Vol. 48 Nbr. 3, June 2011
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- Beyond rehabilitation: a new theory of indeterminate sentencing.
- Deal or no deal: why courts should allow defendants to present evidence that they rejected favorable plea bargains.
- Wavering on waiver: Montejo v. Louisiana and the Sixth Amendment right to counsel.
- Executing those who do not kill: a categorical approach to proportional sentencing.
- Judicial discretion to consider sentencing disparities created by fast-track programs: resolving the post-Kimbrough circuit split.
- Blowing the whistle on the Dodd-Frank amendments: the case against the new amendments to whistleblower protection in section 806 of Sarbanes-Oxley.
- Seized by the moment - but which moment? How a physical force seizure requires only contact with intent to restrain, not intentional termination of movement.
- Can a right be less than the sum of its parts? How the conflation of compulsory process and due process guarantees diminishes criminal defendants' rights.