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Involuntarily Medicating Condemned Incompetents For The Purpose Of Rendering Them Sane And Thereby Subject To Execution, Matthew S. Collins Jan 1992

Involuntarily Medicating Condemned Incompetents For The Purpose Of Rendering Them Sane And Thereby Subject To Execution, Matthew S. Collins

Washington University Law Review

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Civil Rights Procedural Problems, Carl Tobias Jan 1992

Civil Rights Procedural Problems, Carl Tobias

Washington University Law Review

The article initially examines procedural developments that have detrimentally affected civil rights plaintiffs over the last decade and a half. The piece then analyzes the Civil Rights Act of 1991, emphasizing how that measure fails to remedy numerous procedural complications which confront these plaintiffs. Accordingly, the essay affords suggestions for additional change that would respond to the procedural difficulties which remain.