Vol. 101 Nbr. 3, June 2011
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- Deviance, risk, and law: reflections on the demand for the preventive detention of suspected terrorists.
- Deadly dilemmas III: some kind words for preventive detention.
- Criminalizing statements of terrorist intent: how to understand the law governing terrorist threats, and why it should be used instead of long-term preventive detention.
- The status quo bias and counterterrorism detention.
- Mental disorder and criminal law.
- Sex offender exceptionalism and preventive detention.
- Policing the ratings agencies: the case for stronger criminal disincentives in the credit rating market.
- 'Confronting' foreign intelligence: Crawford roadblocks to domestic terrorism trials.