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Tradition & The Abolition Of Capital Punishment For Juvenile Crime, Harry F. Tepker Jr. Jan 2006

Tradition & The Abolition Of Capital Punishment For Juvenile Crime, Harry F. Tepker Jr.

Harry F. Tepker Jr.

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Learning From All Fifty States: How To Apply The Fourth Amendment And Its State Analogs To Protect Third Party Information From Unreasonable Search, Stephen E. Henderson Jan 2006

Learning From All Fifty States: How To Apply The Fourth Amendment And Its State Analogs To Protect Third Party Information From Unreasonable Search, Stephen E. Henderson

Stephen E Henderson

We are all aware of, and many commentators are critical of, the Supreme Court's third-party doctrine, under which information provided to third parties receives no Fourth Amendment protection. This constitutional void becomes increasingly important as technology and social norms dictate that increasing amounts of disparate information are available to third parties. But we are not solely dependent upon the Federal Constitution. We may have more constitutional protection as citizens of states, each of which has a constitutional cognate or analog to the Federal Fourth Amendment. As Justice Brennan urged in a famous 1977 article, those provisions should be interpreted ...


To Bootleg Or Not To Bootleg? Confusion Surrounding The Constitutionality Of The Anti-Bootlegging Act Continues, Andrew B. Peterson Jan 2006

To Bootleg Or Not To Bootleg? Confusion Surrounding The Constitutionality Of The Anti-Bootlegging Act Continues, Andrew B. Peterson

Oklahoma Law Review

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Silence Should Be Golden: A Case Against The Use Of A Defendant's Post-Arrest, Pre-Miranda Silence As Evidence Of Guilt, Marty Skrapka Jan 2006

Silence Should Be Golden: A Case Against The Use Of A Defendant's Post-Arrest, Pre-Miranda Silence As Evidence Of Guilt, Marty Skrapka

Oklahoma Law Review

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Oklahoma Advance Directive Act: Denying Choice To Those Who Cannot Choose--A Proposal For Legislative And Practical Alternatives, Matthew B. Hickey Jan 2006

Oklahoma Advance Directive Act: Denying Choice To Those Who Cannot Choose--A Proposal For Legislative And Practical Alternatives, Matthew B. Hickey

Oklahoma Law Review

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Miller V. Department Of Corrections: The Application Of Title Vii To Consensual, Indirect Employer Conduct, Stephen Dacus Jan 2006

Miller V. Department Of Corrections: The Application Of Title Vii To Consensual, Indirect Employer Conduct, Stephen Dacus

Oklahoma Law Review

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Catalyzing More Adequate Federal Habeas Review Of Summation Misconduct: Persuasion Theory And The Sixth Amendment Right To An Unbiased Jury, Ryan P. Alford Jan 2006

Catalyzing More Adequate Federal Habeas Review Of Summation Misconduct: Persuasion Theory And The Sixth Amendment Right To An Unbiased Jury, Ryan P. Alford

Oklahoma Law Review

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The Constitutionality Of The Monkey Wrench: Exploring The Case For Intelligent Design, Johnny Buckles Jan 2006

The Constitutionality Of The Monkey Wrench: Exploring The Case For Intelligent Design, Johnny Buckles

Oklahoma Law Review

Teaching intelligent design in public schools has become an extremely controversial, and highly publicized, educational prospect that is just beginning to garner judicial attention. This Article argues that a proper resolution of the constitutional problems raised by teaching intelligent design requires both a precise understanding of intelligent design and evolutionary theory, and a sophisticated grasp of theological conceptions of the origin and development of life. After explaining these important foundational concepts and surveying the most relevant Supreme Court precedent, this Article discusses two important threshold questions that arise from the origins debate. First, is intelligent design theory inherently religious? Secondly ...


Tradition & The Abolition Of Capital Punishment For Juvenile Crime, Harry F. Tepker Jr. Jan 2006

Tradition & The Abolition Of Capital Punishment For Juvenile Crime, Harry F. Tepker Jr.

Oklahoma Law Review

No abstract provided.