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Neuro Lie Detection And Mental Privacy, Madison Kilbride, Jason Iuliano Dec 2015

Neuro Lie Detection And Mental Privacy, Madison Kilbride, Jason Iuliano

Maryland Law Review

New technologies inevitably raise novel legal questions. This is particularly true of technologies, such as neuro lie detection, that offer new ways to investigate crime. Recently, a number of scholars have asked whether neuro lie detection testing is constitutional. So far, the debate has focused on the Fifth Amendment—specifically whether evidence gathered through neuro lie detection is constitutionally admissible because it is “physical” in nature or inadmissible because it is “testimonial” in nature. Under current Supreme Court doctrine, this Fifth Amendment debate is intractable. However, the more fundamental question of whether the government can compel individuals to undergo a ...


Redesigning The Science Court, Justin Sevier Jan 2014

Redesigning The Science Court, Justin Sevier

Maryland Law Review

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Clearly Erroneous: The Court Of Appeals Of Maryland’S Misguided Shift To A Higher Standard For Post-Conviction Dna Relief, Christine E. White Jan 2012

Clearly Erroneous: The Court Of Appeals Of Maryland’S Misguided Shift To A Higher Standard For Post-Conviction Dna Relief, Christine E. White

Maryland Law Review

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Garner V. State: Maryland’S Implied Retreat From Implied Assertions, Lindsey N. Lanzendorfer Jan 2012

Garner V. State: Maryland’S Implied Retreat From Implied Assertions, Lindsey N. Lanzendorfer

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Davis V. United States: Good Faith, Retroactivity, And The Loss Of Principle, David Mcaloon Jan 2012

Davis V. United States: Good Faith, Retroactivity, And The Loss Of Principle, David Mcaloon

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


District Attorney’S Office For The Third Judicial District V. Osborne: Leaving Prisoners’ Access To Dna Evidence In Limbo, Alexandra Millard Jan 2010

District Attorney’S Office For The Third Judicial District V. Osborne: Leaving Prisoners’ Access To Dna Evidence In Limbo, Alexandra Millard

Maryland Law Review

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Keeping It Real: Reforming The “Untried Conviction” Impeachment Rule, Montré D. Carodine Jan 2010

Keeping It Real: Reforming The “Untried Conviction” Impeachment Rule, Montré D. Carodine

Maryland Law Review

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Goldberg V. Boone: Getting Away With “Murder”— An Attempt To Exploit The Arbitrary Limits On Cross-Examination Questioning, Brigham J. Lundberg Jan 2008

Goldberg V. Boone: Getting Away With “Murder”— An Attempt To Exploit The Arbitrary Limits On Cross-Examination Questioning, Brigham J. Lundberg

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Even Better Than The Real Thing: How Courts Have Been Anything But Liberal In Finding Genuine Questions Raised As To The Authenticity Of Originals Under Rule 1003, Colin Miller Jan 2008

Even Better Than The Real Thing: How Courts Have Been Anything But Liberal In Finding Genuine Questions Raised As To The Authenticity Of Originals Under Rule 1003, Colin Miller

Maryland Law Review

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A Unilateral Hope: Reliance On The Clemency Process As A Trigger For A Right Of Access To State-Held Dna Evidence, Ryan Dietrich Jan 2003

A Unilateral Hope: Reliance On The Clemency Process As A Trigger For A Right Of Access To State-Held Dna Evidence, Ryan Dietrich

Maryland Law Review

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A Match Made In Maryland: Howard Chasanow And The Law Of Evidence, Alan D. Hornstein, Nichole G. Mazade Jan 2001

A Match Made In Maryland: Howard Chasanow And The Law Of Evidence, Alan D. Hornstein, Nichole G. Mazade

Maryland Law Review

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Strickler V. Greene: Preventing Injustice By Preserving The Coherent "Reasonable Probability" Standard To Resolve Issues Of Prejudice In Brady Violation Cases, Corinne M. Nastro Jan 2001

Strickler V. Greene: Preventing Injustice By Preserving The Coherent "Reasonable Probability" Standard To Resolve Issues Of Prejudice In Brady Violation Cases, Corinne M. Nastro

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Agostini V. Felton: Shifting The Evidentiary Burden In Establishment Clause Challenges Back To The Plaintiff, Brian Saccenti Jan 1999

Agostini V. Felton: Shifting The Evidentiary Burden In Establishment Clause Challenges Back To The Plaintiff, Brian Saccenti

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Genesis And Evolution Of Legal Uncertainty About "Reasonable Medical Certainty", Jeff L. Lewin Jan 1998

The Genesis And Evolution Of Legal Uncertainty About "Reasonable Medical Certainty", Jeff L. Lewin

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Evidence, Economics, And Ethics: What Information Should Jurors Be Given To Determine The Amount Of A Punitive Damage Award?, David Crump Jan 1998

Evidence, Economics, And Ethics: What Information Should Jurors Be Given To Determine The Amount Of A Punitive Damage Award?, David Crump

Maryland Law Review

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Arizona V. Evans: Narrowing The Scope Of The Exclusionary Rule, Laura A. Giantris Jan 1996

Arizona V. Evans: Narrowing The Scope Of The Exclusionary Rule, Laura A. Giantris

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


General Evidentiary Objections Still Valid In Maryland, Dinah S. Leventhal Jan 1995

General Evidentiary Objections Still Valid In Maryland, Dinah S. Leventhal

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Meaning Of "Facts Or Data" In Federal Rule Of Evidence 703: The Significance Of The Supreme Court's Decision To Rely On Federal Rule 702 In Daubert V. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Edward J. Imwinkelried Jan 1995

The Meaning Of "Facts Or Data" In Federal Rule Of Evidence 703: The Significance Of The Supreme Court's Decision To Rely On Federal Rule 702 In Daubert V. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Edward J. Imwinkelried

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Codifying The Rule On Expert Testimony: Why Traditional Analysis Should Be Generally Acceptable, Kevin M. Carroll Jan 1995

Codifying The Rule On Expert Testimony: Why Traditional Analysis Should Be Generally Acceptable, Kevin M. Carroll

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


What Is A "Crime Relevant To Credibility"?, James A. Protin Jan 1995

What Is A "Crime Relevant To Credibility"?, James A. Protin

Maryland Law Review

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Residual Hearsay Exceptions: A New Opening?, Jeffrey E. Greene Jan 1995

Residual Hearsay Exceptions: A New Opening?, Jeffrey E. Greene

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Maryland Rules Of Evidence - The New Maryland Rules Of Evidence: Survey, Analysis And Critique, Alan D. Hornstein Jan 1995

The Maryland Rules Of Evidence - The New Maryland Rules Of Evidence: Survey, Analysis And Critique, Alan D. Hornstein

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Myself Alone: Individualizing Justice Through Psychological Character Evidence, Andrew E. Taslitz Jan 1993

Myself Alone: Individualizing Justice Through Psychological Character Evidence, Andrew E. Taslitz

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Aftermath Of The Iran-Contra Trials: The Uncertain Status Of Derivative Use Immunity, Jerome A. Murphy Jan 1992

The Aftermath Of The Iran-Contra Trials: The Uncertain Status Of Derivative Use Immunity, Jerome A. Murphy

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Expert Testimony On The Batered Woman Syndrome In Maryland, Jeanne-Marie Bates Jan 1991

Expert Testimony On The Batered Woman Syndrome In Maryland, Jeanne-Marie Bates

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


State V. Jones: Maryland's Flexible Present Sense Impression Exception, Judith Lynn Schlossberg Jan 1989

State V. Jones: Maryland's Flexible Present Sense Impression Exception, Judith Lynn Schlossberg

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


Revisiting The Missing Witness Inference - Quieting The Loud Voice From The Empty Chair, Robert H. Stier Jr. Jan 1985

Revisiting The Missing Witness Inference - Quieting The Loud Voice From The Empty Chair, Robert H. Stier Jr.

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Psychologist As Expert Witness: Science In The Courtroom? Jan 1979

The Psychologist As Expert Witness: Science In The Courtroom?

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Voiceprint Dilemma: Should Voices, Be Seen And Not Heard? Jan 1975

The Voiceprint Dilemma: Should Voices, Be Seen And Not Heard?

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Prosecution At A Lohss: Time For Statutory Revision Jan 1975

The Prosecution At A Lohss: Time For Statutory Revision

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.