Criminal Justice Ethics 31 (1):19-30 (2012)

John Kleinig
CUNY Graduate Center
Abstract Even judiciaries that do not have histories of serious or pervasive corruption need to be watchful lest what I refer to as judicial corrosion occurs. Drawing on studies of institutional entropy, I identify some of the external and internal sources of such corrosion and comment briefly on challenges that face its prevention or repair within the judicial realm
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DOI 10.1080/0731129X.2012.657509
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