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The United States Sentencing Guidelines: Justice For All Or Justice For A Few, Jim Mchugh Jan 1991

The United States Sentencing Guidelines: Justice For All Or Justice For A Few, Jim Mchugh

Villanova Law Review

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The Jencks Act - Availability Of Jencks Material At Post-Trial Hearings - Third Circuit Extends Jencks Act To Sentencing Hearings, Nataly A. Harker Jan 1991

The Jencks Act - Availability Of Jencks Material At Post-Trial Hearings - Third Circuit Extends Jencks Act To Sentencing Hearings, Nataly A. Harker

Villanova Law Review

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Constitutional Law - Due Process Clause - Where New Prosecution Is Initiated For Additional Criminal Activity Not Specified In An Original Indictment, Actual Vindictiveness Is The Proper Standard To Determine Whether Such Prosecutorial Conduct Is Constitutionally Permissible, Peter R. Kahana Jan 1980

Constitutional Law - Due Process Clause - Where New Prosecution Is Initiated For Additional Criminal Activity Not Specified In An Original Indictment, Actual Vindictiveness Is The Proper Standard To Determine Whether Such Prosecutorial Conduct Is Constitutionally Permissible, Peter R. Kahana

Villanova Law Review

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Criminal Law - Federal Rule Of Criminal Procedure 41 Authorizes Electronic Intrusions If Probable Cause Established, All Writs Act Provides For An Order To A Third Party Commpelling Aid In Criminal Enforcement Proceeding If Third Party Could Otherwise Frustrate Administration Of Justice, Nina M. Gussack Jan 1979

Criminal Law - Federal Rule Of Criminal Procedure 41 Authorizes Electronic Intrusions If Probable Cause Established, All Writs Act Provides For An Order To A Third Party Commpelling Aid In Criminal Enforcement Proceeding If Third Party Could Otherwise Frustrate Administration Of Justice, Nina M. Gussack

Villanova Law Review

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Criminal Procedure - Due Process Is Not Violated When Prosecutor Carries Out Threat To Bring Increased Charges After Defendant Refuses To Plead Guilty During Plea Bargaining Session, Catherine N. Jasons Jan 1978

Criminal Procedure - Due Process Is Not Violated When Prosecutor Carries Out Threat To Bring Increased Charges After Defendant Refuses To Plead Guilty During Plea Bargaining Session, Catherine N. Jasons

Villanova Law Review

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An Examination Of The Naming Requirement Of Tittle Iii In Light Of United States V. Donovan - A Case For Suppression, William D. Goldberg Jan 1978

An Examination Of The Naming Requirement Of Tittle Iii In Light Of United States V. Donovan - A Case For Suppression, William D. Goldberg

Villanova Law Review

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A Trial Court Working With Rule 1100, Merna B. Marshall, Joseph H. Reiter Jan 1978

A Trial Court Working With Rule 1100, Merna B. Marshall, Joseph H. Reiter

Villanova Law Review

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Pretrial Discovery And Inspection - New Criminal Rules For Pennsylvania, Madeline Hartsell Lamb Jan 1978

Pretrial Discovery And Inspection - New Criminal Rules For Pennsylvania, Madeline Hartsell Lamb

Villanova Law Review

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Criminal Procedure - Statements Made During A Prearraignment Delay That Exceeds Six Hours Ruled Inadmissible In Pennsylvania, Carol J. Young Jan 1978

Criminal Procedure - Statements Made During A Prearraignment Delay That Exceeds Six Hours Ruled Inadmissible In Pennsylvania, Carol J. Young

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Wealth, Bail, And The Equal Protection Of The Laws, Richard A. Cohen Jan 1977

Wealth, Bail, And The Equal Protection Of The Laws, Richard A. Cohen

Villanova Law Review

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Remedies For Prejudicial Publicity: A Brief Review, James T. Ranney Jan 1976

Remedies For Prejudicial Publicity: A Brief Review, James T. Ranney

Villanova Law Review

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Due Process In The Prison: A Third Form, Edmund B. Spaeth Jr. Jan 1976

Due Process In The Prison: A Third Form, Edmund B. Spaeth Jr.

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Computers And The Right To Be Let Alone - A Civil Libertarian View, Burton Caine Jan 1976

Computers And The Right To Be Let Alone - A Civil Libertarian View, Burton Caine

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Computerized Criminal Justice Information Systems: A Recognition Of Competing Interests - An Introduction, Lawrence J. Beaser Jan 1976

Computerized Criminal Justice Information Systems: A Recognition Of Competing Interests - An Introduction, Lawrence J. Beaser

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Privacy: A Case For Accurate And Complete Criminal History Records, Thomas J. Madden, Helen S. Lessin Jan 1976

Privacy: A Case For Accurate And Complete Criminal History Records, Thomas J. Madden, Helen S. Lessin

Villanova Law Review

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Confidentiality Of Criminal Records Privacy V. The Public Interest, David Weinstein Jan 1976

Confidentiality Of Criminal Records Privacy V. The Public Interest, David Weinstein

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Conspiracy And Federal Jurisdiction: From Crimmins To Feola, Mark Berger Jan 1976

Conspiracy And Federal Jurisdiction: From Crimmins To Feola, Mark Berger

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Federal Anti-Riot Act And Political Crime: The Need For Criminal Law Theory, Marvin Zalman Jan 1975

The Federal Anti-Riot Act And Political Crime: The Need For Criminal Law Theory, Marvin Zalman

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Automobile Inventory Search And Cady V. Dombrowski, Robert M. Hall Jan 1974

The Automobile Inventory Search And Cady V. Dombrowski, Robert M. Hall

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law - Fourth Amendment - A Witness May Not Invoke The Exclusionary Rule To Suppress Evidence Before The Grand Jury Or As A Basis For Refusing To Answer Questions Based On Evidence Seized In Violation Of His Fourth Amendment Rights, Leland G. Ripley Jan 1974

Constitutional Law - Fourth Amendment - A Witness May Not Invoke The Exclusionary Rule To Suppress Evidence Before The Grand Jury Or As A Basis For Refusing To Answer Questions Based On Evidence Seized In Violation Of His Fourth Amendment Rights, Leland G. Ripley

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Fifth Amendment And Compelled Testimony: Practical Problems In The Wake Of Kastigar, E. R. Harding Jan 1974

The Fifth Amendment And Compelled Testimony: Practical Problems In The Wake Of Kastigar, E. R. Harding

Villanova Law Review

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Constitutional Law - Double Jeopardy - State Prosecution Barred After Federal Prosecution For Same Offense - Burden On State To Show Substantially Different Interests From Those Of Initial Prosecuting Jurisdiction, Ronald J. Examitas Jan 1973

Constitutional Law - Double Jeopardy - State Prosecution Barred After Federal Prosecution For Same Offense - Burden On State To Show Substantially Different Interests From Those Of Initial Prosecuting Jurisdiction, Ronald J. Examitas

Villanova Law Review

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Constitutional Law - Rights Of Criminal Defendants - Counsel's Presence Is Not Required At Pre-Indictment Identification Confrontations, Howell K. Rosenberg Jan 1973

Constitutional Law - Rights Of Criminal Defendants - Counsel's Presence Is Not Required At Pre-Indictment Identification Confrontations, Howell K. Rosenberg

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Communication Of The Supreme Court's Criminal Procedure Decisions: A Preliminary Mapping, Stephen L. Wasby Jan 1973

The Communication Of The Supreme Court's Criminal Procedure Decisions: A Preliminary Mapping, Stephen L. Wasby

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Law - Fourteenth Amendment Due Process - Representation By Counsel At Trial Is A Prerequisite To The Imposition Of Any Sentence Of Imprisonment Absent Valid Waiver, William J. Lehane Jan 1973

Constitutional Law - Fourteenth Amendment Due Process - Representation By Counsel At Trial Is A Prerequisite To The Imposition Of Any Sentence Of Imprisonment Absent Valid Waiver, William J. Lehane

Villanova Law Review

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Constitutional Law - Search And Seizure - Fourth Amendment Vagueness - Evidence Excluded When Obtained By Search Incident To Vagrancy Arrest Under Statute Previously Held Void For Vagueness, Allen C. Warshaw Jan 1972

Constitutional Law - Search And Seizure - Fourth Amendment Vagueness - Evidence Excluded When Obtained By Search Incident To Vagrancy Arrest Under Statute Previously Held Void For Vagueness, Allen C. Warshaw

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Recent Developments, Various Editors Jan 1972

Recent Developments, Various Editors

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Recent Developments, Various Editors Jan 1972

Recent Developments, Various Editors

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Prisoner's Rights And The Correctional Scheme: The Legal Controversy And Problems Of Implementation - A Symposium - Introduction, Donald W. Dowd Jan 1971

Prisoner's Rights And The Correctional Scheme: The Legal Controversy And Problems Of Implementation - A Symposium - Introduction, Donald W. Dowd

Villanova Law Review

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The Expansion Of Prisoners' Rights, Victor Rabinowitz Jan 1971

The Expansion Of Prisoners' Rights, Victor Rabinowitz

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.