Vol. 101 Nbr. 4, September 2011
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- 'No' still means 'yes': the failure of the 'non-consent' reform movement in American rape and sexual assault law.
- Redistributive policing.
- Racial discrimination in the administration of the death penalty: the experience of the United States Armed Forces (1984-2005).
- Sex trafficking and the sex industry: the need for evidence-based theory and legislation.
- Representing noncitizens in criminal proceedings: resolving unanswered questions in Padilla v. Kentucky.
- Ten angry men: unanimous jury verdicts in criminal trials and incorporation after McDonald.