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The Right Of Revolution: The Development Of The People's Right To Reform Government, Phillip B. Scott Sep 1987

The Right Of Revolution: The Development Of The People's Right To Reform Government, Phillip B. Scott

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Procedural Due Process: The Original Understanding, Edward J. Eberle Jul 1987

Procedural Due Process: The Original Understanding, Edward J. Eberle

Law Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Questioning Litigation's Role-Courts And Class Actions In Canada, W. A. Bogart Jul 1987

Questioning Litigation's Role-Courts And Class Actions In Canada, W. A. Bogart

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Courts Juveniles: Provide For Court Placement Of Deprived, Abused, Or Neglected Children, J. Brenner Mar 1987

Courts Juveniles: Provide For Court Placement Of Deprived, Abused, Or Neglected Children, J. Brenner

Georgia State University Law Review

The Code is amended so that when a juvenile who is allegedly abused, deprived, or neglected is removed from the home, the juvenile court judge or the judge's designee must approve the specific placement of the child. July 1, 1987


Courts Juveniles: Redefine Designated Felony Act, H. Woodall Mar 1987

Courts Juveniles: Redefine Designated Felony Act, H. Woodall

Georgia State University Law Review

The Act amends Georgia's Designated Felony Law by providing that a juvenile will be subject to the provisions of the Designated Felony Law if the juvenile commits an act which would be a felony if committed by an adult and the juvenile has been adjudicated three times previously for acts which, if done by an adult, would have been felonies. July 1, 1987


Gender Dynamics And Jury Deliberations (Student Note), Nancy S. Marder Feb 1987

Gender Dynamics And Jury Deliberations (Student Note), Nancy S. Marder

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Gender Dynamics And Jury Deliberations (Student Note), Nancy S. Marder Jan 1987

Gender Dynamics And Jury Deliberations (Student Note), Nancy S. Marder

Nancy S. Marder

No abstract provided.


The Figure In The Judicial Carpet: Images Of Family And State In Supreme Court Opinions, Laura K. Ray Jan 1987

The Figure In The Judicial Carpet: Images Of Family And State In Supreme Court Opinions, Laura K. Ray

Laura K. Ray

No abstract provided.


The Establishment Clause And Aid To Parochial Schools-An Update, Jesse H. Choper Jan 1987

The Establishment Clause And Aid To Parochial Schools-An Update, Jesse H. Choper

Faculty Scholarship

Focuses on the rulings of the California Supreme Court in the establishment clause and aid to parochial schools in the U.S. Examples of the cases; Information on the three-part test of the court; Assessment on the court's rulings.


The Scope Of Criminal Restitution: Awarding Unliquidated Damages In Sentencing Hearings, Bradford Mank Jan 1987

The Scope Of Criminal Restitution: Awarding Unliquidated Damages In Sentencing Hearings, Bradford Mank

Faculty Articles and Other Publications

During the past several years a variety of victim groups have forced the criminal justice system to pay more attention to the restitution needs of victims! Criminal courts, however, are still limited in the types of restitution they may award. Typically, sentencing judges can award restitution for the whole range of liquidated damages including the value of stolen or destroyed property, medical expenses, and lost past wages. In most jurisdictions, however, criminal courts cannot award restitution for unliquidated damages involving compensation for pain and suffering, or for lost future earning capacity. Crime victims must initiate a civil suit at their ...


Ripeness And The Constitution, Gene R. Nichol Jr. Jan 1987

Ripeness And The Constitution, Gene R. Nichol Jr.

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Federalism, State Courts, And Section 1983, Gene R. Nichol Jr. Jan 1987

Federalism, State Courts, And Section 1983, Gene R. Nichol Jr.

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Dialectical Federalism: A Tribute To The West Virginia Supreme Court Of Appeals, Gene R. Nichol Jan 1987

Dialectical Federalism: A Tribute To The West Virginia Supreme Court Of Appeals, Gene R. Nichol

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Cable Television's New Legal Universe: Early Judicial Response To The Cable Act, Michael I. Meyerson Jan 1987

Cable Television's New Legal Universe: Early Judicial Response To The Cable Act, Michael I. Meyerson

All Faculty Scholarship

On October 29, 1984, a new era began in the relationship between law and cable television. On that day, the first major law regulation cable television, the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984,was signed into law.

Early judicial attempts to interpret the Cable Act revealed the difficulties judges had with understanding the new legal regimen. A common thread running through these varied cases, if any, was the courts' apparent lack of appreciation of the Act's complexity. Many, though not all, decisions appear to misread congressional language and misinterpret congressional intent. The first part of this Article will discuss ...


Products Liability Statute Of Repose-A Florida Perspective, Linda D. Caldwell Jan 1987

Products Liability Statute Of Repose-A Florida Perspective, Linda D. Caldwell

Nova Law Review

On November 21, 1979, a seventeen-year-old boy, Dana Lamb, was a passenger in a 1967 Volkswagen.


Towards The Elimination Of Gender Bias In The Florida Courts, Sandy Karlan Jan 1987

Towards The Elimination Of Gender Bias In The Florida Courts, Sandy Karlan

Nova Law Review

Florida's judicial system is beginning to respond.