Vol. 31 No. 4, June 1994
- In memoriam: William W. Greenhalgh.
- In defense of the 'per se' rule: Justice Stewart's struggle to preserve the Fourth Amendment's warrant clause.
- Just say no! A proposal to eliminate racially discriminatory uses of peremptory challenges.
- Permeation of race, national origin and gender issues from initial law enforcement contact through sentencing: the need for sensitivity, equalitarianism and vigilance in the criminal justice system.
- The effects of race-conscious jury selection on public confidence in the fairness of jury proceedings: an empirical puzzle.
- Peremptory challenges as a shield for the pariah.
- A brief historical overview of the use of the mixed jury.
- The jury is still out: the role of jury science in the modern American courtroom.
- The numbers don't add up: challenging the premise of J.E.B. v. Alabama ex rel. T.B.
- The right to counsel in Native American tribal courts: tribal sovereignty and congressional control.