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Does Apprendi v. New Jersey Change the Standard of Proof in Criminal Forfeiture Cases?
Kentucky Law Journal (2000)
  • Stefan D Cassella
Abstract

The article, written shortly after the Supreme Court decided Apprendi v. New Jersey, sets forth the arguments why the decision will not require the imposition of the reasonable doubt standard in criminal forfeiture cases, nor require that forfeiture matters be tried to a jury.

Keywords
  • Apprendi,
  • sentencing,
  • criminal forfeiture,
  • standard of proof
Disciplines
Publication Date
2000
Citation Information
Stefan D Cassella. "Does Apprendi v. New Jersey Change the Standard of Proof in Criminal Forfeiture Cases?" Kentucky Law Journal Vol. 89 Iss. 3 (2000)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stefan_cassella/21/