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Recent Developments: Wright V. State: The Trial Court's Method Of Voir Dire Must Allow Members Of The Venire Panel To Formulate A Response To Each Question Asked, Stephen Cornelius 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Wright V. State: The Trial Court's Method Of Voir Dire Must Allow Members Of The Venire Panel To Formulate A Response To Each Question Asked, Stephen Cornelius

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Kamp V. Department Of Human Services: A Presumed Parent, Who Asserts A Paternity Defense For The First Time In A Post -Divorce Proceeding, Must Demonstrate That Paternity Testing Is In The Best Interest Of The Child, Brittany King 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Kamp V. Department Of Human Services: A Presumed Parent, Who Asserts A Paternity Defense For The First Time In A Post -Divorce Proceeding, Must Demonstrate That Paternity Testing Is In The Best Interest Of The Child, Brittany King

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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University Of Baltimore Law Forum Volume 41 Number 1 (Fall 2010) Front Matter, 2010 University of Baltimore Law

University Of Baltimore Law Forum Volume 41 Number 1 (Fall 2010) Front Matter

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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The Court Of Special Appeals Of Maryland To The Press Shield Law: "Good Night, And Good Luck", Timothy M. Mulligan 2010 University of Baltimore Law

The Court Of Special Appeals Of Maryland To The Press Shield Law: "Good Night, And Good Luck", Timothy M. Mulligan

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Are We Bulletproof?: A Defensive Business Strategy To Protect Health Care Companies From False Claims Act Litigation And Corporate Integrity Agreements, Jim Moye 2010 Al Raha Group for Technical Services

Are We Bulletproof?: A Defensive Business Strategy To Protect Health Care Companies From False Claims Act Litigation And Corporate Integrity Agreements, Jim Moye

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Allen V. Dackman: Controlling Members Of An Llc, Or Those With The Ability To Affect Decisions To Property Owned By The Llc, Are "Owners" Under The Baltimore City Housing Code And May Be Held Personally Liable For Injuries Resulting From Violations Of The Code, Mark Shelton 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Allen V. Dackman: Controlling Members Of An Llc, Or Those With The Ability To Affect Decisions To Property Owned By The Llc, Are "Owners" Under The Baltimore City Housing Code And May Be Held Personally Liable For Injuries Resulting From Violations Of The Code, Mark Shelton

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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The Crime Next Door: An Examination Of The Sex Trafficking Epidemic In The United States And How Maryland Is Addressing The Problem, Amanda Walker-Rodriguez 2010 University of Baltimore Law

The Crime Next Door: An Examination Of The Sex Trafficking Epidemic In The United States And How Maryland Is Addressing The Problem, Amanda Walker-Rodriguez

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Alston V. State: Belated Administration Of The Oath To The Jury Was Harmless Error; Conspiracy To Commit Second-Degree Murder Based Upon Intent To Inflict Grievous Bodily Injury Is Not A Crime In Maryland, Mahesh Subramanian 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Alston V. State: Belated Administration Of The Oath To The Jury Was Harmless Error; Conspiracy To Commit Second-Degree Murder Based Upon Intent To Inflict Grievous Bodily Injury Is Not A Crime In Maryland, Mahesh Subramanian

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Della Ratta V. Dyas: Jurisdictional Issues Relating To The Principal Office Clause Of The Maryland Corporations And Associations Article Are Avoided When, After A Hearing For Judgment On Other Issues, A Case Is Transferred To The Appropriate Jurisdiction Prior To Entry Of A Judgment On Dissolution, Shannon Laymon-Pecoraro 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Della Ratta V. Dyas: Jurisdictional Issues Relating To The Principal Office Clause Of The Maryland Corporations And Associations Article Are Avoided When, After A Hearing For Judgment On Other Issues, A Case Is Transferred To The Appropriate Jurisdiction Prior To Entry Of A Judgment On Dissolution, Shannon Laymon-Pecoraro

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Comment: The Anacostia River: Urbanization, Pollution, Epa Failures, And The Collapse Of The Public Trust Doctrine, Matthew Powell 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Comment: The Anacostia River: Urbanization, Pollution, Epa Failures, And The Collapse Of The Public Trust Doctrine, Matthew Powell

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Garner V. State: An Out-Of-Court Statement Made By An Unknown Caller To The Defendant's Cell Phone While In Police Custody Did Not Constitute Inadmissible Hearsay; Where Defendant Never Discharged His Counsel, Md. Rule 4-215(A)(3) Did Not Apply, Mary Lynn Denholm 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Garner V. State: An Out-Of-Court Statement Made By An Unknown Caller To The Defendant's Cell Phone While In Police Custody Did Not Constitute Inadmissible Hearsay; Where Defendant Never Discharged His Counsel, Md. Rule 4-215(A)(3) Did Not Apply, Mary Lynn Denholm

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Julian V. Buonassissi: Failure To File A Supersedeas Bond Does Not Render An Appeal Moot When The Purchaser Is Not Bona Fide; Certain Violations Of The Protection Of Homeowners In Foreclosure Act Render A Deed Voidable But Not Void Ab Initio, Ellyn Riedl 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Julian V. Buonassissi: Failure To File A Supersedeas Bond Does Not Render An Appeal Moot When The Purchaser Is Not Bona Fide; Certain Violations Of The Protection Of Homeowners In Foreclosure Act Render A Deed Voidable But Not Void Ab Initio, Ellyn Riedl

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Henriquez V. Henriquez: Maryland Family Law Article Section 12-103 Permits Awarding Attorney's Fees Directly To A Legal Services Organization Providing Pro Bono Representation In A Child Custody Case, Sarah Witri 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Henriquez V. Henriquez: Maryland Family Law Article Section 12-103 Permits Awarding Attorney's Fees Directly To A Legal Services Organization Providing Pro Bono Representation In A Child Custody Case, Sarah Witri

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Marshall V. State: Prosecutors May Invoke The Invited Response Doctrine In Order To Comment On A Defendant's Refusal To Testify Only If The Court Agrees That Such Comment Is Warranted By Improper Attacks From Defense Counsel, Michael Rosemond 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Marshall V. State: Prosecutors May Invoke The Invited Response Doctrine In Order To Comment On A Defendant's Refusal To Testify Only If The Court Agrees That Such Comment Is Warranted By Improper Attacks From Defense Counsel, Michael Rosemond

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: State V. Luckett: A Suspect's Waiver Of His Or Her Miranda Rights Becomes Invalid When A Police Officer Incorrectly Explains Those Rights, Rendering An Otherwise Proper Miranda Advisement Constitutionally Defective, Elisabeth Koloup 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: State V. Luckett: A Suspect's Waiver Of His Or Her Miranda Rights Becomes Invalid When A Police Officer Incorrectly Explains Those Rights, Rendering An Otherwise Proper Miranda Advisement Constitutionally Defective, Elisabeth Koloup

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Stouffer V. Reid: A Competent Inmate's Right To Refuse Medical Treatment Outweighs The Interests Of The State Unless There Exists Substantial Evidence Of Detrimental Effect To The Prison Community, Carrie Bohrer 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Stouffer V. Reid: A Competent Inmate's Right To Refuse Medical Treatment Outweighs The Interests Of The State Unless There Exists Substantial Evidence Of Detrimental Effect To The Prison Community, Carrie Bohrer

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Recent Developments: Talbot County V. Miles Point Property: When A County Council Makes A Legislative Decision Under The Authority Of The Express Powers Act Of The Maryland Constitution, Both The County Board Of Appeals And The Circuit Court Lack Appellate Jurisdiction, Thereby Making A Writ Of Mandamus An Inappropriate Avenue Of Relief, Leslee Tingle 2010 University of Baltimore Law

Recent Developments: Talbot County V. Miles Point Property: When A County Council Makes A Legislative Decision Under The Authority Of The Express Powers Act Of The Maryland Constitution, Both The County Board Of Appeals And The Circuit Court Lack Appellate Jurisdiction, Thereby Making A Writ Of Mandamus An Inappropriate Avenue Of Relief, Leslee Tingle

University of Baltimore Law Forum

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Vouchers For Students With Disabilities: The Future Of Special Education?, Wendy F. Hensel 2010 Georgia State University College of Law

Vouchers For Students With Disabilities: The Future Of Special Education?, Wendy F. Hensel

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Many voices over the last decade have called for reform in special education in American public schools. As the number of those receiving services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (“IDEA”) has grown, scholars and pundits have increasingly argued that the system not only is failing to meet the needs of many children with disabilities, but in some cases is actively causing harm to those it is intended to serve.

Over the last several years, an increasing number of state legislatures have proposed or have passed laws that give children with disabilities public money to attend a private school ...


Decolonization, Development, And Denial, Natsu Taylor Saito 2010 Georgia State University College of Law

Decolonization, Development, And Denial, Natsu Taylor Saito

Faculty Publications By Year

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Elena Kagan Can't Say That: The Sorry State Of Political Discourse Regarding Constitutional Interpretation, Neil J. Kinkopf 2010 Georgia State University College of Law

Elena Kagan Can't Say That: The Sorry State Of Political Discourse Regarding Constitutional Interpretation, Neil J. Kinkopf

Faculty Publications By Year

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