Vol. 95 Nbr. 3, March 2005
- Foreword: beyond Blakely and Booker: pondering modern sentencing process.
- Hamdi v. Rumsfeld: judicious balancing at the intersection of the executive's power to detain and the citizen-detainee's right to due process.
- A walk in the constitutional orchard: distinguishing fruits of Fifth Amendment right to counsel from Sixth Amendment right to counsel in Fellers v. United States.
- Everything old is new again: Justice Scalia's activist originalism in Schriro v. Summerlin.
- All or nothing: the Supreme Court answers the question "what's in a name?".
- Illinois v. Lidster: continuing to carve out constitutional vehicle checkpoints.
- Yarborough v. Alvarado: at the crossroads of the "unreasonable application" provision of the Antiterrorism and effective Death Penalty Act of 1996 and the consideration of juvenile status in custodial determinations.
- Dretke v. Haley and the still unknown limits of the actual innocence exception.
- Missouri v. Seibert: two-stepping towards the apocalypse.
- More than zero: accounting for error in latent fingerprint identification.
- The cruikshank redemption: the enduring rationale for excluding the Second Amendment from the courts's modern incorporation doctrine.
- Electronic recording of custodial interrogations: everybody wins.
- A tribute to Bard R. Ferrall.
- Criminal law and criminology: a survey of recent books.