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Substantive Due Process And Discourse Ethics: Rethinking Fundamental Rights Analysis, Timothy P. Loper Sep 2006

Substantive Due Process And Discourse Ethics: Rethinking Fundamental Rights Analysis, Timothy P. Loper

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

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Reviving The Nixon Doctrine: Nsa Spying, The Commander-In-Chief, And Executive Power In The War On Terror, David Cole Sep 2006

Reviving The Nixon Doctrine: Nsa Spying, The Commander-In-Chief, And Executive Power In The War On Terror, David Cole

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

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What Does Granholm V. Heald Mean For The Future Of The Twenty-First Amendment, The Three-Tier System, And Efficient Alcohol Distribution?, Gregory E. Durkin Jun 2006

What Does Granholm V. Heald Mean For The Future Of The Twenty-First Amendment, The Three-Tier System, And Efficient Alcohol Distribution?, Gregory E. Durkin

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Broadening Executive Power In The Wake Of Avena: An American Interpretation Of Pacta Sunt Servanda, Houston A. Stokes Jun 2006

Broadening Executive Power In The Wake Of Avena: An American Interpretation Of Pacta Sunt Servanda, Houston A. Stokes

Washington and Lee Law Review

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Where To Go From Here? The Roberts Court At The Crossroads Of Sentencing, Nora V. Demleitner Apr 2006

Where To Go From Here? The Roberts Court At The Crossroads Of Sentencing, Nora V. Demleitner

Faculty Scholarship

As the Supreme Court has turned federal sentencing upside down in Booker, it has left a host of open questions in the wake of that decision. The outcome of these questions is often difficult to predict, for lower courts and commentators alike, as the Court has failed to develop an overarching sentencing philosophy to replace the rehabilitation-focused one that animated sentencing for so long. If the Court were to reach consensus on that issue, it would be better able to speak coherently on unresolved sentencing matters. This introduction to an Issue of the Federal Sentencing Reporter highlights some of the ...


Fear Of A Blackened Planet: Pressured By The War On Terror, Courts Ignore The Erosion Of The Attorney-Client Privilege And Effective Assistance Of Counsel In 28 C.F.R § 501.3(D) Cases, Chris Ford Mar 2006

Fear Of A Blackened Planet: Pressured By The War On Terror, Courts Ignore The Erosion Of The Attorney-Client Privilege And Effective Assistance Of Counsel In 28 C.F.R § 501.3(D) Cases, Chris Ford

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

No abstract provided.


Plane Harassment: The Transportation Security Administration's Indifference To The Constitution In Administering The Government's Watch Lists, Yousri Omar Mar 2006

Plane Harassment: The Transportation Security Administration's Indifference To The Constitution In Administering The Government's Watch Lists, Yousri Omar

Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice

No abstract provided.


The Collision Of The Takings And State Sovereign Immunity Doctrines, Eric Berger Mar 2006

The Collision Of The Takings And State Sovereign Immunity Doctrines, Eric Berger

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.