Vol. 44 Nbr. 3, June 2007
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- Every juror wants a story: narrative relevance, third party guilt and the right to present a defense.
- Congressional investigations: politics and process.
- Foreword: the American Criminal Law Review's Directed notes program.
- What's wrong with a little more double jeopardy? A 21st century recalibration of an ancient individual right.
- Learning from Katrina: emphasizing the right to a speedy trial to protect constitutional guarantees in disasters.
- Technical knockout: Hudson v. Michigan and the unfortunate demise of the knock-and-announce rule.