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2006

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Criminal Law and Procedure

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Davis V. Washington And Hammon V. Indiana: Beating Expectations, Robert P. Mosteller Jan 2006

Davis V. Washington And Hammon V. Indiana: Beating Expectations, Robert P. Mosteller

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Evidence History, The New Trace Evidence, And Rumblings In The Future Of Proof, Robert P. Mosteller Jan 2006

Evidence History, The New Trace Evidence, And Rumblings In The Future Of Proof, Robert P. Mosteller

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Fixing A Hole: How The Criminal Law Can Bolster Reparations Theory, Eric L. Muller Jan 2006

Fixing A Hole: How The Criminal Law Can Bolster Reparations Theory, Eric L. Muller

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High-profile popular-press authors recently have challenged the mainstream consensus that certain historical events should be condemned as injustices. These authors argue that such condemnation unfairly imposes modern standards on historical actors. Until now, the redress movement has largely ignored these partisan revisionists who have sought to justify the harmful decisions made by past generations. Such revisionism, however, threatens the very foundation of reparations theory by persuading the public that redress is unnecessary because historical figures actually committed no injustice by merely acting appropriately, given the historical context in which they lived. This Article seeks to initiate a dialogue regarding how ...


Detector Dogs And Probable Cause, Richard E. Myers Ii Jan 2006

Detector Dogs And Probable Cause, Richard E. Myers Ii

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