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Ratting: The Use And Abuse Of Informants In The American Justice System, Robert Bloom Oct 2013

Ratting: The Use And Abuse Of Informants In The American Justice System, Robert Bloom

Robert Bloom

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The Investigation And Prosecution Of White-Collar Crime: International Challenges And The Legal Tools Available To Address Them, Thomas G. Snow Dec 2002

The Investigation And Prosecution Of White-Collar Crime: International Challenges And The Legal Tools Available To Address Them, Thomas G. Snow

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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The White-Collar Police Force: "Duty To Report" Statutes In Criminal Law Theory, Sandra Guerra Thompson Dec 2002

The White-Collar Police Force: "Duty To Report" Statutes In Criminal Law Theory, Sandra Guerra Thompson

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Can The "Public Interest" Justify Non-Consensual Searches Of Homes In Bankruptcy Cases?, A. Mechele Dickerson Dec 2002

Can The "Public Interest" Justify Non-Consensual Searches Of Homes In Bankruptcy Cases?, A. Mechele Dickerson

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

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Peoples Divided: The Application Of United States Constitutional Protections In International Criminal Law Enforcement, Ian R. Conner Dec 2002

Peoples Divided: The Application Of United States Constitutional Protections In International Criminal Law Enforcement, Ian R. Conner

William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal

In an age of globalization, criminal activity too has become internationalized. The response from the United States and other countries has been a growing number of treaties, international accords, and multinational law enforcement programs. This Note addresses the extent to which these international agreements have impacted the rights of the accused both in the United States and abroad


Section 8: Criminal Law & Procedure, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2002

Section 8: Criminal Law & Procedure, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

Supreme Court Preview

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Section 1: Lockyer V. Andrade, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2002

Section 1: Lockyer V. Andrade, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

Supreme Court Preview

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Criminal Procedure Victim Compensation: Change Certain Provisions Relating To Victim Compensation Awards, Maximum Amounts Allowed, Types Of Awards Authorized, And Effective Date Of Awards; Increase The Fee Charged To Probationers, Paige P. Freeman Sep 2002

Criminal Procedure Victim Compensation: Change Certain Provisions Relating To Victim Compensation Awards, Maximum Amounts Allowed, Types Of Awards Authorized, And Effective Date Of Awards; Increase The Fee Charged To Probationers, Paige P. Freeman

Georgia State University Law Review

The Act expands coverage of the Georgia Crime Victims Compensation Program to include the crimes of hit and run, vehicular homicide, and serious injury by vehicle. The Act increases the maximum aggregate award available to victims from $10,000 to $25,000. Further, the Act creates a new category, crime scene sanitization, for which victim compensation is available. Finally, the Act increases probationers' fees from $3.00 per month to $9.00 per month.


Criminal Procedure, Robin Jean Davis, Louis J. Palmer Jr. Jun 2002

Criminal Procedure, Robin Jean Davis, Louis J. Palmer Jr.

West Virginia Law Review

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Quasi-Affirmative Rights In Constitutional Criminal Procedure, David A. Sklansky Jan 2002

Quasi-Affirmative Rights In Constitutional Criminal Procedure, David A. Sklansky

Faculty Scholarship

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Retroactive Application Of "New Rules" And The Antiterrorism And Effective Death Penalty Act, A. Christopher Bryant Jan 2002

Retroactive Application Of "New Rules" And The Antiterrorism And Effective Death Penalty Act, A. Christopher Bryant

Faculty Articles and Other Publications

For three decades, the application of United States Supreme Court criminal procedure decisions has confused the Court's habeas corpus jurisprudence. In 1999, the Court's decision in Williams v. Taylor might have resolved the ambiguous relationship between the pre-1996 habeas corpus retroactivity decisions - the most significant of which was Teague v. Lane - and the habeas corpus reform provisions of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 (AEDPA). Unfortunately, the Williams decision has only engendered further confusion.

Two decades before Teague, the second Justice Harlan proposed an approach to retroactivity questions, arguing that a decision that announced a ...