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New Hampshire Bar Journal

2011.

2011 Spring, Pg. i.

Spring 2011 - Table of Contents

New Hampshire Bar Journal Volume 51, No. 1 Spring 2011 Table of Contents

2011 Spring, Pg. 4

Introduction

By Matthew R. Serge

2011 Spring, Pg. 5

"SHALL SURELY BE PUT TO DEATH." Capital Punishment in New Hampshire, 1623-1985

By Quentin J. Blaine

2011 Spring, Pg. 20

Death Penalty Considered, part 1

2011 Spring, Pg. 21

Legislative Study commission examines death penalty in new hamphshire

By Danielle Richey Santuccio

2011 Spring, Pg. 28

The Risk of Injustice is Real

By Philip T. McLaughlin

2011 Spring, Pg. 30

CONSIDER OTHER STATES' EXPERIENCE WITH DEATH PENALTY

By Andru H. Volinsky

2011 Spring, Pg. 32

Thursday Afternoon, December 18, 2008

By Lawrence A. Vogelman

2011 Spring, Pg. 33

Death Penalty - The Practical Realities

By Andrew R. Schulman

2011 Spring, Pg. 34

New Hampshire's view of The Good Faith Exception: Anachronistic or Visionary?

By Joanne P. Tetreault Eldridge

2011 Spring, Pg. 42

Is Cyber-Bullying The Next "Columbine": Can New Hamphe Spools Prevent Cybsr-Buliying and Avoid IMbilSty?

By: James A. O'Shaughnessy

2011 Spring, Pg. 54

MUCHMORE AND JAYCOX: A Call for Developmentally-Responsive Parsniting Plans

By Benjamin D. Garber, Ph.D. and Laura M. Landerman-Garber, Ph.D.

2011 Spring, Pg. 58

Involuntary Treatment For Involuntary Patients- Evolution Of The HE-M 306 Rule In NEW HAMPSHIRE

By Alexander de Nesnera, M.D., DFAPA, and David G. Folks,...

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