NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 28

WINTER 2002

NUMBER 1

ARTICLE

Heck v. Humphrey After Spencer v. Kemna
Bruce Ellis Fein

NOTES

Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Cultural Resource Laws in Criminal Prosecution for Theft of Archeological and Cultural Resources from Federal Lands
Glenna J. Sheveland

The Case for “Safe Haven” Laws: Choosing the Lesser of Two Evils in a Disposable Society
Ana L. Partida

The Corneau Case, Furthering Trends of Fetal Rights and Religious Freedom
Robin Power Morris

COMMENTS

United States v. Woodrum, Beware Taxicab Passengers, Your Individual Rights are Being Diminished
Margaret R. Sweeney

Florida v. J.L.: To Frisk or Not to Frisk; The Supreme Court Sheds Light on the Use of Anonymous Tipsters as a Predicate for Reasonable Suspicion
Edward W. Krippendorf

 

VOLUME 28

SUMMER 2002

NUMBER 2

ARTICLE

Gallery of the Doomed: An Exploration of Creative Endeavors by the Condemned
Roberta M. Harding

NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD RECIPIENT

Examining the Legal Challenges to the Restriction of Computer Access as a Term of Probation or Supervised Release
Doug Hyne

NOTES

Megan’s Law: How Should the State of Massachusetts Apply Its Sex Offender Registry Laws in Light of Other Jurisdictions
Brian M. Epstein

Civil Versus Criminal RICO and the “Eradication” of La Cosa Nostra
Brian Goodwin

Massachusetts Addresses Racial Profiling Head On: The Efficiency of Chapter 228 of the Acts and Resolves of 2000
Suzanne Leone

Regulation of Rites: The Effect and Enforcement of Current Anti-Hazing Statutes
Amie Pelletier