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Guidelines For Avoiding Pitfalls When Drafting Juvenile Curfew Laws: A Legal Analysis, Elyse R. Grossman, Kathleen S. Hoke Jan 2015

Guidelines For Avoiding Pitfalls When Drafting Juvenile Curfew Laws: A Legal Analysis, Elyse R. Grossman, Kathleen S. Hoke

Saint Louis University Journal of Health Law & Policy

Curfew laws seek to provide general protection to youth and adults by restricting the times that children of certain ages are allowed to occupy public places or streets. These laws often contain exemptions for youth accompanied by an adult, responding to an emergency, or traveling to or from school, work, or a religious service, among others. However, the actual language used and exemptions included vary by locality. As a result, courts have reached different results—several courts upheld curfew laws as constitutional, while others overturned these laws. Although not the original reason behind juvenile curfew enactment, several studies have found that …


Incorporating Collateral Consequences Into Sentencing Guidelines And Recommendations Post-Padilla, Michael A. Wolff Jan 2011

Incorporating Collateral Consequences Into Sentencing Guidelines And Recommendations Post-Padilla, Michael A. Wolff

Saint Louis University Public Law Review

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Free-Standing Due Process And Criminal Procedure: The Supreme Court’S Search For Interpretive Guidelines, Jerold H. Israel Mar 2001

Free-Standing Due Process And Criminal Procedure: The Supreme Court’S Search For Interpretive Guidelines, Jerold H. Israel

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, David N. Yellen May 2000

Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, David N. Yellen

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, David Harlan May 2000

Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, David Harlan

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The Reality Of Guidelines Sentencing, The Honorable Gerald W. Heaney May 2000

The Reality Of Guidelines Sentencing, The Honorable Gerald W. Heaney

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, The Honorable Harlington Wood Jr. May 2000

Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, The Honorable Harlington Wood Jr.

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Is Guided Discretion Sufficient? Overview Of State Sentencing Guidelines, Kate Stith May 2000

Is Guided Discretion Sufficient? Overview Of State Sentencing Guidelines, Kate Stith

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, Roger Haines Jr. May 2000

Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, Roger Haines Jr.

Saint Louis University Law Journal

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Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, Myles J. Jones May 2000

Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, Myles J. Jones

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


The U.S. Sentencing Guidelines: Where Do We Go From Here?, José A. Cabranes May 2000

The U.S. Sentencing Guidelines: Where Do We Go From Here?, José A. Cabranes

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Sentencing Guidelines Conference: Opening Remarks, Roger L. Goldman May 2000

Sentencing Guidelines Conference: Opening Remarks, Roger L. Goldman

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, Thomas Hutchison May 2000

Is “Relevant Conduct” Relevant? Reconsidering The Guidelines’ Approach To Real Offense Sentencing, Thomas Hutchison

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Is Guided Discretion Sufficient? Overview Of State Sentencing Guidelines, Richard S. Frase May 2000

Is Guided Discretion Sufficient? Overview Of State Sentencing Guidelines, Richard S. Frase

Saint Louis University Law Journal

No abstract provided.