Irene Merker Rosenberg

University of Houston, Law Center (Deceased)

Royce R. Till Professor of Law

4604 Calhoun Road

Houston, TX 77204-6060

United States

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Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

Of God's Mercy and the Four Biblical Methods of Capital Punishment: Stoning, Burning, Beheading, and Strangulation

Tulane Law Review, Vol. 79, p. 1169, March 2004
Number of pages: 88 Posted: 05 Jan 2005
Irene Merker Rosenberg and Yale L. Rosenberg
University of Houston, Law Center (Deceased) and University of Houston, Law Center (Deceased)
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Abstract:

Capital Punishment, Jewish law, Talmud, Bible

2.

The Seven Noahide Laws: Of Monkey Brains and Courts

Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, Vol. 6, No. 1, p. 4, 2004
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 15 Mar 2005
Irene Merker Rosenberg
University of Houston, Law Center (Deceased)
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Abstract:

Noahide laws, Jewish law, Noah, Bible

3.

After Roper v. Simmons: Keeping Kids Out of Adult Criminal Court

42 San Diego Law Review 1151 (2005), U of Houston Law Center No. 2014-A-44
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 14 Jun 2014
Ellen Marrus and Irene Merker Rosenberg
University of Houston Law Center and University of Houston, Law Center (Deceased)
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Abstract:

juvenile justice, Roper v. Simmons, certification, transfer, waiver, juveniles transferred to criminal court, transfer hearings

4.

Comparative American and Talmudic Criminal Law

Irene Merker Rosenberg and Yale L. Rosenberg, Comparative American and Talmudic Criminal Law (2016), U of Houston Law Center No. 2016-A-2
Number of pages: 323 Posted: 19 Feb 2016
Irene Merker Rosenberg and Yale L. Rosenberg
University of Houston, Law Center (Deceased) and University of Houston, Law Center (Deceased)
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Abstract:

Jewish law, comparative Jewish and American criminal and juvenile law, Talmudic criminal justice system, guilt, precedent in Jewish law, actus reus, future criminality, eye for an eye, murder or manslaughter, causation in homicide, circumstantial evidence, self-incrimination, capital punishment