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Judicial behavior refers to what courts and judges do. The extent to which judges choose to move beyond their policy preferences divides the field of law and politics

Judicial behavior refers to what courts and judges do. The extent to which judges choose to move beyond their policy preferences divides the field of law and politics. Normatively, influences over what judges ought to do include evaluating legal rules such as precedent or legislative intent in an attempt to find the best answers to cases before them. Thus, in addition to the judges' own preferences, legal influences should be useful in explaining judicial behavior, though the extent to which it does undoubtedly varies throughout the judicial system.

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Saul Brenner, American political science educator. Grantee, National Science Foundation, 1970, 1973, 1985, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1980, Southern Regional Education Board, 1980. Member of Midwest Political Science Association, Southern Political Science Association, American Political Science Association. Brenner, Saul was born on October 9, 1932 in Brooklyn. Son of Harry and Sylvia (Berman) Brenner. Bachelor, Brooklyn College, 1954.

Book Description: InThe Pioneers of Judicial Behavior,prominent political scientists critically examine the contributions to the field of public law of the pioneering scholars of judicial behavior: C. Hermann Pritchett, Glendon.

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However, the material investigated shows that American and English judicial verbal behaviour differs considerably .

However, the material investigated shows that American and English judicial verbal behaviour differs considerably, especially among American appellate judges who do not often mitigate their criticism of colleagues on the same bench and judges in lower courts with whom they disagree. It is based on the face theory of Brown and Levinson (1987) and follows the framework of Johnson and Roen (1992).

American judicial behavior ebook
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