Nbr. 12, January 2007
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- Editor's note.
- After Crawford: using the confrontation clause in Massachusetts courts.
- Why the plain view doctrine should not apply to digital evidence.
- Developing wind power projects in Massachusetts: anticipating and avoiding litigation in the quest to harness the wind.
- Executing the insane: a look at death penalty schemes in Arkansas, Georgia and Texas.
- James Otis, Paul Revere, a routine traffic stop and the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court: when it comes to drug-detection, it's not who let the dogs out, it's who wouldn't?
- Seeing the light: ignoring collateral economic benefits to the public when enforcing servitudes.
- State of confusion: the HIPAA privacy rule and state physician-patient privilege laws in federal question cases.
- Hearing thy neighbor: the doctrine of attenuation and illegal eavesdropping by private citizens.
- Constitutional law--the "knock and announce" rule becomes obsolete--Hudson v. Michigan, 126 S. Ct. 2159 (2006).