Vol. 33 Nbr. 1, September 1995
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- Ignorance, discretion and the fairness of notice: confronting 'apparent innocence' in the criminal law.
- Federal Rule of Evidence 413: a dangerous new frontier.
- Sparf and Dougherty revisited: why the court should instruct the jury of its nullification right.
- Truly constitutional? The American double jeopardy clause and its Australian analogues.
- Unconstitutional conditions: is the Fourth Amendment for sale in public housing?
- Federalizing the no-contact rule: the authority of the Attorney General.