Vol. 25 Nbr. 3, June - June 2013
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- The St. Thomas Law Review: its ratio essendi.
- A sense of pride.
- Past and future: the same.
- Twenty-five years young and yet so established.
- Volume 10 of the St. Thomas Law Review issues 1, 2, and 3 (Fall 1997-Spring 1998): building something that endures.
- Growing forward.
- Rethinking success: Justice Fred Lewis' remarks at the 25th anniversary celebration of the St. Thomas Law Review.
- Regression to the mean: how Miranda has become a tragicomical farce.
- Examining committee reports as a basis to dismiss petitions to determine incapacity: a question of admissibility and evidentiary relevancy.
- Social media in the sunshine: discovery and ethics of social media - Florida's right to privacy should change the analysis.
- How consolidating the circuits would have defined the borders of honest services fraud.
- Sixth Amendment right to counsel: broaden the scope, decriminalize, and ensure indigents a fair chance in court and in life.
- Pre-Apprendi sentencing: issues surrounding the retroactivity of an unconstitutional sentence.