Vol. 94 Nbr. 8, August - August 1996
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- Tribute to Jerry Israel.
- Counter-revolution in constitutional criminal procedure? Two audiences, two answers.
- Computers, urinals, and the Fourth Amendment: confessions of a patron saint.
- The limits of legal language; decisionmaking in capital cases.
- A peculiar privilege in historical perspective: the right to remain silent.
- Juror delinquency in criminal trials in America, 1796-1996.