Vol. 82 Nbr. 2, March - March 2017
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- Police-worn body cameras: An antidote to the "Ferguson effect"?
- Check the invitation: The trouble with appeals invited by Supreme Court Justices.
- An empirical reexamination of state statutory compensation for the wrongly convicted.
- Resuscitating the non-delegation doctrine: A compromise and an experiment.
- It's probable: Missouri Constitution article I, Section 15 requires a higher standard to obtain a warrant for real-time or prospective CSLI.
- Never settle for second best? Cy pres distributions in securities class action settlements.
- Sound and fury: Substantial evidence in State v. Bruner.
- Actual cash value and depreciation of labor on homeowner's policies.
- Imputed liability: How to determine when parent companies should be held liable for the patent infringements of their subsidiary companies.
- Missed the Mark: The Supreme Court of Missouri's faulty application of strict scrutiny to the right to bear arms.