The Effect of Jackson v. Virginia on Federal Habeas Corpus Review of State Convictions
This comment will attempt to demonstrate that the faults complained of by the dissent are not substantial. On the contrary, the decision gives much-needed interpretation to an important aspect of federal habeas corpus jurisdiction. However, the practical consequences of the employment of the Jackson standard are problematic.
Parker, David R.
"The Effect of Jackson v. Virginia on Federal Habeas Corpus Review of State Convictions,"
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