Tour 4

Judicial Overview

For busy people who want to quickly acquire insight into judicial problems and reforms, we recommend the following daily regimen:

  • Day 1 — Click on each of the list of linked pages below, lingering just long enough to get a sense of what it is about.
  • Day 2 — Click on each of the list of linked pages below, but read one or two paragraphs of each, before going on to the next item, and try to come up with questions you jot down that may be answered with further reading.
  • Day 3-7 — Click on each of the list of linked pages below, reading more paragraphs in each, looking for answers to previous questions, and coming up with more questions.
  • Day 8-18 — Click on each of the list of linked pages below, reading one or two complete articles.
  • Day 19-29 — Click on each of the list of linked pages below, writing one or two articles that summarize the points made in some of these articles, but in your own words.
  • Day 30 — Click on each of the list of linked pages below, picking up on any remaining unanswered questions, and comparing your restatements with the originals.
  1. Let's Revive Private Prosecutions.
  2. Private Prosecutions Brief.
  3. State Bar Reform.
  4. Trial Jury Reform.
  5. Grand Jury Reform.
  6. Social Contract.
  7. Rule of Law.
  8. Constitutional Design.
  9. Constitutional Construction.
  10. Constitutionalism.
  11. Constitutional Action.
  12. Stare Decisis.
  13. Presumption of Nonauthority.
  14. Quo Warranto.
  15. Jurisdiction over Federal Areas within the States.
  16. Federalist #78.
  17. Federalist #80.
  18. Federalist #81.
  19. Federalist #82.
  20. Federalist #83.
  21. U.S. Constitution.
  22. Bill of Rights.
  23. Additional Amendments.
  24. Constitutional Convention.
  25. Ratifying Conventions.
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Jon Roland of the Constitution Society
Original date: 2003 June 10 —