This article appeared in v. 88, no. 2 (Jan. 2003) of the Cornell Law Review.
This bibliography collects and organizes citations to dissertations, chapters in books, journal articles, legislative materials, books, and book reviews from 1980 forward that analyze the effect of victim impact statements in capital cases. The main purpose of the bibliography is to present citations to empirical studies and quantitative evaluations of victim impact statements in the United States and other countries. Because there are few reported empirical studies, the bibliography also contains references to articles that provide qualitative analyses of victim impact statements in criminal trials and of participatory rights of victims in the justice process in general.
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Callihan, Jean M., "Victim Impact Statements in Capital Trials: a Selected Bibliography" (2003). Cornell Law Faculty Working Papers. Paper 6.