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(Marshall, J.) Justice Thurgood Marshall agreed with the decision in the case, but asserted that the Court should eliminate the use of peremptory challenges in all criminal proceedings so that they could not be used as a front for impermissible racial considerations. Justice Marshall asserted that under the current system, prosecutors are still free to discriminate so long as it is not blatant, and trial courts face a difficult burden of assessing a prosecutor's motive.




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Professor Cortney Lollar holds the Norman and Carole Harned Law and Public Policy Professorship. Professor Lollar teaches and researches in the areas of criminal law, criminal procedure, and evidence, with a particular focus on the intersections among criminal law, remedies, race, gender, sexuality, and social science. Her work has been cited by the U.S. Supreme Court as well as other federal and state courts. Professor Lollar's expertise in criminal law and procedure have led to her invited testimony before the Department of Defense Judicial Proceedings Panel on sexual assault in the military and Chief Justice Roberts's Ad Hoc Committee to Review the Criminal Justice Act Program (also known as the Cardone Commission). She has provided argument preview and case analysis for SCOTUSBlog, and been quoted by major media outlets, such as the New York Times, Al-Jazeera America and People magazine. Professor Lollar's publications have appeared in top scholarly journals, including the Virginia Law Review, Iowa Law Review, Indiana Law Journal, North Carolina Law Review, and Alabama Law Review, among others.Prior to joining the faculty of law at University of Kentucky in 2013, Professor Lollar was a clinical faculty fellow at Washington University in St. Louis, where she taught the Criminal Justice Clinic. She previously represented adult and juvenile defendants at the trial and appellate level at the Federal Defender Program in Atlanta, Georgia, and the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia. She has served as a legal consultant in India for the Initiative for Medicines, Access, and Knowledge, and a research assistant to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women. Professor Lollar received her B.A. magna cum laude from Brown University, and her J.D. from New York University School of Law, where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Review of Law and Social Change.


The NCEES FE Reference Handbook is the only reference material that can be used during the exam. You will be provided with an electronic reference handbook during the exam. For access prior to your exam, you may either purchase a hard copy or download a free electronic copy.


The small estate administration is a simplified court procedure available if the person who died (the "decedent") did not have many assets. You can ask the Surrogate's Court to let you divide and give away their property to people who have a legal right to inherit. To do this you need to file a form called an "Affidavit of Voluntary Administration," also known as the "small estate affidavit." This free program will help you create the affidavit that you will need to file in Surrogate's Court. [Learn more about Small Estate]


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