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100 1  Shields, Christopher A 
245 10 American Terrorism Trials :|bProsecutorial and Defense 
       Strategies 
250    1st ed 
264  1 El Paso :|bLFB Scholarly Publishing LLC,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (186 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  Law and Society 
505 0  Intro -- CONTENTS -- List of Tables -- List of Figures -- 
       Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Analyzing 
       Trial Strategies Before and After 9/11 -- Chapter 2: 
       Background Research and Concepts -- Chapter 3: Three 
       Intriguing Questions -- Chapter 4: The American Terrorism 
       Study -- Chapter 5: Some Initial Answers -- Chapter 6: 
       Prosecutorial and Defense Strategies -- Chapter 7: The 
       Impact of Group Reorganization -- Chapter 8: Evolving 
       Trial Strategies -- Chapter 9: Policy Concerns -- 
       Appendices -- References -- Index 
520    Since 1980, prosecutors and defense attorneys handling 
       federal terrorism trials have developed politicized 
       strategies and counter strategies unique to terrorism 
       trials, and those strategies have had a significant impact
       on case outcomes. Moreover, case outcomes were positively 
       impacted by proactive policy changes implemented in the 
       wake of 9/11. Building on structural contextual theory and
       the hydraulic effect, Shields finds that when prosecutors 
       rely less heavily on highly politicized prosecution 
       strategies, conviction rates increased. In fact, his 
       findings indicate that the more prosecutors politicize a 
       case, the more likely the case goes to trial, increasing 
       the odds of acquittal 
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       Terrorism Trials : Prosecutorial and Defense Strategies
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