Vol. 88 Nbr. 3, March 1998
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- The limits of the preventive state.
- A look at the use of acquitted conduct in sentencing.
- The court upholds a state law prohibiting physician-assisted suicide.
- Federal false statement prosecutions: the absurd becomes material.
- Legislating through the use of commentary: the Sentencing Commission's interpretation of section 994(h) of the Sentencing Reform Act.
- The Fourth Amendment and traffic stops: bright-line rules in conjunction with the totality of the circumstances test.
- Excluding automobile passengers from Fourth Amendment protection.
- "Mental illness": a sexually violent predator is punished twice for one crime.
- Cyberporn and censorship: constitutional barriers to preventing access to Internet pornography by minors.
- The misappropriation theory: a valid application of section 10(B) to protect property rights in information.
- Lawyers, guns, and money: what price justice?
- Physician-assisted suicide: the problems presented by the compelling, heartwrenching case.
- Religious perspectives on assisted suicide.
- Physician-assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia: some relevant differences.
- Comments on Kamisar.