Über den Autor
1. Introduction; Part I. History in the Crucible: Rediscovering the Original Community Right in Criminal Justice: 2. The collective jury right and the Sixth Amendment; 3. The Supreme Court and the reaffirmation of community; Part II. Old Becomes New: Sixth Amendment Jury Rights and Twenty-First-Century Criminal Procedure: 4. Retribution, restorative justice, and the Sixth Amendment jury right; 5. Defining community in the twenty-first century: cities, counties, and collective action; Part III. Theory into Practice: Origins and Community in Modern Criminal Procedure: 6. Bail, jail, and the community voice; 7. Infusing community through criminal procedure: the plea jury; 8. Eradicating the bench trial; 9. Restoring the offender to society; 10. Back-end sentencing: the Sixth Amendment and post-prison procedures; 11. Jury nullification and victim rights: going past procedure; 12. Conclusion.