense counsel must consider the circulation of information over the Internet when conducting voir dire and when moving for changes of venue and venire.