Vol. 50 No. 2, March 2013
- Parole: corpse or phoenix?
- Katz on a hot tin roof - saving the Fourth Amendment from commercial conditioning by reviving voluntariness in disclosures to third parties.
- It doesn't pass the Sell test: focusing on 'the facts of the individual case' in involuntary medication inquiries.
- How criminal law shapes institutional structures: a case study of American prostitution.
- The troubling role of federal registration in proving intellectual property crimes.
- Mapping a way out: protecting cellphone location information without starting over on the Fourth Amendment.
- Unstacking the deck: the legalization of online poker.
- Prescribing medicine for online pharmacies: an assessment of the law and a proposal to combat illegal drug outlets.
- Material to whom? Implementing Brady's duty to disclose at trial and during plea bargaining.
- Common scents: the intersection of the 'plain smell' and 'common enterprise' doctrines.