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    American Criminal Law Review

    American Criminal Law Review

    2000, Vol.37                2010, Vol.47

    2001, Vol.38                2011, Vol.48

    2002, Vol.39                2012, Vol.49

    2003, Vol.40                2013, Vol.50

    2004, Vol.41                2014, Vol.51

    2005, Vol.42                2015, Vol.52

    2006, Vol.43                2016, Vol.53

    2007, Vol.44

    2008, Vol.45

    2009, Vol.46


    American Criminal Law Review, 2000, Vol.37

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    George C. Thomas

    THE END OF THE ROAD FOR MIRANDA v. ARIZONA?: ON THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF RULES FOR POLICE INTERROGATION

     No.1

     pp. 1-40

    Paul J. Hofer

    FEDERAL SENTENCING FOR VIOLENT AND DRUG TRAFFICKING CRIMES INVOLVING FIREARMS: RECENT CHANGES AND PROSPECTS FOR IMPROVEMENT

     No.1

     pp. 41-74

    Molly McConville

    A GLOBAL WAR ON DRUGS: WHY THE UNITED STATES SHOULD SUPPORT THE PROSECUTION OF DRUG TRAFFICKERS IN THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

     No.1

     pp. 75-102

    Rebecca L. Spiro

    FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES AND THE REHNQUIST COURT: THEORIES OF STATUTORY INTERPRETATION

     No.1

     pp. 103-126

    Richard S. Julie

    HIGH-TECH SURVEILLANCE TOOLS AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT: REASONABLE EXPECTATIONS OF PRIVACY IN THE TECHNOLOGICAL AGE

     No.1

     pp. 127-144

    David M. Zornow, Keith D. Krakaur

    ON THE BRINK OF A BRAVE NEW WORLD: THE DEATH OF PRIVILEGE IN CORPORATE CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 147-162

    NELL I. BROWN, JAMES R. BURNS

    ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 163-206

    LAURA J. NICHOLSON, TOM F. SHEBAR, MEREDITH R. WEINBERG

    COMPUTER CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 207-260

    MATIHEW E. BECK, MATITHEW E. O BRIEN

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY

     No.2

     pp. 261-290

    BRIAN MORONEY, CHRISTOPHER C. NEE

    EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 291-332

    ELENA AGARKOVA, STEVEN J. BUTTACAVOLI, SEKRET T. SNEED, JONATHAN J. YANG

    ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 333-420

    JOSHUA D. HESS

    FALSE CLAIMS

     No.2

     pp. 421-436

    CAROLYN A. BANNON

    FALSE STATEMENTS

     No.2

     pp. 437-460

    BRIDGETIE KAISER, STEPHEN J. SPIEGELHALTER

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST

     No.2

     pp. 461-494

    MIA V. CARPINIELLO, ABIGAIL ROBERTS

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

     No.2

     pp. 495-528

    JEFFREY S. HUANG, STEVEN G. RAPPAPORT

    FEDERAL FOOD AND DRUG ACT VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 529-550

    SANDRA L. GRAMMAN, DARREN P. NICHOLSON, ANDREW SZYGENDA

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 551-594

    GARY EISENBERG

    FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT

     No.2

     pp. 595-616

    AMY SCHOFIELD, LINDA D. WEAVER

    HEALTH CARE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 617-656

    RONNIE HEATHER BRANDES, BoNNIE L. KANE, KELLY A. LmRERA

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 657-706

    SAMUEL A. NEWMAN, ROBERT G. KIDWELL

    MAIL AND WIRE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 707-728

    KIRK McCoRMICK, BRIAN STEKLOFF

    MONEY LAUNDERING

     No.2

     pp. 729-756

    ARIANNA BERG, JEFFREY LEViNSON

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

     No.2

     pp. 757-790

    RACHEL ENTMAN, JUDITH L. GOLDEN

    PERJURY

     No.2

     pp. 791-818

    CHRISTOPHER M. MARSTON, JOHN A. PENROD, LESLEY B. WHITCOMB

    PROCEDURAL ISSUES

     No.2

     pp. 819- 878

    RICHARD L. BOURGEOIS, S. P. HENNESSEY, JoN MooRE, MICHAEL E. TsCHUPP

    RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 879-940

    ALYSSA HALL, ADAM M. SCHOEBERLEIN

    SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 941-1002

    SEAN BASINSKI, ANDREW FORMAN

    TAX VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 1003-1048

    Jonathan Turley

    "FROM PILLAR TO POST": THE PROSECUTION OF AMERICAN PRESIDENTS

     No.3

     pp. 1049-1106

    Brooks Holland

    SAFEGUARDING EQUAL PROTECTION RIGHTS: THE SEARCH FOR AN EXCLUSIONARY RULE UNDER THE EQUAL PROTECTION CLAUSE

     No.3

     pp. 1107-1142

    Elena R. Laskin

    HOW PARENTAL LIABILITY STATUTES CRIMINALIZE AND STIGMATIZE MINORITY MOTHERS

     No.3

     pp. 1195-1218

    Rebecca Sasser Peterson

    DNA DATABASES: WHEN FEAR GOES TOO FAR

     No.3

     pp. 1219-1238

    David A. Moran

    TRAFFIC STOPS, LITTERING TICKETS, AND POLICE WARNINGS: THE CASE FOR A FOURTH AMENDMENT NON-CUSTODIAL ARREST DOCTRINE

     No.3

     pp. 1143-1164

    Paul Cassell v. Robert Litt

    WILL MIRANDA SURVIVE?: DICKERSON v. UNITED STATES: THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT, THE SUPREME COURT, AND CONGRESS

     No.3

     pp. 1165-1194

    V. S. Khanna

    CORPORATE LIABILITY STANDARDS: WHEN SHOULD CORPORATIONS BE HELD CRIMINALLY LIABLE?

     No.4

     pp. 1239-1284

    William S. Laufer, Alan Strudler

    CORPORATE INTENTIONALITY, DESERT, AND VARIANTS OF VICARIOUS LIABILITY

     No.4

     pp. 1285-1312

    Michele Cotton

    BACK WITH A VENGEANCE: THE RESILIENCE OF RETRIBUTION AS AN ARTICULATED PURPOSE OF CRIMINAL PUNISHMENT

     No.4

     pp. 1313-1362

    Daniel Givelber

    PUNISHING PROTESTATIONS OF INNOCENCE: DENYING RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES

     No.4

     pp. 1363-1408

    Congressman Bobby Scott, Congressman Bill McCollum, Mark Soler

    JUVENILE JUSTICE: REFORM AFTER ONE-HUNDRED YEARS

     No.4

     pp. 1409-1428

    Peter A. Barta

    BETWEEN DEATH AND A HARD PLACE: HOPKINS v. REEVES AND THE "STARK CHOICE" BETWEEN CAPITAL CONVICTION AND OUTRIGHT ACQUITTAL

     No.4

     pp. 1429-1472

    American Criminal Law Review, 2001, Vol.38

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Donald Dripps

    THE CASE FOR THE CONTINGENT EXCLUSIONARY RULE

     No.1

     pp. 1-46

    George C. Thomas

    JUDGES ARE NOT ECONOMISTS AND OTHER REASONS TO BE SKEPTICAL OF CONTINGENT SUPPRESSION ORDERS: A RESPONSE TO PROFESSOR DRIPPS

     No.1

     pp. 47-70

    Bruce Ledewitz

    MR. CARROLL S MENTAL STATE OR WHAT IS MEANT BY INTENT

     No.1

     pp. 71-110

    Ahmed A. White

    RULE OF LAW AND THE LIMITS OF SOVEREIGNTY: THE PRIVATE PRISON IN JURISPRUDENTIAL PERSPECTIVE

     No.1

     pp. 111-146

    Jeffrey Levinson

    DON'T LET SLEEPING LAWYERS LIE: RAISING THE STANDARD FOR EFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL

     No.1

     pp. 147-178

    Richard H. Menard

    TEN REASONABLE MEN

     No.1

     pp. 179-204

    Robert P. Burns

    THE LAWFULNESS OF THE AMERICAN TRIAL

     No.2

     pp. 205-240

    Adam Schoeberlein

    BETTER TO BE JUDGED BY TWELVE THAN CARRIED BY SIX: THE NEED FOR AN "AGAINST-SELF-PRESERVATION" INTEREST EXCEPTION TO THE HEARSAY RULE

     No.2

     pp. 373-402

    Andrew B. Loewenstein

    JUDICIAL REVIEW AND THE LIMITS OF PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION

     No.2

     pp. 351-372

    Eugene R. Sullivan

    THE GREAT DEBATE V: A DEBATE ON JUDICIAL REFORM, ENGLAND V. UNITED STATES

     No.2

     pp. 321-350

    John Kenneth Zwerling

    COMPRENDEZ APPRENDI?

     No.2

     pp. 309-320

    Benjamin J. Priester

    CONSTITUTIONAL FORMALISM AND THE MEANING OF APPRENDI v. NEW JERSEY

     No.2

     pp. 281-308

    Joseph L. Hoffmann

    APPRENDI v. NEW JERSEY: BACK TO THE FUTURE?

     No.2

     pp. 255-280

    Stephen A. Saltzburg

    DUE PROCESS, HISTORY, AND APPRENDI v. NEW JERSEY

     No.2

     pp. 243-254

    Richard H. Walker, David M. Levine

    "YOU'VE GOT JAIL:" CURRENT TRENDS IN CIVIL AND CRIMINAL ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNET SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.3

     pp. 405-430

    CANDICE JONES, DAVIDS. LEE, ADRIAN SHIN

    ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

     No.3

     pp. 431-480

    ERIC J. BAKEWELL, MICHELLE KOLDARO, JENNIFER M. TnA

    COMPUTER CRIMES

     No.3

     pp. 481-524

    JONATHAN C. POLING, KlMBERL Y MURPHY WHITE

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY

     No.3

     pp. 525-554

    MORGAN K.VVHITLATCH, ALEXEI KLESTOFF

    EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CRIMES

     No.3

     pp. 555-606

    JASON BLACKSBERG, F. JOSEPH DAUSCH, ELAINE K. INMAN, CRAIG J. GABRIEL

    ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES

     No.3

     pp. 607-692

    JON MICHAEL THOMPSON

    FALSE CLAIMS

     No.3

     pp. 693-708

    CHAD B. PIMENTEL

    FALSE STATEMENTS

     No.3

     pp. 709-732

    AMY F. DUNATHAN, NILAM A. SANGHVI

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST

     No.3

     pp. 733-776

    BETH ALLISON DAVIS, JOSH VITULLO

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

     No.3

     pp. 777-818

    TIMOTHY K. GILMAN, BRIAN R. McCoRMICK

    FEDERAL FOOD AND DRUG ACT VIOLATIONS

     No.3

     pp. 819-842

    MATIHEW J. SHEPHERD, Scorr N. WAGNER, NATASHA M. WILLIAMS

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FRAUD

     No.3

     pp. 843-890

    NATASHA COLTON

    FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT

     No.3

     pp. 891-912

    NICOLE A. BERRYMAN, DARCY E. FEUERZEIG, ELIZABETH R. JUNGMAN

    HEALTH CARE FRAUD

     No.3

     pp. 913-970

    CAROL NOONAN, JEFFERY RASKIN

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES

     No.3

     pp. 971-1024

    ANNE S. DUDLEY, DANIEL F. SCHUBERT

    MAIL AND WIRE FRAUD

     No.3

     pp. 1025-1050

    DANIEL H. APRIL, ANGELO M. GRASSO

    MONEY LAUNDERING

     No.3

     pp. 1051-1080

    JEFFREY R. KALLSTROM, SUZANNE E. ROE

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

     No.3

     pp. 1081-1120

    ANDREW RIGGS DUNLAP, DAVID M. HERZOG

    PERJURY

     No.3

     pp. 1121-1150

    ALLISON E. BEACH, DEEPAK GUPTA, DAVID E. SUCHAR

    PROCEDURAL ISSUES

     No.3

     pp. 1151-1210

    DANIEL LUCCARO, JASON MISHELOW, BRENDAN N. SNODGRASS, JIHEE G. SUH

    RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS

     No.3

     pp. 1211-1276

    JULIA K. CRONIN, AMANDA R. EVANSBURG, SYLVIA RAE GARFINKLE-HUFF

    SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.3

     pp. 1277-1344

    C. MICHAEL CHITWOOD, PAUL J. HAASE, KERRY HALPERN

    TAX VIOLATIONS

     No.3

     pp. 1345-1390

    William T. Pizzi, Morris B. Hoffman

    JURY SELECTION ERRORS ON APPEAL

     No.4

     pp. 1391-1442

    Benjamin E. Rosenberg

    A PROPOSED ADDITION TO THE FEDERAL RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE REQUIRING THE DISCLOSURE OF THE PROSECUTOR'S LEGAL INSTRUCTIONS TO THE GRAND JURY

     No.4

     pp. 1443-1462

    Congressman Bob Barr, Eric Sterling, Juan Williams

    THE WAR ON DRUGS: FIGHTING CRIME OR WASTING TIME?

     No.4

     pp. 1537-1564

    Amanda R. Evansburg

    "BUT YOUR HONOR, IT'S IN HIS GENES:" THE CASE FOR GENETIC IMPAIRMENTS AS GROUNDS FOR A DOWNWARD DEPARTURE UNDER THE FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES

     No.4

     pp. 1565-1584

    American College of Trial Lawyers

    PROPOSED MODIFICATIONS TO THE RELEVANT CONDUCT PROVISIONS OF THE UNITED STATES SENTENCING GUIDELINES

     No.4

     pp. 1463-1502

    American College of Trial Lawyers

    REPORT AND PROPOSAL ON SECTION 5K1.1 OF THE UNITED STATES SENTENCING GUIDELINES

     No.4

     pp. 1503-1536

    American Criminal Law Review, 2002, Vol.39

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Andrew Hammel

    DIABOLICAL FEDERALISM A FUNCTIONAL CRITIQUE AND PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION OF DEATH PENALTY FEDERAL HABEAS

     No.1

     pp. 1-100

    Kim Strosnider

    ANTI-GANG ORDINANCES AFTER CITY OF CHICAGO v. MORALES: THE INTERSECTION OF RACE, VAGUENESS DOCTRINE, AND EQUAL PROTECTION IN THE CRIMINAL LAW

     No.1

     pp. 101- 147

    Jeffrey S. Huang

    ARE INVESTORS LISTENING WHEN POLITICIANS SPEAK ASSESSING THE SECURITIES FRAUD LIABILITY OF POLITICAL OFFICIALS WHO MANAGE LARGE CIVIC WORKS PROJECTS

     No.1

     pp. 147-170

    Suzanne Roe Neely

    PRESERVING JUSTICE AND PREVENTING PREJUDICE REQUIRING DISCLOSURE OF SUBSTANTIAL EXCULPATORY EVIDENCE TO THE GRAND JURY

     No.1

     pp. 171-200

    HARSH TRIVEDI, ILISSA BROWNSTEIN

    EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CRIMES

     No.1

     pp. 355-402

    Beth A. Wilkinson, Steven H. Schulman

    WHEN TALK IS NOT CHEAP COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE MEDIA, THE GOVERNMENT AND OTHER PARTIES IN HIGH PROFILE WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL CASES

     No.2

     pp. 203-224

    JONATHAN LECHTER, DANIEL POSNER, GEORGE MORRIS

    ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 225-272

    HEATHER JACOBSON, REBECCA GREEN

    COMPUTER CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 273-326

    ANNIE GERAGHTY

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY

     No.2

     pp. 327-354

    ELIZABETH M. JALLEY, PETER BRYAN MOORES, BRIAN L. HENNINGER, GOUD P. MARAGANI

    ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 403-490

    MICHAEL S. DIAMANT

    FALSE CLAIMS

     No.2

     pp. 491-506

    HEATHER L. SCANLON

    FALSE STATEMENTS

     No.2

     pp. 507-526

    BRENDAN BRANON, DAVID D. FAUVRE

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST

     No.2

     pp. 527-570

    RAPHAEL PROBER, JILL RANDALL

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

     No.2

     pp. 571-608

    ALLISON M. SGROI

    FEDERAL FOOD AND DRUG ACT VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 609-630

    JILL BRENNER, BRITTANY NELSON, DANIEL CHUDD

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 631-678

    MELYSA SPERBER

    FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT

     No.2

     pp. 679-706

    BONIE SCHREIBER, ANDREA PRASOW, RACHEL S. MARTIN

    HEALTH CARE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 707-762

    MEGAN K. MAHER, JON MICHAEL THOMPSON

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 763-816

    SHANI S. KENNEDY, RACHEL PRICE FLUM

    MAIL AND WIRE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 817-838

     

    MONEY LAUNDERING

     No.2

     pp. 839-864

    ERIC LENT, MELINDA WILLIAMS

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

     No.2

     pp. 865-894

    JARED S. HOSID

    PERJURY

     No.2

     pp. 895-922

    AMBER HARDING, TIFFANY SHATZ, BRAD SAMUELS

    PROCEDURAL ISSUES

     No.2

     pp. 923-976

    ARTIE JONES, JOHN SATORY, TYLER MACE

    RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 977-1036

    STEVEN AMCHEN, JESSICA CORDOVA, PAUL CICERO

    SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 1037-1102

    RACHAEL LEBEJKO PRIESTER, MICHELLE J. CORRELL

    TAX VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 1103-1146

    Welsh White

    CURBING PROSECUTORIAL MISCONDUCT IN CAPITAL CASES IMPOSING PROHIBITIONS ON IMPROPER PENALTY TRIAL ARGUMENTS

     No.3

     pp. 1147-1186

    John P. Cronan

    IS ANY OF THIS MAKING SENSE? REFLECTING ON GUILTY PLEAS TO AID CRIMINAL JUROR COMPREHENSION

     No.3

     pp. 1187-1260

    Jennifer M. Collins

    AND THE WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN SHARING GRAND JURY INFORMATION WITH THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY UNDER THE USA PATRIOT ACT

     No.3

     pp. 1261-1286

    Paul J. Haase

    "OH MY DARLING CLEMENCY": EXISTING OR POSSIBLE LIMITATIONS ON THE USE OF THE PRESIDENTIAL PARDON POWER

     No.3

     pp. 1287-1308

    Carolyn B. Ramsey

    THE DISCRETIONARY POWER OF "PUBLIC" PROSECUTORS IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

     No.4

     pp. 1309-1394

    Margaret Raymond

    PENUMBRAL CRIMES

     No.4

     pp. 1395-1440

    Karl H. Schmid

    JOURNALIST'S PRIVILEGE IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS AN ANALYSIS OF UNITED STATES COURTS OF APPEALS' DECISIONS FROM 1973 TO 1999

     No.4

     pp. 1441-1500

    Congressman Barney Frank, Michael Chertoff, David Cole, Stuart Taylor, Beth Wilkinson

    THE USA-PATRIOT ACT AND THE AMERICAN RESPONSE TO TERROR CAN WE PROTECT CIVIL LIBERTIES AFTER SEPTEMBER 11

     No.4

     pp. 1501-1534

    Jennifer S. Recine

    EXAMINATION OF THE WHITE COLLAR CRIME PENALTY ENHANCEMENTS IN THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT

     No.4

     pp. 1535-1570

    American Criminal Law Review, 2003, Vol.40

    Author

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    Kirby D. Behre, A. Jeff Ifrah

    PERSPECTIVES ON THE FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES AND MANDATORY SENTENCING: YOU BE THE JUDGE: THE SUCCESS OF FIFTEEN YEARS OF SENTENCING UNDER THE UNITED STATES SENTENCING GUIDELINES

     No.1

     pp. 5-10

    Louis F. Oberdorfer

    MANDATORY SENTENCING: ONE JUDGE'S PERSPECTIVE--2002

     No.1

     pp. 11-18

    Paul J. Hofer, Mark H. Allenbaugh

    THE REASON BEHIND THE RULES: FINDING AND USING THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES

     No.1

     pp. 19-86

    Ian Weinstein

    FIFTEEN YEARS AFTER THE FEDERAL SENTENCING REVOLUTION: HOW MANDATORY MINIMUMS HAVE UNDERMINED EFFECTIVE AND JUST NARCOTICS SENTENCING

     No.1

     pp. 87-132

    Stephen A. Saltzburg

    THE SUPREME COURT, CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND JUDICIAL INTEGRITY

     No.1

     pp. 133-158

    Melysa H. Sperber

    JOHN WALKER LINDH AND YASER ESAM HAMDI: CLOSING THE LOOPHOLE IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW FOR AMERICAN NATIONALS CAPTURED ABROAD WHILE FIGHTING WITH ENEMY FORCES

     No.1

     pp. 159-216

    Abbe David Lowell, Kathryn C. Arnold

    CORPORATE CRIME AFTER 2000: A NEW LAW ENFORCEMENT CHALLENGE OR DEJA VU?

     No.2

     pp. 219-240

    RAYMOND KRAUZE, JOHN MULCAHY

    ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 241-284

    ROBERT DITZION, ELIZABETH GEDDES, MARY RHODES

    COMPUTER CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 285-336

    TANIA BRIEF, TERRELL MCSWEENY

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY

     No.2

     pp. 337-366

    STACY COOPER, JENNIFER RYAN, MATTHEW SINBACK

    EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 367-412

    RACHEL GLICKMAN, ROSE STANDIFER, LORY STONE, JEREMIAH SULLIVAN

    ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 413-494

    JENNIFER MOSES

    FALSE CLAIMS

     No.2

     pp. 495-510

    JAEYOUN JOHN KIM

    FALSE STATEMENTS

     No.2

     pp. 511-530

    KATHERINE EMIG, BRIAN D. GREER, DANIEL ZACH

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST

     No.2

     pp. 531-576

    CARRIE CASEY, LISA MARINO

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

     No.2

     pp. 577-612

    MEGAN HANLEY BAER, WHITNEY MOORE

    FEDERAL FOOD AND DRUG ACT VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 613-636

    AMITABH AGARWAL, ADAM GUSMAN, JAMES PYLE

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 637-682

    WALTER PERKEL

    FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT

     No.2

     pp. 683-712

    JONATHAN CONE, MARISA LEVINSON, SHELLEY FINLAYSON

    HEALTH CARE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 713-770

    KATHERINE BARR, MELISSA BEITING, AMY GRZESINSKI

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 771-824

    NIRAV SHAH

    MAIL AND WIRE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 825-846

    CHRISTOPHER BORAN

    MONEY LAUNDERING

     No.2

     pp. 847-872

    KEITH PALFIN, SANDHYA PRABHU

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

     No.2

     pp. 873-906

    ALLISON HERSH, JAMIE LIPSCHULTZ

    PERJURY

     No.2

     pp. 907-932

    BRANDON BORTNER, DOUGLAS MILLER

    PROCEDURAL ISSUES

     No.2

     pp. 933-986

    TERESA BRYAN, KYLE COHEN, C.J. EATON

    RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 987-1040

    JOSEPH CONAHAN, JANINE LOAISIGA IVANOVA, PAUL NOLETTE, ARAM YOUNG

    SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 1041-1108

    SUZETTE IVANOVA, JENNIFER S. RECINE, WILLIAM WILSON

    TAX VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 1109-1150

    Mary Sigler

    CONTRADICTION, COHERENCE, AND GUIDED DISCRETION IN THE SUPREME COURT'S CAPITAL SENTENCING JURISPRUDENCE

     No.3

     pp. 1151-1194

    Deborah A. Ramirez, Jennifer Hoopes, Tara Lai Quinlan

    DEFINING RACIAL PROFILING IN A POST-SEPTEMBER 11 WORLD

     No.3

     pp. 1195-1234

    Tarik Abdel-Monem

    FOREIGN NATIONALS IN THE UNITED STATES WITNESS SECURITY PROGRAM: A REMEDY FOR EVERY WRONG?

     No.3

     pp. 1235-1270

    Rachel S. Martin

    WATCH WHAT YOU TYPE: AS THE FBI RECORDS YOUR KEYSTROKES, THE FOURTH AMENDMENT DEVELOPS CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

     No.3

     pp. 1271-1300

    Daniel R. Webert

    ARE THE COURTS IN A TRANCE? APPROACHES TO THE ADMISSIBILITY OF HYPNOTICALLY ENHANCED WITNESS TESTIMONY IN LIGHT OF EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE

     No.3

     pp. 1301-1328

    Daniel G. Bird

    LIFE ON THE LINE: PONDERING THE FATE OF A SUBSTANTIVE DUE PROCESS CHALLENGE TO THE DEATH PENALTY

     No.3

     pp. 1329-1386

    Kathryn R. Urbonya

    RHETORICALLY REASONABLE POLICE PRACTICES: VIEWING THE SUPREME COURT'S MULTIPLE DISCOURSE PATHS

     No.4

     pp. 1387-1442

    Eric S. Janus, Robert A. Prentky

    FORENSIC USE OF ACTUARIAL RISK ASSESSMENT WITH SEX OFFENDERS: ACCURACY, ADMISSIBILITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY

     No.4

     pp. 1443-1500

    Michael C. Dorf, Jeffrey A. Fagan

    COMMUNITY COURTS AND COMMUNITY JUSTICE: PROBLEM-SOLVING COURTS: FROM INNOVATION TO INSTITUTIONALIZATION

     No.4

     pp. 1501-1512

    Candace McCoy

    THE POLITICS OF PROBLEM-SOLVING: AN OVERVIEW OF THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THERAPEUTIC COURTS

     No.4

     pp. 1513-1534

    Laurie O. Robinson

    COMMENTARY ON CANDACE MCCOY PAPER

     No.4

     pp. 1535-1540

    James L. Nolan

    REDEFINING CRIMINAL COURTS: PROBLEM-SOLVING AND THE MEANING OF JUSTICE

     No.4

     pp. 1541-1566

    Morris B. Hoffman

    A NEO-RETRIBUTIONIST RESPONDS TO PROFESSOR NOLAN

     No.4

     pp. 1567-1572

    Victoria Malkin

    COMMUNITY COURTS AND THE PROCESS OF ACCOUNTABILITY: CONSENSUS AND CONFLICT AT THE RED HOOK COMMUNITY JUSTICE CENTER

     No.4

     pp. 1573-1594

    William H. Simon

    CRIMINAL DEFENDERS AND COMMUNITY JUSTICE: THE DRUG COURT EXAMPLE

     No.4

     pp. 1595-1608

    Daniel Richman

    PROFESSIONAL IDENTITY: COMMENT ON SIMON

     No.4

     pp. 1609-1616

    Jane M. Spinak

    WHY DEFENDERS FEEL DEFENSIVE: THE DEFENDER'S ROLE IN PROBLEM-SOLVING COURTS

     No.4

     pp. 1617-1624

    Sterling P. A. Darling

    MITIGATING THE IMPRESSIONABILITY OF THE INCORPOREAL MIND: REASSESSING UNANIMITY FOLLOWING THE OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE CASE OF UNITED STATES v. ARTHUR ANDERSEN, L.L.P.

     No.4

     pp. 1625-1654

    Grayson A. Hoffman

    LITIGATING TERRORISM: THE NEW FISA REGIME, THE WALL, AND THE FOURTH AMENDMENT

     No.4

     pp. 1655-1682

    American Criminal Law Review, 2004, Vol.41

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    Niki Kuckes

    THE USEFUL, DANGEROUS FICTION OF GRAND JURY INDEPENDENCE

     No.1

     pp. 1-66

    Gary G. Grindler, Jason A. Jones

    PLEASE STEP AWAY FROM THE SHREDDER AND THE "DELETE" KEY: 802 AND 1102 OF THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT

     No.1

     pp. 67- 92

    Walter Perkel

    MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORISM: INFORMAL VALUE TRANSFER SYSTEMS

     No.1

     pp. 183-214

    Shawn Armbrust

    WHEN MONEY ISN'T ENOUGH: THE CASE FOR HOLISTIC COMPENSATION OF THE WRONGFULLY CONVICTED

     No.1

     pp. 157-182

    American College of Trial Lawyers

    PROPOSED CODIFICATION OF DISCLOSURE OF FAVORABLE INFORMATION UNDER FEDERAL RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 11 AND 16

     No.1

     pp. 93-130

    Ellen S. Podgor

    GIDEON AT 40: FACING THE CRISIS, FULFILLING THE PROMISE

     No.1

     pp. 131-134

    Yale Kamisar, Abe Krash, Anthony Lewis, Ellen S. Podgor

    GIDEON AT 40: FACING THE CRISIS, FULFILLING THE PROMISE

     No.1

     pp. 135-156

    MELISSA PIENTKA

    ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 267-311

    ARTHUR J. CARTER, AUDREY PERRY

    COMPUTER CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 313-366

    SPENCER R. FISHER

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY

     No.2

     pp. 367-395

    DANIEL NOOTER, JENNIFER WRIGHT

    EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 397-441

    DAVID MARKERT, NICOLE DEVERO, BRENDAN DONAHUE

    ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES

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     pp. 443-526

    DANIEL ENGELBERG

    FALSE CLAIMS

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     pp. 527-543

    DANIEL ENGELBERG

    FALSE STATEMENTS

     No.2

     pp. 545-563

    JACQUELYN PINNELL, VINEET SHAHANI

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONFLICT OF INTEREST

     No.2

     pp. 565-609

    JESSE WINOGRAD

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

     No.2

     pp. 611-645

    JEREMY SANDERS, JENNIFER SMOLANSKY

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 671-719

    JUSTIN SERAFINI

    FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT

     No.2

     pp. 721-749

    LISSA BOURJOLLY, ERIN MOAK

    HEALTH CARE FRAUD

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     pp. 751-808

    0NIMI EREKOSIMA, BRIAN KOOSED

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 809-863

    SEAN HEWENS

    MAIL AND WIRE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 865-886

    JUSTIN SERAANI

    MONEY LAUNDERING

     No.2

     pp. 887-909

    SARAH ROADCAP

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

     No.2

     pp. 911-945

    SEAN HEWENS

    PERJURY

     No.2

     pp. 947-972

    KAREN REYNOLDS, LANDIE LANDRY

    PROCEDURAL ISSUES

     No.2

     pp. 973-1026

    NICHOLAS BERG, CHRISTOPHER KELLY

    RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 1027-1078

    XUEMING JIMMY CHENG, RYAN HARRINGTON, RODOLFO A. RuiZ II

    SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 1079-1145

    M ELISSA SANCHEZ, ADAM TEJEDA

    TAX VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 1147-1188

    Frank O. Bowman III

    TRAIN WRECK? OR CAN THE FEDERAL SENTENCING SYSTEM BE SAVED? A PLEA FOR RAPID REVERSAL OF BLAKELY v. WASHINGTON

     No.2

     pp. 217-266

    Simon A. Cole

    GRANDFATHERING EVIDENCE: FINGERPRINT ADMISSIBILITY RULINGS FROM JENNINGS TO LLERA PLAZA AND BACK AGAIN

     No.3

     pp. 1189-1276

    Hillary B. Farber

    THE ROLE OF THE PARENT/GUARDIAN IN JUVENILE CUSTODIAL INTERROGATIONS: FRIEND OR FOE?

     No.3

     pp. 1277-1312

    Greg Berman

    REDEFINING CRIMINAL COURTS: PROBLEM-SOLVING and THE MEANING OF JUSTICE

     No.3

     pp. 1313-1319

    Robert Ditzion

    ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE IN THE INTERNET AGE: THE STRANGE CASE OF PEN REGISTERS

     No.3

     pp. 1321-1352

    Brian C. Lewis

    PREVENTION OF COMPUTER CRIME AMIDST INTERNATIONAL ANARCHY

     No.3

     pp. 1353-1372

    Timothy Cone

    DOUBLE JEOPARDY, POST-BLAKELY

     No.4

     pp. 1373-1388

    Joseph A. Colquitt

    RETHINKING ENTRAPMENT

     No.4

     pp. 1389-1437

    Michael Edmund O Neill

    UNDERSTANDING FEDERAL PROSECUTORIAL DECLINATIONS: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF PREDICATIVE FACTORS

     No.4

     pp. 1439-1498

    James Wallace

    SUPREMACY CLAUSE IMMUNITY: DERIVING A WILLFULNESS STANDARD FROM SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY

     No.4

     pp. 1499-1531

    Shimica Gaskins

    "WOMEN OF CIRCUMSTANCE"-THE EFFECTS OF MANDATORY MINIMUM SENTENCING ON WOMEN MINIMALLY INVOLVED IN DRUG CRIMES

     No.4

     pp. 1533-1553

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    Robert F. Muse

    EULOGY: SAM DASH -- A FORCE FOR GOOD

     No.1

     pp. 1-3

    Steven H. Goldblatt

    REMARKS AT THE GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER MEMORIAL SERVICE FOR SAMUEL DASH

     No.1

     pp. 5-8

    Stuart P. Green

    UNCOVERING THE COVER-UP CRIMES

     No.1

     pp. 9-44

    Erik Lillquist

    ABSOLUTE CERTAINTY AND THE DEATH PENALTY

     No.1

     pp. 45-91

    Vineet R. Shahani

    CHANGE THE MOTION, NOT THE VENUE: A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE CHANGE OF VENUE MOTION

     No.1

     pp. 93-120

    Nicholas Berg

    TURNING A BLIND EYE TO INNOCENCE: THE LEGACY OF HERRERA v. COLLINS

     No.1

     pp. 121-154

    Robert G. Morvillo, Barry A. Bohrer, Barbara L. Baiter

    MOTION DENIED: SYSTEMATIC IMPEDIMENTS TO WHITE COLLAR CRIMINAL DEFENDANTS' TRIAL PREPARATION

     No.2

     pp. 157-177

    KYLIE COOPER, ADRIENNE C. DEDJINOU

    ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 179-221

    RYAN P. WALLACE, ADAM M. LUSTHAUS, JONG HWAN (JUSTIN) KIM

    COMPUTER CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 223-276

    KENDEL DREW, KYLE A. CLARK

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY

     No.2

     pp. 277-303

    MILAN R. KOSANOVICH, CRYSTAL E. BARNES

    EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 305-346

    ANDREW OLIVELRA, CHRISTOPHER SCHENCK, CHRISTOPHER D. COLE, NICOLE L. JANES

    ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 347-426

    JEREMY BAKER, REBECCA YOUNG

    FALSE STATEMENTS AND FALSE CLAIMS

     No.2

     pp. 427-461

    KATHY DIENER, TEISHA C. JOHNSON

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

     No.2

     pp. 463-495

    JEFFREY N. STARKEY, JASON PARK, MATTHEW B. NOVAK

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 497-544

    OREN GLEICH, RYAN WOODWARD

    FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT

     No.2

     pp. 545-571

    ALISSA M . NANN, JANINE CATHERINE ASHE, KlMBERL YHOPE LEVY

    HEALTH CARE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 573-630

    SYLVIA N. ALBERT, JASON A. SANDERS, JESSICA M. MAZZARo

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 631-676

    RYAN Y. BLUMEL

    MAIL AND WIRE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 677-698

    HELESA K. LAHEY

    MONEY LAUNDERING

     No.2

     pp. 699-720

    KALAH AUCHINCLOSS, MATIHEW WALSH

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

     No.2

     pp. 721-754

    AMY MESSIGIAN

    PERJURY

     No.2

     pp. 755-779

    P.J. MEITL, PETER I. MINTON, BETH DYER

    PUBLIC CORRUPTION

     No.2

     pp. 781-824

    MICHELE SACKS, THOMAS COALE, LARA GOLDBERG

    RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 825-875

    ANISH VASHISTA, DAYID R. JOHNSON, MUHTASHEM S. CHOUDHURY

    SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 877-941

    BRYAN T. GIBSON, ANDREW MAHER

    TAX VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 943-984

    George Ellard

    MAKING THE SILENT SPEAK AND THE INFORMED WARY

     No.2

     pp. 985-994

    David Jaros

    THE LESSONS OF PEOPLE v. MOSCAT: CONFRONTING JUDICIAL BIAS IN DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CASES INTERPRETING CRAWFORD v. WASHINGTON

     No.2

     pp. 995-1009

    Paul Litton

    THE "ABUSE EXCUSE" IN CAPITAL SENTENCING TRIALS: IS IT RELEVANT TO RESPONSIBILITY, PUNISHMENT, OR NEITHER?

     No.3

     pp. 1027-1072

    Eunnice Eun

    JOURNALISTS CAUGHT IN THE CROSSFIRE: ROBERT NOVAK, THE FIRST AMENDMENT, AND JOURNALIST'S DUTY OF CONFIDENTIALITY

     No.3

     pp. 1073-1091

    Daniel S. Nooter

    IS MISSOURI v. SEIBERT PRACTICABLE?: SUPREME COURT DANCES THE "TWO-STEP" AROUND MIRANDA

     No.3

     pp. 1093-1115

    Peter B. Rutledge

    MIRANDA AND REASONABLENESS

     No.3

     pp. 1011-1025

    Daniel S. Medwed

    LOOKING FOREWORD: WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS AND SYSTEMIC REFORM

     No.4

     pp. 1117-1121

    Andrew D. Leipold

    How THE PRETRIAL PROCESS CONTRIBUTES TO WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS

     No.4

     pp. 1123-1165

    Daniel Givelber

    LOST INNOCENCE: SPECULATION AND DATA ABOUT THE ACQUITTED

     No.4

     pp. 1167-1199

    Erik Luna

    SYSTEM FAILURE

     No.4

     pp. 1201-1218

    Andrew M. Siegel

    MOVING DOWN THE WEDGE OF INJUSTICE: A PROPOSAL FOR A THIRD GENERATION OF WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS SCHOLARSHIP AND ADVOCACY

     No.4

     pp. 1219-1237

    Cynthia E. Jones

    EVIDENCE DESTROYED, INNOCENCE LOST: THE PRESERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE UNDER INNOCENCE PROTECTION STATUTES

     No.4

     pp. 1239-1270

    Jacqueline McMurtrie

    THE ROLE OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES IN PREVENTING WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS

     No.4

     pp. 1271-1287

    Robert Carl Schehr

    THE CRIMINAL CASES REVIEW COMMISSION AS A STATE STRATEGIC SELECTION MECHANISM

     No.4

     pp. 1289-1302

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    THE CONVICTION OF LYNNE STEWART AND THE UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF THE RIGHT TO DEFEND

     No.1

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    Frederika A. Kaestle, Ricky A. Kitties, Andrea L. Roth, Edward J. Ungvarsky

    DATABASE LIMITATIONS ON THE EVIDENTIARY VALUE OF FORENSIC MITOCHONDRIAL DNA EVIDENCE

     No.1

     pp. 53-88

    David Alan Sklansky

    PRIVATE POLICE AND DEMOCRACY

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     pp. 89-105

    Elizabeth K. Ainslie

    INDICTING CORPORATIONS REVISITED: LESSONS OF THE ARTHUR ANDERSEN PROSECUTION

     No.1

     pp. 107-142

    Jamie Ruf

    EXPANDING PROTECTIVE SWEEPS WITHIN THE HOME

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     pp. 143-163

    Kalah Auchincloss

    CONGRESSIONAL INVESTIGATIONS AND THE ROLE OF PRIVILEGE

     No.1

     pp. 165-198

    Debra Wong Yangt, Brian M. Hoffstadt

    COUNTERING THE CYBER-CRIME THREAT

     No.2

     pp. 201-215

    SHERYL A. BROWN, CHRISTOPHER KIM

    ANTITRUST VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 217-258

    DANA L. BAZELON, YUNJUNG CHOI, JASON F. CONATY

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     No.2

     pp. 259-310

    MICHAEL VIANO, JENNY R. ARNOLD

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY

     No.2

     pp. 311-340

    AUDREY LANING, JESSICA M. GONCALVES

    EMPLOYMENT-RELATED CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 341-380

    PETER J. MARTINEZ, DAMON L. WORDEN, LUKE M. JONES, JASON S. JUCEAM

    ENVIRONMENTAL CRIMES

     No.2

     pp. 381-460

    JORDAN L. COYLE, TARNETIA V. JONES

    FALSE STATEMENTS AND FALSE CLAIMS

     No.2

     pp. 461-494

    RICHARD SIEGEL

    FEDERAL CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY

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     pp. 495-526

    TAYLOR M. KIESSIG, BENJAMlN W. KARPF, JULIE RENEE LINKINS

    FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 527-574

    MARJKA MARIS, ERIKA SINGER

    FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT

     No.2

     pp. 575-602

    TRACY D. HUBBELL, AMY C. MAURO, DAN MOAR

    HEALTH CARE FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 603- 662

    BREANA C. SMITH, DoN LY, MARY SCHMIEDEL

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY CRIMES

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     pp. 663-714

    SKYE LYNN PERRYMAN

    MAIL AND WIRE FRAUD

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     pp. 715-738

    MICHAEL MCGUINN

    MONEY LAUNDERING

     No.2

     pp. 739-762

    KIMBERLEY A. SCHAEFER, JOHNS. SCHOWENGERDT

    OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE

     No.2

     pp. 763-798

    JOSEPH A. SHIFER

    PERJURY

     No.2

     pp. 799-824

    RAGAN NARESH, ELIEZER STRASSFELD, WILLIAM SPIELER

    PUBLIC CORRUPTION

     No.2

     pp. 825-868

    JAMES MORRISON MECONE, JULIE B. SHAPIRO, TIMOTHY B. MARTIN

    RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 869-920

    BILLY KLOOS, JACOB ALTER, MEREDITH STONE

    SECURITIES FRAUD

     No.2

     pp. 921-990

    BRIAN J. SULLIVAN, JESSICA L. THORN

    TAX VIOLATIONS

     No.2

     pp. 991-1032

    Michael E. Horowitz, April Oliver

    FOREWORD: THE STATE OF FEDERAL PROSECUTION

     No.3

     pp. 1033-1042

    Christopher J. Christie, Robert M. Hanna

    A PUSH DOWN THE ROAD OF GOOD CORPORATE CITIZENSHIP: THE DEFERRED PROSECUTION AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY AND BRISTOL-MYERS SQUIBB CO.

     No.3

     pp. 1043-1062

    Mary Patrice Brown, Stevan E. Bunnell

    NEGOTIATING JUSTICE: PROSECUTORIAL PERSPECTIVES ON FEDERAL PLEA BARGAINING IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

     No.3

     pp. 1063-1094

    Christopher A. Wray, Robert K. Hur

    CORPORATE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION IN A POST-ENRON WORLD: THE THOMPSON MEMO IN THEORY AND PRACTICE

     No.3

     pp. 1095-1188

    Reid H. Weingarten, Brian M. Heberlig

    THE DEFENSE WITNESS IMMUNITY DOCTRINE: THE TIME HAS COME TO GIVE IT STRENGTH TO ADDRESS PROSECUTORIAL OVERREACHING

     No.3

     pp. 1189-1202

    Thomas C. Green, Ileana M. Ciobanu

    DEPUTIZING -- AND THEN PROSECUTING -- AMERICA'S BUSINESSES IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION

     No.3

     pp. 1203-1224

    Earl J. Silbert, Demme Doufekias Joannou

    UNDER PRESSURE TO CATCH THE CROOKS: THE IMPACT OF CORPORATE PRIVILEGE WAIVERS ON THE ADVERSARIAL SYSTEM

     No.3

     pp. 1225-1240

    Amy Messigian

    LOVE S LABOUR S LOST: MICHAEL LEWIS CLARK'S CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGE OF 18 U.S.C. 2423(c)

     No.3

     pp. 1241-1266

    Barbara Allen Babcock

    INVENTING THE PUBLIC DEFENDER

     No.4

     pp. 1267-1316

    Elaine M. Chiu

    CULTURE AS JUSTIFICATION, NOT EXCUSE

     No.4

     pp. 1317-1374

    Terry A. Maroney

    EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE, "RATIONAL UNDERSTANDING," AND THE CRIMINAL DEFENDANT

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     pp. 1375-1436

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    A Picture s Worth A Thousand Words: Conversational Versus Eyewitness Testimony In Criminal Convictions

     No.1

     pp. 1-52

    Preet Bharara

    Corporations Cry Uncle And Their Employees Cry Foul: Rethinking Prosecutorial Pressure On Corporate Defendants

     No.1

     pp. 53-114

    Yair Listokin

    Crime And (With A Lag) Punishment: The Implications Of Discounting For Equitable Sentencing

     No.1

     pp. 115-140

    Julie Renee Linkins

    Satisfy The Demands Of Justice: Embrace Electronic Recording Of Custodial Investigative Interviews Through Legislation, Agency Policy, Or Court Mandate

     No.1

     pp. 141-174

    Enrico Pagnanelli

    Children As Adults: The Transfer Of Juveniles To Adult Courts And The Potential Impact Of Roper v. Simmons

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