- Provides a clearly-defined and defended account of the role of the presumption of innocence in criminal procedure.
- Examines the possible roles the presumption of innocence might play in the pre- and post-adjudication contexts, and explains how a non-presumption of guilt can better play those roles.
- Explains what a defensible account of the presumption of innocence would look like and demonstrates how many contemporary accounts fall short of that standard.
- Presents important new ideas for reforming the American criminal justice system.
Taming the Presumption of Innocence
- Richard Lippke
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