Vol. 99 Nbr. 1, January 2009
- Mens rea for sexual abuse: the case for defining the acceptable risk.
- Free to leave? An empirical look at the Fourth Amendment's seizure standard.
- When human experimentation is criminal.
- Juveniles' competency to stand trial: wading through the rhetoric and the evidence.
- The consequences of law enforcement officials' failure to record custodial interviews as required by law.
- Killing in Self-Defence.
- Let the punishment fit the crime: should courts exercise the power of appellate sentence review in cases involving narcotics and other stigmatized crimes?
- Rethinking the increased focus on penal measures in immigration law as reflected in the expansion of the "aggravated felony" concept.