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Detection Avoidance, Chris William Sanchirico Nov 2005

Detection Avoidance, Chris William Sanchirico

ExpressO

In practice, the problem of law enforcement is half a matter of what the government does to catch violators and half a matter of what violators do to avoid getting caught. In the theory of law enforcement, however, although the state’s efforts at "detection" play a decisive role, offenders’ efforts at "detection avoidance" are largely ignored. Always problematic, this imbalance has become critical in recent years as episodes of corporate misconduct spur new interest in punishing process crimes like obstruction of justice and perjury. This article adds detection avoidance to the existing theoretical frame with an eye toward informing ...


Breaking The Bank: Revisiting Central Bank Of Denver After Enron And Sarbanes-Oxley, Celia Taylor Sep 2005

Breaking The Bank: Revisiting Central Bank Of Denver After Enron And Sarbanes-Oxley, Celia Taylor

ExpressO

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Not "Voluntary" But Still Reasonable: A New Paradigm For Understanding The Consent Searches Doctrine, Ric Simmons Jul 2005

Not "Voluntary" But Still Reasonable: A New Paradigm For Understanding The Consent Searches Doctrine, Ric Simmons

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Garda Diversion Of Young Offenders: An Unreasonable Threat To Due Process Rights?, Liz Campbell Jan 2005

Garda Diversion Of Young Offenders: An Unreasonable Threat To Due Process Rights?, Liz Campbell

Liz Campbell

Diversion programmes play a significant role in the field of youth justice, as an alternative to the conventional court process, which aim to prevent the entry of the child into the formal justice system. This article seeks to establish whether the purported benefits of the pre-trial police diversion programme in Ireland outweigh any infringements on the rights of the child. Firstly, the salient legislative provisions are briefly elucidated, and then the application of the Programme to date is examined. Next, the issue of whether traditional due process rights are relevant or necessary in the context of the Garda diversion programme ...


An Importer's Election: Whether To Invoke Attorney Advice In Defense Or To Preserve Privilege, 39 J. Marshall L. Rev. 17 (2005), Patricia M. Mccarthy Jan 2005

An Importer's Election: Whether To Invoke Attorney Advice In Defense Or To Preserve Privilege, 39 J. Marshall L. Rev. 17 (2005), Patricia M. Mccarthy

The John Marshall Law Review

No abstract provided.