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Too Narrow, Too Bad: A Loophole The Adam Walsh Act Did Not Foresee In United States V. Icker, Sophie Davish Dec 2022

Too Narrow, Too Bad: A Loophole The Adam Walsh Act Did Not Foresee In United States V. Icker, Sophie Davish

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


New Approaches To Disarming Domestic Abusers, Natalie Nanasi Sep 2022

New Approaches To Disarming Domestic Abusers, Natalie Nanasi

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Individualizing Criminial Law's Justice Judgments: Shortcomings In The Doctrines Of Culpability, Mitigation, And Excuse, Paul H. Robinson, Lindsay Holcomb Jun 2022

Individualizing Criminial Law's Justice Judgments: Shortcomings In The Doctrines Of Culpability, Mitigation, And Excuse, Paul H. Robinson, Lindsay Holcomb

Villanova Law Review

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The Doctor Will See You Now: The Fourth Circuit Revives The Juvenile Detainee's Right To Treatment By Adopting The Professional Judgment Standard In Doe 4, Matthew Skolnick Jun 2022

The Doctor Will See You Now: The Fourth Circuit Revives The Juvenile Detainee's Right To Treatment By Adopting The Professional Judgment Standard In Doe 4, Matthew Skolnick

Villanova Law Review

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The Burden Of Time: Government Negligence In Pandemic Planning As A Catalyst For Reinvigorating The Sixth Amendment Speedy Trial Right, Sara Hildebrand, Ashley Cordero May 2022

The Burden Of Time: Government Negligence In Pandemic Planning As A Catalyst For Reinvigorating The Sixth Amendment Speedy Trial Right, Sara Hildebrand, Ashley Cordero

Villanova Law Review

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Like, Comment, Or Subscribe—Unless You Are A Prisoner: How Prisoners’ First Amendment Rights Are Thwarted For Penological Interests, Jerome Shaen Feb 2022

Like, Comment, Or Subscribe—Unless You Are A Prisoner: How Prisoners’ First Amendment Rights Are Thwarted For Penological Interests, Jerome Shaen

Villanova Law Review

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So Sue Me: How The Justice Department Can Protect Children By Suing Indigent Defenders, Joshua Perry Feb 2022

So Sue Me: How The Justice Department Can Protect Children By Suing Indigent Defenders, Joshua Perry

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


United States V. Garner: From Speeding Ticket To Drug Bust- Highlighting The Necessity Of An Alternative Approach To Analyzing Traffic Stop Extensions, Rocco Beltrami Dec 2021

United States V. Garner: From Speeding Ticket To Drug Bust- Highlighting The Necessity Of An Alternative Approach To Analyzing Traffic Stop Extensions, Rocco Beltrami

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Johnson V. Superintendent Fayette Sci: Severing Ties With Pronoun Substitutions In Bruton Cases, Aubrey Link Dec 2021

Johnson V. Superintendent Fayette Sci: Severing Ties With Pronoun Substitutions In Bruton Cases, Aubrey Link

Villanova Law Review

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Considering Environmental Impact Under Uncommon Personal Circumstances Carey V. Commonwealth And The Storage Tank Act, Catherine M. Hillin May 2021

Considering Environmental Impact Under Uncommon Personal Circumstances Carey V. Commonwealth And The Storage Tank Act, Catherine M. Hillin

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Getting Away With Murder: How California State Law Determined Recovery In First Roundup Cancer Case Johnson V. Monsato Co., Eliza L. Quattlebaum May 2021

Getting Away With Murder: How California State Law Determined Recovery In First Roundup Cancer Case Johnson V. Monsato Co., Eliza L. Quattlebaum

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Unmuted: Solutions To Safeguard Constitutional Rights In Virtual Courtrooms And How Technology Can Expand Access To Quality Counsel And Transparency In The Criminal Justice System, Matthew Bender Apr 2021

Unmuted: Solutions To Safeguard Constitutional Rights In Virtual Courtrooms And How Technology Can Expand Access To Quality Counsel And Transparency In The Criminal Justice System, Matthew Bender

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Go Phish: Circuit Split In Policy Interpretation For Social Engineering Fraud Losses Creates Ambiguity For Insurers And Insureds, Gabriella Scott Feb 2021

Go Phish: Circuit Split In Policy Interpretation For Social Engineering Fraud Losses Creates Ambiguity For Insurers And Insureds, Gabriella Scott

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Determining The Perspective Of A Reasonable Police Officer: An Evidence-Based Proposal, Mitch Zamoff Oct 2020

Determining The Perspective Of A Reasonable Police Officer: An Evidence-Based Proposal, Mitch Zamoff

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pinkerton Short-Circuits The Model Penal Code, Andrew Ingram Apr 2019

Pinkerton Short-Circuits The Model Penal Code, Andrew Ingram

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Is Reasonable Doubt Self-Defining?, Lawrence T. White, Michael D. Cicchini Apr 2019

Is Reasonable Doubt Self-Defining?, Lawrence T. White, Michael D. Cicchini

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


No Restoration, No Rehabilitation: Shadow Detention Of Mentally Incompetent Noncitizens, Sarah Sherman-Stokes Nov 2017

No Restoration, No Rehabilitation: Shadow Detention Of Mentally Incompetent Noncitizens, Sarah Sherman-Stokes

Villanova Law Review

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Expungement, Defamation And False Light: Is What Happened Before What Really Happened Or Is There A Chance For A Second Act In America?, Doris Deltosto Brogan May 2017

Expungement, Defamation And False Light: Is What Happened Before What Really Happened Or Is There A Chance For A Second Act In America?, Doris Deltosto Brogan

Working Paper Series

Should an individual whose criminal record has been expunged have a cause of action for invasion of privacy, defamation or false light when a media outlet refuses to “unpublish” or correct the original report of her criminal charge? Outside of George Orwell’s world, can a fact that once existed be willed away by a court order, making the once-accurate report false, or “constructively false” and so give rise to a cause of action?

The impact of being swept into the vortex of the criminal justice system, even if as the result of only a minor charge, and even if that …


Criminal Prosecution For Environmental Lawbreakers: A Statute With No Bite, Christiana M. Russo May 2017

Criminal Prosecution For Environmental Lawbreakers: A Statute With No Bite, Christiana M. Russo

Villanova Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.


A Puncher's Chance: Assessing The Classification Of Martial Artists' Hands As Deadly Weapons, Michael R. Romeo Jan 2017

A Puncher's Chance: Assessing The Classification Of Martial Artists' Hands As Deadly Weapons, Michael R. Romeo

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

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The Use Of Risk Assessment At Sentencing: Implications For Research And Policy, Steven L. Chanenson, Jordan M. Hyatt Dec 2016

The Use Of Risk Assessment At Sentencing: Implications For Research And Policy, Steven L. Chanenson, Jordan M. Hyatt

Working Paper Series

At-sentencing risk assessments are predictions of an individual’s statistically likely future criminal conduct. These assessments can be derived from a number of methodologies ranging from unstructured clinical judgment to advanced statistical and actuarial processes. Some assessments consider only correlates of criminal recidivism, while others also take into account criminogenic needs. Assessments of this nature have long been used to classify defendants for treatment and supervision within prisons and on community supervision, but they have only relatively recently begun to be used – or considered for use – during the sentencing process. This shift in application has raised substantial practical and …


A New Sentencing Blueprint: The Third Circuit Allows Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Fraud Convictions To Be Offset By Construction Contract Performance In United States V. Nagle, Christopher C. Reese Dec 2016

A New Sentencing Blueprint: The Third Circuit Allows Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Fraud Convictions To Be Offset By Construction Contract Performance In United States V. Nagle, Christopher C. Reese

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Say Hello To My Little Friend Civil Rico: The Third Circuit Green Lights Insurance Shakedown Of Big Pharma With In Re Avandia, Marie Bussey-Garza Dec 2016

Say Hello To My Little Friend Civil Rico: The Third Circuit Green Lights Insurance Shakedown Of Big Pharma With In Re Avandia, Marie Bussey-Garza

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Smith And Hogan At Villanova: Reflections On Anglo-American Criminal Law, The Definition Of Rape, And What America Still Needs To Learn From England, Michelle Madden Dempsey Oct 2016

Smith And Hogan At Villanova: Reflections On Anglo-American Criminal Law, The Definition Of Rape, And What America Still Needs To Learn From England, Michelle Madden Dempsey

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Cost Of Raising A Killer -- Parental Liability For The Parents Of Adult Mass Murderers, Shaundra K. Lewis Apr 2016

The Cost Of Raising A Killer -- Parental Liability For The Parents Of Adult Mass Murderers, Shaundra K. Lewis

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Consequences Of Reform: Penny Pether On Rape Law In Illinois And Australia, Mark Sanders Nov 2015

Consequences Of Reform: Penny Pether On Rape Law In Illinois And Australia, Mark Sanders

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


United States V. Barry Bonds V. Bronston: Can Section 1503 Handle The Truth?, Donald K. Kazee Jul 2015

United States V. Barry Bonds V. Bronston: Can Section 1503 Handle The Truth?, Donald K. Kazee

Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Mandatory Reporting Of Abuse: A Historical Perspective On The Evolution Of States' Current Mandatory Reporting Laws With A Review Of The Laws In The Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania, Leonard G. Brown Iii, Kevin Gallagher Sep 2014

Mandatory Reporting Of Abuse: A Historical Perspective On The Evolution Of States' Current Mandatory Reporting Laws With A Review Of The Laws In The Commonwealth Of Pennsylvania, Leonard G. Brown Iii, Kevin Gallagher

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Pulling On The Thread Of The Insanity Defense, R. George Wright Jan 2014

Pulling On The Thread Of The Insanity Defense, R. George Wright

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Future Of Residual Clause Interpretation: "Shanking" The Commentary And Simplifying Sentencing Enhancement Analysis After United States V. Mobley, Nicholas A. Novy Mar 2013

The Future Of Residual Clause Interpretation: "Shanking" The Commentary And Simplifying Sentencing Enhancement Analysis After United States V. Mobley, Nicholas A. Novy

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.