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Publication year1995

UNIVERSITY OF PUGET SOUND LAW REVIEWVolume 19, No. 2WINTER 1996

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WINTER 1996-#7Preface: Double Jeopardy in Washington and BeyondJustice Philip A. Talmadge

WINTER 1996-#8Double Jeopardy-Civil Forfeitures and Criminal Punishment: Who Determines What Punishments Fit the CrimeBarbara A. Mack

WINTER 1996-#9The Double Jeopardy Implications of In Rem Forfeiture of Crime-Related Property: The Gradual Realization of a Constitutional ViolationAndrew L. Subin

WINTER 1996-#10Jane Doe, On Behalf of Herself and All Others Similarly Situated: Radovan Karadzic in United States District CourtSusan L. Ronn

WINTER 1996-#11Equity for Whom? Defining the Reach of Non-Literal Patent InfringementPeter K. Schalestock

WINTER 1996-#12You Wanna Do What? Attorneys Organizing as Limited Liability Partnerships and Companies: An Economic AnalysisMark Rosencrantz

WINTER 1996-#13State v. Riker, Battered Women Under Duress: The Concept the Washington Supreme Court Could Not GraspAnn-Marie Montgomery

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