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Legal commentators have long believed that federal judges treat capital appeals more favorably than noncapital appeals. No empirical research to date has proven that the guilt-phase claims of capital defendants are more likely to succeed on federal habeas review than the claims of other defendants. Brett Parker addresses that gap in the literature.

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