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1989

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Hearing On Gang Violence In Schools, December 6,, 1989, Joint Committee On Organized Crime And Gang Violence Dec 1989

Hearing On Gang Violence In Schools, December 6,, 1989, Joint Committee On Organized Crime And Gang Violence

California Joint Committees

No abstract provided.


Islamic Criminal Law And Procedure: Religious Fundamentalism V. Modern Law, Matthew Lippman Dec 1989

Islamic Criminal Law And Procedure: Religious Fundamentalism V. Modern Law, Matthew Lippman

Boston College International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.


Hearing On Gang Violence In Schools, November 8, 1989, Joint Committee On Organized Crime And Gang Violence Nov 1989

Hearing On Gang Violence In Schools, November 8, 1989, Joint Committee On Organized Crime And Gang Violence

California Joint Committees

No abstract provided.


Hearing On Proposals For Changing Little R.I.C.O., Joint Committee On Organized Crime And Gang Violence Nov 1989

Hearing On Proposals For Changing Little R.I.C.O., Joint Committee On Organized Crime And Gang Violence

California Joint Committees

No abstract provided.


The Legitimacy Of Vigilanteism, Lloyd R. Cohen Nov 1989

The Legitimacy Of Vigilanteism, Lloyd R. Cohen

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Political-Choice Approach To Limiting Prejudicial Evidence, J. Alexander Tanford Oct 1989

A Political-Choice Approach To Limiting Prejudicial Evidence, J. Alexander Tanford

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Murray V. United States: The Bell Tolls For The Search Warrant Requirement, Craig M. Bradley Oct 1989

Murray V. United States: The Bell Tolls For The Search Warrant Requirement, Craig M. Bradley

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Police Discretion: A Comparative Perspective, Gregory H. Williams Oct 1989

Police Discretion: A Comparative Perspective, Gregory H. Williams

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Toward An Expanded View Of The Due Process Claim In Entrapment Cases, Paul Marcus Oct 1989

Toward An Expanded View Of The Due Process Claim In Entrapment Cases, Paul Marcus

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Habeas Corpus Committee - Press Briefing, Lewis F. Powell Jr Sep 1989

Habeas Corpus Committee - Press Briefing, Lewis F. Powell Jr

Habeas Corpus Committee

No abstract provided.


Stanford V. Kentucky: Upholding Juvenile Capital Punishment--A Confirmation Of Society's Evolving Standards Of Decency, Jeffery L. Robinette Sep 1989

Stanford V. Kentucky: Upholding Juvenile Capital Punishment--A Confirmation Of Society's Evolving Standards Of Decency, Jeffery L. Robinette

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Question Of Necessity: The Conflict Between A Defendant's Right Of Confrontation And A State's Use Of Closed Circuit Television In Child Sexual Abuse Cases Sep 1989

A Question Of Necessity: The Conflict Between A Defendant's Right Of Confrontation And A State's Use Of Closed Circuit Television In Child Sexual Abuse Cases

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Constitutional Infirmity Of Rico Forfeiture Sep 1989

The Constitutional Infirmity Of Rico Forfeiture

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidence—Criminal Law—Evidence Of Dna Fingerprinting Admitted For Identification Purposes In Rape Trial. Andrews V. State, Charity Lynn Clayborn Jul 1989

Evidence—Criminal Law—Evidence Of Dna Fingerprinting Admitted For Identification Purposes In Rape Trial. Andrews V. State, Charity Lynn Clayborn

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations (Rico)—Pattern Element Does Not Require Multiple Schemes. H.J. Incorporated V. Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., John N. Spivey Jul 1989

Racketeer Influenced And Corrupt Organizations (Rico)—Pattern Element Does Not Require Multiple Schemes. H.J. Incorporated V. Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., John N. Spivey

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

No abstract provided.


Habeas Corpus Committee - Correspondence, Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Jul 1989

Habeas Corpus Committee - Correspondence, Lewis F. Powell, Jr.

Habeas Corpus Committee

No abstract provided.


Habeas Corpus Committee - Memoranda, Lewis F. Powell Jr. Jul 1989

Habeas Corpus Committee - Memoranda, Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Habeas Corpus Committee

No abstract provided.


Violence, Crime, And Campus Security Measures On California's Colleges And Universities, Senate Select Committee On University Of California Admissions Jun 1989

Violence, Crime, And Campus Security Measures On California's Colleges And Universities, Senate Select Committee On University Of California Admissions

California Senate

No abstract provided.


Challenging The Death Penalty For Mentally Retarded Defendants: Issues Raised By Penry V. Lynaugh, Nancy L. Woodhouse Jun 1989

Challenging The Death Penalty For Mentally Retarded Defendants: Issues Raised By Penry V. Lynaugh, Nancy L. Woodhouse

Boston College Third World Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Reduction In Seller Liability Under The Securities Act Of 1933: Good News For Securities Professionals Jun 1989

The Reduction In Seller Liability Under The Securities Act Of 1933: Good News For Securities Professionals

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Statutes Of Limitation For Section 10(B) And Rule Lob-5: A New Proposal For Uniformity Jun 1989

Statutes Of Limitation For Section 10(B) And Rule Lob-5: A New Proposal For Uniformity

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


International Cooperation In Securities Enforcement Jun 1989

International Cooperation In Securities Enforcement

Washington and Lee Law Review

No abstract provided.


Federal Habeas Corpus Review Of State Judgments, Department Of Justice Office Of Legal Policy Jun 1989

Federal Habeas Corpus Review Of State Judgments, Department Of Justice Office Of Legal Policy

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

This Report carries out a review of the historical development of the federal habeas corpus jurisdiction; examines its contemporary character and operation; and discusses relevant policy considerations. The Report concludes that federal habeas corpus as a post-conviction remedy for state prisoners should be abolished or limited as far as possible. The limited reform proposals that were passed by the Senate in 1984 and that are currently before Congress as Title II of the proposed Criminal Justice Reform Act provide the best immediate prospect for improvement.


Habeas Corpus Committee - Memoranda, Lewis F. Powell Jr. Jun 1989

Habeas Corpus Committee - Memoranda, Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Habeas Corpus Committee

No abstract provided.


Habeas Corpus Committee - Memoranda, Lewis F. Powell Jr. May 1989

Habeas Corpus Committee - Memoranda, Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Habeas Corpus Committee

No abstract provided.


Just Punishment In An Imperfect World, Stephen J. Schulhofer May 1989

Just Punishment In An Imperfect World, Stephen J. Schulhofer

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Questioning Authority: Justice and Criminal Law by David L. Bazelon


Introducing Criminal Law, Stephen J. Morse May 1989

Introducing Criminal Law, Stephen J. Morse

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Bad Acts and Guilty Minds: Conundrums of the Criminal Law by Leo Katz, and Crime, Guilt, and Punishment: A Philosophical Introduction by C.L. Ten


Representing Nazism: Advocacy And Identity At The Trial Of Klaus Barbie, Guyora Binder May 1989

Representing Nazism: Advocacy And Identity At The Trial Of Klaus Barbie, Guyora Binder

Journal Articles

Noting the enormous media interest in the war crimes trial of Klaus Barbie, and the surprising emphasis of this coverage on its cultural significance, this essay provides a literary reading of the trial as a contest over identity. More specifically, it treats the trial and its coverage as a struggle among competing groups - including the French state, various strands of the French left, the French right, resistance veterans, holocaust survivors, Zionists, Arabs, anti-colonialists - for the power to represent Nazism. All of these groups sought to define Nazism so as to claim a privileged identity as essential victims or opponents. Drawing ...


Hardly The Trial Of The Century, Franklin E. Zimring May 1989

Hardly The Trial Of The Century, Franklin E. Zimring

Michigan Law Review

A Review of A Crime of Self-Defense: Bernhard Goetz and the Law on Trial by George P. Fletcher


At A Tender Age: Violent Youth And Juvenile Justice, Patrick Gallagher May 1989

At A Tender Age: Violent Youth And Juvenile Justice, Patrick Gallagher

Michigan Law Review

A Review of At a Tender Age: Violent Youth and Juvenile Justice by Rita Kramer