Vol. 86 Nbr. 4, June 1996
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- Foreword: statutory interpretation and the federalization of criminal law.
- Expanding exclusionary rule exceptions and contracting Fourth Amendment protection.
- Fourth Amendment - must police knock and announce themselves before kicking in the door of a house?
- Random, suspicionless drug testing of high school athletes.
- Innocence as mere gatekeeper.
- Level of scienter required for child pornography distributors: the Supreme Court's interpretation of "knowingly" in 18 U.S.C. 2252.
- The Supreme Court's bipolar approach to the interpretation of 18 U.S.C. 1503 and 18 U.S.C. 2232 (c).
- Eighth Amendment - the constitutionality of the Alabama capital sentencing scheme.
- Waiver of the plea-statement rules.
- Death or declaration?
- Reversing the tide under the Commerce Clause.
- Double jeopardy and the United States sentencing guidelines.
- The Martinsville Seven: Race, Rape, and Capital Punishment.
- Sentencing Matters.