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Note, "Interactions Between Memory Refreshment Doctrine And Work Product Protection Under The Federal Rules" In Yale Law Journal, Ellen Wertheimer Jan 1978

Note, "Interactions Between Memory Refreshment Doctrine And Work Product Protection Under The Federal Rules" In Yale Law Journal, Ellen Wertheimer

Ellen Wertheimer

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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

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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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