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    American journal of criminal law

    American journal of criminal law

    1999-2000,  Vol.26.27                 2009-2010,  Vol.37

    2000-2001,  Vol.28                     2010-2011,  Vol.38

    2001-2002,  Vol.29                     2011-2012,  Vol.39

    2002-2003,  Vol.30                     2012-2013,  Vol.40

    2003-2004,  Vol.31                     2013-2014, Vol.41

    2004-2005,  Vol.32

    2005-2006,  Vol.33

    2006-2007,  Vol.34

    2007-2008,  Vol.35

    2008-2009,  Vol.36

     

     

    American journal of criminal law,  1999-2000,  Vol.26.27

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Robert R. Rigg

    The Constitution, Compensation, and Competence: A Case Study

    No.1

    pp. 1-48

    William G. Childs

    The Intersection of Peremptory Challenges, Challenges for Cause and Harmless Error

    No.1

    pp. 49-80

    Frank P. Andreano

    The Evolution of Federal Computer Crime Policy: The Ad Hoc Approach to an Ever-Changing Problem

    No.1

    pp. 81-104

    Ronald J. Sievert

    Capital Murder: A Prosecutor's Personal Observations on the Prosecution of Capital Cases Essay

    No.1

    pp. 105-116

    Walter C. Long

    Karla Faye Tucker: A Case for Restorative Justice Speech

    No.1

    pp. 117-128

    M. Emily Johnson-Liu

    Running from the Law in the Wrong Part of Town: Illinois v. Wardlow

    No.1

    pp. 129-132

    John B. Mitchell

    Why Should the Prosecutor Get the Last Word

    No.2

    pp. 139-216

    Kristi Michelle Bellamy

    The Automatic Companion Rule and Its Unconstitutional Application to the Frisk of Car Passengers

    No.2

    pp. 217-232

    Brooke Grona

    School Discipline: What Process Is Due? What Process Is Deserved?

    No.2

    pp. 233-248

    Doran D. Peters

    Per Se Prohibitions of the Admission of Polygraph Evidence As Upheld in Scheffer Are Both Violative of the Constitution and the Federal Rules of Evidence As Applied by Daubert

    No.2

    pp. 249-278

    Michael C. Plaxton

    Portuondo v. Agard: Can a Criminal Defendant Be a Credible Witness?

    No.2

    pp. 279-292

    David B. Kopel

    The Self-Defense Cases: How the United States Supreme Court Confronted a Hanging Judge in the Nineteenth Century and Taught Some Lessons for Jurisprudence in the Twenty-First

    No.3

    pp. 293-328

    Daniel R. Dinger

    Should Lost Evidence Mean a Lost Chance to Prosecute: State Rejections of the United States Supreme Court Decision in Arizona v. Youngblood

    No.3

    pp. 329-384

    Alison Holland

    Across the Border and over the Line: Congress's Attack on Criminal Aliens and the Judiciary under the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996

    No.3

    pp. 385-410

    James L. Kurka

    Bond v. United States: Reasonableness of Inspecting Luggage

    No.3

    pp. 411-414

    Rob Drummond

    Florida v. J.L.: Phone Calls, Guns and Searches

    No.3

    pp. 415-420

    Victoria Newnham Matthews

    Miranda Rule Is a Constitutional Rule: Dickerson v. United States

    No.3

    pp. 421-426

    American journal of criminal law, 2000-2001,  Vol.28

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Steven Graines, Justin Wyatt

    The Rehnquist Court, Legal Process Theory, and McCleskey v. Kemp

    No.1

    pp. 1-42

    Deon Brock, Nigel Cohen, Jonathan Sorensen

    Arbitrariness in the Imposition of Death Sentences in Texas: An Analysis of Four Counties by Offense Seriousness, Race of Victim, and Race of Offender

    No.1

    pp. 43-72

    David R. Katner

    Raising Mental Health Issues Other Than Insanity In Juvenile Delinquency Defense

    No.1

    pp. 73-94

    Jonathan B. Wolf

    War Games Meets the Internet: Chasing 21st Century Cybercriminals With Old Laws and Little Money

    No.1

    pp. 95-118

    John P. Cronan

    The Next Frontier of Law Enforcement: A Proposal for Complete DNA Databanks

    No.1

    pp. 119-156

    Angela Kelley

    Excuse Me, But Your House Is Leaking: Thermal Imaging Devices and Fourth Amendment Protection

    No.1

    pp. 157-178

    Wesley M. Oliver

    A Round Peg in a Square Hole: Federal Forfeiture of State Professional Licenses

    No.2

    pp. 179-206

    John P. Rutledge

    They All Look Alike: The Inaccuracy of Cross-Racial Identifications

    No.2

    pp. 207-228

    Linda E. Carter

    The Sporting Approach to Harmless Error in Criminal Cases: The Supreme Court's "No Harm, No Foul" Debacle in Neder v. United States

    No.2

    pp. 229-246

    Andrew Hanawalt

    United States v. Peterson: Federal Jurisdiction in Hobbs Act Prosecutions

    No.2

    pp. 247-250

    LeRoy L. Kondo

    Advocacy of the Establishment of Mental Health Specialty Courts in the Provision of Therapeutic Justice for Mentally Ill Offenders

    No.3

    pp. 255-336

    Irene Merker Rosenberg,Yale L. Rosenberg

    Of Miranda and Homely Brides: Imperfect Rules for an Imperfect World

    No.3

    pp. 337-350

    Walter Block

    Alienability, Inalienability, Paternalism and the Law: Reply to Kronman

    No.3

    pp. 351-372

    Melissa A. Prentice

    Prosecuting Mothers Who Maim and Kill: The Profile of Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Litigation in the Late 1990s

    No.3

    pp. 373-412

    American journal of criminal law, 2001-2002,  Vol.29

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Roberto Iraola

    A Primer on Legal Issues Surrounding the Extraterritorial Apprehension of Criminals

    No.1

    pp. 1-28

    Bryan A. Carey

    Should American Courts Listen to What Foreign Courts Hear?: The Confrontation and Hearsay Problems of Prior Testimony Taken Abroad in Criminal Proceedings

    No.1

    pp. 29-58

    Kristi Baldwin

    Battered Child Syndrome as a Sword and a Shield

    No.1

    pp. 59-82

    Rose A. Coonen

    United States v. Gatewood: Does the Three Strikes Statute Violate Due Process and Undermine the Presumption of Innocence?

    No.1

    pp. 83-114

    Lance Cole

    The Fifth Amendment and Compelled Production of Personal Documents After United States v. Hubbell New Protection for Private Papers?

    No.2

    pp. 123-192

    Ben Rosenberg

    The Growth of Federal Criminal Common Law

    No.2

    pp. 193-222

    Scott Dodson

    Habeas Review of Perfunctory State Court Decisions on the Merits

    No.2

    pp. 223-244

    Jacqueline E. Ross

    Damned Under Many Headings: The Problem of Multiple Punishment

    No.2

    pp. 245-328

    Gilbert Geis, Joseph F. C. DiMento

    Empirical Evidence and the Legal Doctrine of Corporate Criminal Liability

    No.3

    pp. 341-376

    Andrew M. Levine

    The Confounding Boundaries of "Apprendi-land": Statutory Minimums and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines

    No.3

    pp. 377-454

    Miriam Gur-Arye

    Reliance on a Lawyer's Mistaken Advice Should it be an Excuse from Criminal Liability?

    No.3

    pp. 455-480

    Tom Stacy

    Acts, Omissions, and the Necessity of Killing Innocents

    No.3

    pp. 481-520

    American journal of criminal law, 2002-2003,  Vol.30

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Randolph N. Jonakait

    People v. Molineux and Other Crime Evidence: One Hundred Years and Counting

    No.1

    pp. 1-43

    Thomas Bak

    Pretrial Release Behavior of Defendants Whom the U.S. Attorney Wished to Detain

    No.1

    pp. 45-74

    Anthony J. Casey

    Maintaining the Integrity of Death: An Argument for Restricting a Defendant's Right to Volunteer for Execution at Certain Stages in Capital Proceedings

    No.1

    pp. 75-106

    Carla Rhoden

    Challenging Searches and Seizures of Computers at Home or in the Office: From a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy to Fruit of the Poisonous Tree and Beyond

    No.1

    pp. 107-134

    Michael H. Marcus

    Comments on the Model Penal Code: Sentencing Preliminary Draft No. 1

    No.2

    pp. 135-169

    Peter Hack

    The Roads Less Traveled: Post Conviction Relief Alternatives and the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996

    No.2

    pp. 171-223

    Charles I. Lugosi

    Rule of Law or Rule by Law: The Detention of Yaser Hamdi

    No.2

    pp. 225-278

    Andrew E. Goldsmith

    The Void-for-Vagueness Doctrine in the Supreme Court, Revisited

    No.2

    pp. 279-313

    Christopher Slobogin

    The Integrationist Alternative to the Insanity Defense: Reflections on the Exculpatory Scope of Mental Illness in the Wake of the Andrea Yates Trial

    No.3

    pp. 315-341

    William S. Laufer, Nien-he Hsieh

    Choosing Equal Injustice

    No.3

    pp. 343-361

    Kimberly Helene Zelnick

    In Gideon's Shadow: The Loss of Defendant Autonomy and the Growing Scope of Attorney Discretion

    No.3

    pp. 363-399

    American journal of criminal law, 2003-2004,  Vol.31

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Tamara F. Lawson

    Can Fingerprints Lie?: Re-weighing Fingerprint Evidence In Criminal Jury Trials

    No.1

    pp. 1-66

    Victor L. Streib

    Standing Between the Child and the Executioner: The Special Role of Defense Counsel in Juvenile Death Penalty Cases

    No.1

    pp. 67-115

    Daniel F. Piar

    A Uniform Code of Procedure for Revoking Probation

    No.1

    pp. 117-173

    Eric M. Albritton

    Race-Conscious Grand Juror Selection: The Equal Protection Clause and Strict Scrutiny

    No.1

    pp. 175-215

    George M. Dery

    Lying Eyes: Constitutional Implications of New Thermal Imaging Lie Detection Technology

    No.2

    pp. 217-250

    Courtney J. Linn

    International Asset Forfeiture and the Constitution: The Limits of Forfeiture Jurisdiction Over Foreign Assets Under 28 U.S.C.س1355(b)(2)

    No.2

    pp. 251-303

    Staci D. Schweizer

    Chavez v. Martinez: A Right Deferred?

    No.2

    pp. 305-315

    Trevor Rosson

    Harsh Justice: Criminal Punishment and the Widening Divide Between America and Europe

    No.2

    pp. 317-337

    Rebecca Klaren, Irene Merker Rosenberg

    Splitting Hairs in Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Cases: An Essay on How Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Doctrine Undermines the Prohibition Against Executing the Mentally Retarded

    No.3

    pp. 339-366

    Kyung M. Lee

    Reinventing Gideon v. Wainwright: Holistic Defenders, Indigent Defendants, and the Right to Counsel

    No.3

    pp. 367-432

    Jennifer L. Eckroth

    Tainted DNA Evidence and Post-Conviction Reversals in Houston, Texas: Suggested Solutions to Curb DNA Evidence Abuse

    No.3

    pp. 433-456

    American journal of criminal law, 2004-2005,  Vol.32

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Lisa L. Bellamy

    Playing for Time: The Need for Equitable Tolling of the Habeas Corpus Statute of Limitations

    No.1

    pp. 1-54

    Stefan D. Cassella

    Criminal Forfeiture Procedure: An Analysis of Developments in the Law Regarding the Inclusion of a Forfeiture Judgment in the Sentence Imposed in a Criminal Case

    No.1

    pp. 55-103

    George M. Dery, Kevin Meehan

    Making the Roadblock a "Routine Part of American Life:" Illinois v. Lidster's Extension of Police Checkpoint Power

    No.1

    pp. 105-131

    Adam Lamparello

    Implementing the "Heartland Departure" in a Post-Booker World

    No.2

    pp. 133-189

    Nadia Soree

    When the Innocent Speak: False Confessions, Constitutional Safeguards, and the Role of Expert Testimony

    No.2

    pp. 191-263

    Katherine Schwinghammer

    Fingerprint Identification: How "The Gold Standard of Evidence" Could Be Worth Its Weight

    No.2

    pp. 265-289

    Molly J. Walker Wilson

    An Evolutionary Perspective on Male Domestic Violence: Practical and Policy Implications

    No.3

    pp. 291-323

    Andrew M. Siegel

    When Prosecutors Control Criminal Court Dockets: Dispatches on History and Policy from a Land Time Forgot

    No.3

    pp. 325-379

    Lucy Adams

    Death By Discretion: Who Decides Who Lives and Dies in the United States of America?

    No.3

    pp. 381-401

    American journal of criminal law, 2005-2006,  Vol.33

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Andrea D. Lyon, Mark D. Cunningham

    "Reason Not the Need": Does the Lack of Compelling State Interest in Maintaining a Separate Death Row Make It Unlawful?

    No.1

    pp. 1-30

    Mary De Ming Fan

    Reforming the Criminal Rap Sheet: Federal Timidity and the Traditional State Functions Doctrine

    No.1

    pp. 31-72

    Jonathan D. Estreich

    "If We Took Congress Seriously, We Would Be Worrying All the Time": Foreign Convictions as Predicate Offenses Under the "Any Court" Language of 18 U.S.C. 922(g)

    No.1

    pp. 73-90

    Mark Noferi

    Towards Attenuation: A "New" Due Process Limit on Pinkerton Conspiracy Liability

    No.2

    pp. 91-156

    Kevin R. Corlew

    Congress Attempts to Shine a Light on a Dark Problem: An In-Depth Look at the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003

    No.2

    pp. 157-190

    Kelly Gier

    Prosecuting Injustice: Consequences of Misconduct

    No.2

    pp. 191-222

    Maximo Langer

    Rethinking Plea Bargaining: The Practice and Reform of Prosecutorial Adjudication in American Criminal Procedure

    No.3

    pp. 223-299

    Michael S. Pardo

    Neuroscience Evidence, Legal Culture, and Criminal Procedure

    No.3

    pp. 301-337

    R. Michael Cassidy

    Reconsidering Spousal Privileges after Crawford

    No.3

    pp. 339-375

    American journal of criminal law, 2006-2007,  Vol.34

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Charles H. Rose

    Caging the Beast: Formulating Effective Evidentiary Rules to Deal with Sexual Offenders

    No.1

    pp. 1-37

    Lupe S. Salinas

    Is it Time to Kill the Death Penalty?: A View from the Bench and the Bar

    No.1

    pp. 39-108

    Sarah Steward-Lindsey

    Fulfilling the Promise of Kent: Fixing the Texas Juvenile Waiver Statute

    No.1

    pp. 109-126

    John H. Blume, Stacey D. Neumann

    "It's Like Deja Vu All Over Again": Williams v. Taylor, Wiggins v. Smith, Rompilla v. Beard and a (Partial) Return to the Guidelines Approach to the Effective Assistance of Counsel

    No.2

    pp. 127-164

    Catherine Greene Burnett

    Guidelines and Standards for Texas Capital Counsel: The Dilemma of Enforcement

    No.2

    pp. 165-197

    Patrick E. Higginbotham

    A Reflection on Furman

    No.2

    pp. 199-205

    Andrea Keilen, Maurie Levin

    Moving Forward: A Map for Meaningful Habeas Reform in Texas Capital Cases

    No.2

    pp. 207-275

    Mark E. Olive

    Capital Post-Conviction Representation Models: Lessons from Florida

    No.2

    pp. 277-291

    Jordan M. Steiker

    Improving Representation in Capital Cases: Establishing the Right Baseline in Federal Habeas to Promote Structural Reform Within States

    No.2

    pp. 293-314

    David J.R. Frakt

    An Indelicate Imbalance: A Critical Comparison of the Rules and Procedures for Military Commissions and Courts-Martial

    No.3

    pp. 315-367

    Peggy M. Tobolowsky

    To Panetti and Beyond Defining and Identifying Capital Offenders Who Are Too "Insane" to be Executed

    No.3

    pp. 369-431

    Yamil Farid Yunes

    Dictation Method: Do Dictated Handwriting Exemplars Provide for Testimonial Evidence Protected by the Fifth Amendment?

    No.3

    pp. 433-457

    American journal of criminal law, 2007-2008,  Vol.35

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Frank R. Herrmann, Brownlow M. Speer

    Standing Mute at Arrest as Evidence of Guilt: The "Right to Silence" Under Attack

    No.1

    pp. 1-21

    Steven R. Morrison

    Creating Sex Offender Registries: The Religious Right and the Failure to Protect Society's Vulnerable

    No.1

    pp. 23-89

    Deirdre Ewing

    Prosecuting Batterers in the Wake of Davis and Hammon

    No.1

    pp. 91-106

    Tamara N. Lewis Arredondo

    Toward a Viable Policing Model for Closed Religious Communities

    No.2

    pp. 107-144

    Erika Myers

    Conquering Peace: Military Commissions as a Lawfare Strategy in the Mexican War

    No.2

    pp. 201-240

    Meghan Shapiro

    An Overdose of Dangerousness: How "Future Dangerousness" Catches the Least Culpable Capital Defendants and Undermines the Rationale for the Executions It Supports

    No.2

    pp. 201-240

    American journal of criminal law, 2008-2009,  Vol.36

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Nathan Greenblatt

    How Mandatory are Mandatory Minimums? How Judges Can Avoid Imposing Mandatory Minimum Sentences

    No.1

    pp. 1-38

    Jon Reidy, Michael J. Stephan, Guha Krishnamurthi

    The Contempt Trap

    No.1

    pp. 39-69

    Alice Anne Stephens

    The Evolution of the Harm Requirement in Honest Services Fraud

    No.1

    pp. 71-96

    Scott Sholder

    "What's In a Name?": A Paradigm Shift from Press-Enterprise to Time, Place, and Manner Restrictions When Considering the Release of Juror-Identifying Information in Criminal Trials

    No.2

    pp. 97-127

    William E. Lee

    Probing Secrets: The Press and Inchoate Liability for Newsgathering Crimes

    No.2

    pp. 129-177

    Lauren Weiser

    Requirements for Admitting Summary Testimony of Government Agents in Federal White Collar Cases

    No.2

    pp. 179-204

    American journal of criminal law, 2009-2010,  Vol.37

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    S. David Mitchell

    In With the New, Out With the Old: Expanding the Scope of Retroactive Amelioration

    No.1

    pp. 1-51

    Ofer Raban

    On Suggestive and Necessary Identification Procedures

    No.1

    pp. 53-67

    Kristina Glithero

    Picking Numbers Out of Thin Air: Federal Aggravated Identity Theft Prosecutions in Light of Flores-Figueroa

    No.1

    pp. 69-95

    Peter Westen

    Answer Self-Incriminating Questions or Be Fired

    No.2

    pp. 97-162

    Susan B. Heyman

    Bottom-Up: An Alternative Approach for Investigating Corporate Malfeasance

    No.2

    pp. 163-219

    Michael J. Ritter

    Just (Juvenile Justice) Jargon: An Argument for Terminological Uniformity Between the Juvenile and Criminal Justice Systems

    No.2

    pp. 221-240

    Beth Caldwell

    Criminalizing Day-to-Day Life: A Socio-Legal Critique Gang Injunctions

    No.3

    pp. 241-290

    Michele Deitch

    Special Populations and the Importance of Prison Oversight

    No.3

    pp. 291-315

    Jon Reidy

    The Problem of 'Proceeds' in the Era of FERA

    No.3

    pp. 317-329

    Cort Thomas

    Criminal Malpractice: Avoiding the Chutes and Using the Ladders

    No.3

    pp. 331-360

    American journal of criminal law, 2010-2011,  Vol.38

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    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Brando Simeo Starkey

    Criminal Procedure, Jury Discrimination & Pre-Davis Intent Doctrine: The Seeds of a Weak Equal Protection Clause

    No.1

    pp. 1-48

    Dov Fox

    The Second Generation of Racial Profiling

    No.1

    pp. 49-79

    Daniel William Bell

    Juror Misconduct and the Internet

    No.1

    pp.81-99

    Andrew W. Eichner

    Preserving Innocence: Protecting Child Victims in the Post-Crawford Legal System

    No.1

    pp. 101-116

    W. David Ball

    The Civil Case at the Heart of Criminal Procedure: In Re Winship, Stigma, and the Civil-Criminal Distinction

    No.2

    pp. 117-180

    Catherine E. McCaw

    Asset Forfeiture as a Form of Punishment: A Case for Integrating Asset Forfeiture into Criminal Sentencing

    No.2

    pp. 181-220

    Claire Angelique Nolasco, Rolando V. del Carmen, Michael S. Vaughn

    What Herring Hath Wrought: An Analysis of Post-Herring Cases in the Federal Courts

    No.2

    pp. 221-262

    Catherine Wagner

    The Good Left Undone: How to Stop Sex Offender Laws From Causing Unnecessary Harm at the Expense of Effectiveness

    No.2

    pp. 263-288

    Henry F. Fradella, Weston J. Morrow, Ryan G. Fischer, Connie Ireland

    Quantifying Katz: Empirically Measuring Reasonable Expectations of Privacy in the Fourth Amendment Context

    No.3

    pp. 289-373

    Jesse J. Norris

    Who Can Testify About Lab Results after Melendez-Diaz and Bullcoming?: Surrogate Testimony and the Confrontation Clause

    No.3

    pp. 375-435

    Andrew W. Eichner

    The Failures of Melendez-Diaz v. Massachusetts and the Unstable Confrontation Clause

    No.3

    pp. 437-455

    American journal of criminal law, 2011-2012,  Vol.39

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    number

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    Court E. Golumbic, Jonathan P. Adams

    The Dominant Influence Test: The FCPA's Instrumentality and Foreign Official Requirements and the Investment Activity of Sovereign Wealth Funds

    No.1

    pp. 1-51

    Maryellen Meymarian

    Providing Immigration Advice During Criminal Proceedings: Preempting Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Claims When Non-Citizen Aliens Seek to Withdraw Guilty Pleas to Avoid Adverse Immigration Consequences

    No.1

    pp. 53-96

    George Vallas

    A Survey of Federal and State Standards for the Admission of Expert Testimony on the Reliability of Eyewitnesses

    No.1

    pp. 97-146

    Alec T. Swafford

    Qualified Support: Death Qualification, Equal Protection, and Race

    No.1

    pp. 147-174

    Anders Kaye

    Objectifying and Identifying in the Theory of Excuse

    No.2

    pp. 175-229

    Andrew C. Adams

    One-Book, Two Sentences: Ex Post Facto Considerations of the One-Book Rule After United States v. Kumar

    No.2

    pp. 231-270

    Meghan Morris

    The Decision Zone: The New Stage of Interrogation Created by Berghuis v. Thompkins

    No.2

    pp. 271-299

    Matt Lloyd

    Dormant Data: Why and How to Make Good Use of Deaths in Custody Reporting

    No.2

    pp. 301-325

    Basyle J. Tchividjian

    Predators and Propensity: The Proper Approach for Determining the Admissibility of Prior Bad Acts Evidence in Child Sexual Abuse Prosecutions

    No.3

    pp. 327-379

    J. Elizabeth McBath

    Trashing Our System of Justice? Overturning Jury Verdicts Where Evidence is Found in the Computer's Cache

    No.3

    pp. 381-423

    Andrew Ingram

    Parsing the Reasonable Person: The Case of Self-Defense

    No.3

    pp. 425-443

    American journal of criminal law, 2012-2013,  Vol.40

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    number

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    Michele Deitch, Rebecca Breeden, Ross Weingarten

    Seventeen, Going on Eighteen: An Operational and Fiscal Analysis of a Proposal to Raise the Age of Juvenile Jurisdiction in Texas

    No.1

    pp. 1- 67

    George M. Dery

    The Supposed Strength of Hopelessness: The Supreme Court Further Undermines Miranda in Howes v. Fields

    No.1

    pp. 69- 94

    Jessica Pitts

    Ag-Gag Legislation and Public Choice Theory: Maintaining a Diffuse Public by Limiting Information

    No.1

    pp. 95- 110

    Michael A. Cantrell

    Constitutional Penumbras and Prophylactic Rights: The Right to Counsel and the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree

    No.2

    pp. 111- 144

    Sally Terry Green

    A Presumptive In-Custody Analysis to Police-Conducted School Interrogations

    No.2

    pp. 145-172

    George M. Dery

    Florence and the Machine: The Supreme Court Upholds Suspicionless Strip Searches Resulting from Computer Error

    No.2

    pp. 173- 196

    Ben Gillis

    Understanding Hate Crime Statutes and Building Towards a Better System in Texas

    No.2

    pp. 197- 226

    Paula Pierce, Brian Quillen

    No Contest: Why Protective Orders Provide Victims Superior Protection to Bond Conditions

    No.3

    pp. 227- 251

    Alexander G. Hughes

    Drawing Sensible Borders for the Definition of Foreign Official Under the FCPA

    No.3

    pp. 253- 279

    Jonathan Levy

    A Principled Approach to the Standard of Proof for Affirmative Defenses in Criminal Trials

    No.3

    pp. 281- 299

    Joseph W. Golinkin

    Fishing with Landmines: Healthcare Fraud and the Civil False Claims Act Where We Are, How We Got Here, and the Case for More Trials

    No.3

    pp. 301- 326

    American journal of criminal law, 2013-2014, Vol.41

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    Title

    number

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    Andrew E. Taslitz

    Racial Threat Versus Racial Empathy in Sentencing-Capital and Otherwise

    No.1, Winter

    PP. 1-40

    Miriam S. Gohara

    Grace Notes: A Case for Making Mitigation the Heart of Noncapital Sentencing

    No.1, Winter

    PP. 41-89

    Mona Lynch

    Institutionalizing Bias: The Death Penalty, Federal Drug Prosecutions, and Mechanisms of Disparate Punishment

    No.1, Winter

    PP. 91-131

    Meredith Martin Rountree

    Law and Loss: Notes on the Legal Construction of Pain

    No.2, Spring

    PP. 133-149

    Gretchen Sween

    Texas Ain't Tuscany: How a Truism Might Further Invigorate Contemporary Cost Arguments for Death-Penalty Abolition

    No.2, Spring

    PP. 151-187

    Carol S. Steiker, Jordan M. Steiker

    The Death Penalty and Mass Incarceration: Convergences and Divergences

    No.2, Spring

    PP. 189-207

    Grace Witsil

    An Epistemological Look at the Standard of Proof for Future Danger Predictions under the Texas Capital Sentencing Scheme

    No.3, Summer

    PP. 209-231

    Matthew W. Kinskey

    American Hustle: Reflections on Abscam and the Entrapment Defense

    No.3, Summer

    PP. 233-261

    Adam Battle Whiteside

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