Vol. 96 Nbr. 3, March 2006
- Foreword: "separate but equal" in prison: Johnson v. California and common sense racism.
- Deportation and driving: felony DUI and reckless driving as crimes of violence following Leocal v. Ashcroft.
- Questionable uses of canons of statutory interpretation: why the Supreme Court erred when it decided "any" only means "some".
- Whiskey and the wires: the inadvisable application of the wire fraud statute to alcohol smuggling and foreign tax evasion.
- Roper v. Simmons: the collision of national consensus and proportionality review.
- Johnson v. California: the Supreme Court invades the States' authority to establish criminal procedures.
- Wilkinson v. Austin and the quest for a clearly defined liberty interest standard.
- Anglo-American privacy and surveillance.
- Not your father's police department: making sense of the new demographics of law enforcement.