Vol. 101 Nbr. 1, January 2011
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- The proper remedy for a lack of Batson findings: the fall-out from Snyder v. Louisiana.
- Class matters.
- Children of incarcerated parents: the child's constitutional right to the family relationship.
- Bark with no bite: how the inevitable discovery rule is undermining the Supreme Court's decision in Arizona v. Gant.
- The search for rapists' "real" motives.
- A law of passion, not of principle, nor even purpose: a call to repeal or revise the Adam Walsh Act Amendments to the Bail Reform Act of 1984.
- Everybody's got a price: why Orange County's practice of taking DNA samples from misdemeanor arrestees is an excessive fine.