Vol. 85 Nbr. 4, March 1995
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- Foreword: bright lines and hard edges: anatomy of a criminal evidence decision.
- Fourth Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment - malicious prosecution and s. 1983: is there a constitutional violation remediable under Section 1983?
- Fifth Amendment - the covert narrowing of double jeopardy precedent: the Supreme Court's real reason for hearing Schiro v. Farley.
- Fifth Amendment - double jeopardy and the dangerous drug tax.
- Fifth Amendment - responding to ambiguous requests for counsel during custodial interrogations.
- Fifth Amendment - upholding the constitutional merit of misleading reasonable doubt jury instructions.
- Fourteenth Amendment - equal protection: the Supreme Court's prohibition of gender-based peremptory challenges.
- Should courts instruct juries as to the consequences to a defendant of a "not guilty by reason of insanity" verdict?
- The Williamson standard for the exception to the rule against hearsay for statements against penal interest.
- A look at the extrajudicial source doctrine under 28 U.S.C. s. 455.
- 26 U.S.C. s. 5861(d) requires mens rea as to the physical characteristics of the weapon.
- The Supreme Court's interpretation of the word "willful": ignorance of the law as an excuse to prosecutions of structuring currency transactions.
- RICO - the rejection of an economic motive requirement.
- Has the Supreme Court really turned RICO upside down?: an examination of NOW v. Scheidler.