Vol. 47 Nbr. 3, June 2010
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- Conflicts of interest in criminal cases: should the prosecution have a duty to disclose?
- Lego v. Twomey: the improbable relationship between an obscure Supreme Court decision and wrongful convictions.
- The blameless corporation.
- The plight of the unsuspected drug user: a police officer's take on Arizona v. Gant.
- When the constable behaves and the courts blunder: expanding the good-faith exception in the wake of Arizona v. Gant.
- The states are right: arguing for the continued use of state legislatures in forming a national consensus for the evolving standards of decency.
- The Dunkin' Donuts gap: rethinking the exclusionary rule as a remedy in constitutional criminal procedure.