20 September 2010

Anchoring Pleas & Judicial Negotiation

A reply to Professor Miller's article on the participation of judges in plea negotiations.

If you want to read the article yourself you can find it here.

1 comment:

Gideon said...

Indeed, in CT, in our "Part A" courts (serious felonies only), all pre-trials are judicial pretrials, meaning they are conducted in the presence of a judge. This is actually beneficial and I'll explain it in a post. Also, these judges are only presiding judges and not our trial judges. They don't preside over trials.