Vol. 34 Nbr. 3, March 1997
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- Prosecutorial discretion and selective prosecution: enforcing protection after United States v. Armstrong.
- Westec story: gated communities and the Fourth Amendment.
- Auctioning justice: legal and market mechanisms for allocating criminal appellate counsel.
- 'Could have,' 'would have': what the Supreme Court should have decided in Whren v. United States.
- A 'second look' at crack cocaine sentencing policies: one more try for federal equal protection.
- Justice Scalia and the Confrontation Clause: a case study in originalist adjudication of individual rights.
- Cleaning up the chicken coop of sentencing uniformity: guiding the discretion of federal prosecutors through the use of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct.