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Browsing Law Faculty Scholarship by Author "Weninger, Robert A."

Browsing Law Faculty Scholarship by Author "Weninger, Robert A."

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  • Weninger, Robert A. (UCLA Law Review, 1987)
    This Article reports the results of a field survey of a judicially initiated ban on plea bargaining in felony prosecutions in El Paso County, Texas. The study is based primarily upon personal interviews with participants ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Review of Litigation, 2007)
    This article presents the results of an empirical study of lawyer reaction to Federal Rule of Evidence 408 (Compromise and Offers of Compromise) as amended on December 1, 2006. It begins by arguing that rational settlements ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1981)
    Professor Weninger reviews the book Problems of Knowledge in Legal Scholarship. By Phillip Shuchman. West Hartford: The University of Connecticut School of Law Press, 1979. Pp. 106, app. 30. $8.95.
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 2001)
    The Fifth Circuit's decisions in the area of federal civil procedure dealt with a variety of familiar topics, such as pretrial motions and pleadings, summary judgment, class actions, trial procedure, and appeals, to name ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Southern California Law Review, 1976)
    This Article discusses the results of a field survey of the criminal discovery process in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California -the first of at least 10 jurisdictions to adopt the "omnibus ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Catholic University Law Review, 2012)
    In the rapidly expanding universe of ESI (electronically stored information), some courts are concerned that the advent of e-discovery will lead to a flood of motions seeking sanctions for spoliation, adding cost and delay ...
  • Evidence 
    Weninger, Robert A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 2000)
    The survey this year concentrates on significant Fifth Circuit decisions that further define the gatekeeping role of trial judges in determining the admissibility of expert evidence under the Supreme Court's opinions in ...
  • Evidence 
    Weninger, Robert A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1998)
    The Fifth Circuit's decisions in the area of Evidence dealt with a variety of familiar topics, such as the discretionary power of the trial judge to exclude relevant evidence because of the countervailing considerations ...
  • Evidence 
    Weninger, Robert A. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1999)
    The survey this year focuses on significant decisions in the area of privilege and expert opinion. In United States v. Smith, the court explicitly rejected a journalist's First Amendment privilege for non-confidential ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Virginia Law Review, 1978)
    This article is the product of a field study of reports, complaints, and prosecutions of forcible rape in Travis County, Texas, during 1970-1976. After describing the functioning of local rape laws and enforcement mechanism, ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Washington University Journal of Urban and Contemporary Law, 1994)
    Critics of jury sentencing in noncapital cases complain that jurors are less competent or qualified than judges to decide questions about probation or incarceration. Thus far, however, views on jury sentencing in noncapital ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (1979)
    Professor Weninger reviews Federal Rules of Evidence Manual (Second Edition), by Stephen A. Saltzburg and Kenneth R. Redden. The Michie Company, Charlottesville, Va., 1977, pp. XXXI, 887.
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Temple Law Review, 1992)
    Professor Weninger reviews Law and Economics: A Comparative Approach to Theory and Practice by Robin Paul Malloy. St. Paul, Minnesota: West Publishing Co., 1990. 166 Pages.
  • Weninger, Robert A. (The Unity of Strict Law, 1978)
    Professor Weninger describes the use of strict law in the United States in four areas of law: contracts, torts, corporations, and agency.
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Journal of Nursing Law, 2007)
    Heightened public scrutiny of the nursing profession has prompted many schools of nursing, acute-care hospitals, and health policy groups to question the exclusion of nursing and allied health students from criminal ...
  • Weninger, Robert A. (Syracuse Law Review, 1985)
    This article reports the results of a study of whether parole operates to reduce sentence disparity in a system where sentencing is indeterminate, and where the parole release decision is not regulated by the use of explicit ...