Vol. 41 Nbr. 3, June 2008
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- Bearing false witness: perjured affidavits and the Fourth Amendment.
- Republicanism on the outside: a new reading of the Reconstruction Congress.
- The First Amendment and the mind/body problem.
- It doesn't matter what they intended: the need for objective permissibility review of police-created exigencies in "knock and talk" investigations.
- Expanding law enforcement discretion: how the Supreme Court's post-September 11th decisions reflect necessary prudence.
- Applying the presumption of mens rea to a sentencing factor: does 18 U.S.C.
- A second line of defense for public officials asserting qualified immunity: what "extraordinary circumstances" prevent officials from knowing the law governing their conduct?
- Charting a course: how courts should interpret course of dealing in a battle-of-forms dispute.
- Constitutional law and criminal procedure.
- Tax law - railroads may not challenge a state's valuation methodologies for ad valorum tax purposes under the 4-R Act - CSX Transportation, Inc. v. State Board of Equalization.