The Jurisprudence of Emergency
Explores the intricate and delicate relationship between the concepts of a rule of law and emergency.
Austin Sarat and Nasser Hussain
Forgiveness, Mercy, and Clemency
"[The] reader is offered a substantial number of questions to ponder regarding the powerful tools available to leaders responsible for obviating inconsistencies or injustices in the law. Such questions are useful for a continued and vital debate about how, and to what extent, these powers should be used at all."—The Law and Politics Book Review
“Forgiveness, Mercy, and Clemency is a welcome addition to our understanding of the political and legal world. The book is unique insofar as it addresses many of the nuances associated with a topic that, for many, is isolated to the action taken by Governor Ryan to empty Illinois's death row in January 2003.”—Beau Breslin, Skidmore College
Stanford University Press 2006