Vol. 33 Nbr. 5, November 2006
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- "Reasonably predictable": the reluctance to embrace judicial discretion for substantial assistance departures.
- Medicinal marijuana and palliative care: carving a liberty interest out of the Glucksberg framework.
- Subtle but pervasive: discrimination against mothers and pregnant women in the workplace.
- The death penalty and the debate over the U.S. Supreme Court's citation of foreign and international law.
- "Special" delivery: where do national security letters fit into the Fourth Amendment?