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|Description:||xii, 309 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||When can or should legal judgment be merciful? / Austin Sarat --
The place of mercy in legal discourse / Robert A. Ferguson --
Commentary on Chapter 1 : response to "The place of mercy in legal discourse" / Jamie Leonard --
Mercy, crime control, and moral credibility / Paul H. Robinson --
Commentary on Chapter 2 : thoughts on mercy and self-examination / William Brewbaker --
Defending a role for mercy in a criminal justice system / James Staihar and Stephen Macedo --
Commentary on Chapter 3 : commentary on "Defending a role for mercy in a criminal justice system" / Pamela Pierson --
Actions of mercy / Alice Ristroph --
Commentary on Chapter 4 : Reflections on "Actions of mercy" / Steven H. Hobbs --
A Feminist view of mercy, judgment, and the "Exception" in the context of transitional justice / Susan H. Williams --
Commentary on Chapter 5 : the interpretative process : feminist reconstructions / Timothy Hoff.
|Responsibility:||edited by Austin Sarat.|