Vol. 80 Nbr. 4, September 2015
- Ferguson: footnote or transformative Event?
- Defining peaceably: policing the line between constitutionally protected protest and unlawful assembly.
- The death penalty on the streets: what the Eighth Amendment can teach about regulating police use of force.
- Reflections on Ferguson: what's wrong with black people?
- Prohibition's lingering shadow: under-regulation of official uses of force.
- Setting the stage for Ferguson: housing discrimination and segregation in St. Louis.
- Ferguson and police use of deadly force.
- No, you "stand up": why prosecutors should stop hiding behind grand juries.
- Vox populi: Robert McCulloch, Ferguson & the roles of prosecutors and grand juries in high-profile cases.
- One more call to respect the time of grand jurors.
- Building trust and breaking down the wall: the use of restorative justice to repair police-community relationships.
- Timing is everything: Shea Homes, Inc. v. Commissioner.
- The Missouri felony murder rule's merger limitation: a doctrine in limbo.
- Lactation intolerance: trivializing the struggles of working mothers & the need for a more diverse judiciary.
- The wild mid-west: Missouri ethics and campaign finance under a narrowed corruption regime.
- The plight of the tattletale: how the Eighth Circuit's relaxing of rule 9(b) means more unpredictability for FCA whistleblower claims.
- Does the punishment fit the crime? A comparative note on sentencing laws for murder in England and Wales vs. the United States of America.