NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 27

WINTER 2001

NUMBER 1

ARTICLE

He Lies, You Die: Criminal Trials, Truth, Perjury, and Fairness
Brian Murray & Joseph C. Rosa

NOTES

Fulfilling the Promise of the Right to Counsel: How to Ensure that Counsel is Available to Indigent Defendants 1) Upon Questioning Following Arrest and 2) Following Probable Cause Determination and Awaiting Indictment
Marea L. Beeman

Net Zero: The Evisceration of the Sentencing Guidelines Under the No Electronic Theft Act
Karen J. Bernstein

Separating Sports and Real Life: How Professional Sports Leagues’ Collective Bargaining Agreements Keep Athletes Out of the Criminal Justice System
Matthew McKelvey

A Conflict in the Knowledge Requirement for Possession Between the Tenth Circuit and Fifth Circuit: Should It Be Permissible to Infer that a Driver of a Vehicle Has Knowledge of the Contraband Within It or Does Knowledge Require Additional Circumstantial Evidence?
Debra M. Payton

COMMENTARY

Miranda Revisited: The Supreme Court Rules
Thomas G. Shack, III

 

VOLUME 27

SUMMER 2001

NUMBER 2

FORUM

Center for the Study of Disability Ethics Community Board Forum
Execution of the Mentally Disabled: A Discussion of Medical and Legal Perspectives
Leigh B. Bienen

COMMENT

Tell It to the Judge: Brady, Baker, and the First Circuit Decision Allowing Police to Detain Suspects They Know to be Innocent
Eve Gates

NOTES

Silencing Miranda: Exploring Potential Reform to the Law of Confessions in the Wake of Dickerson v. United States
Timothy Brennan

The Excessive Use of the Abuse of Position of Trust Enhancement in Federal Fraud Cases
Amy LeBeau

Retrospective Application of State Firearm Prohibitions Triggering Enhanced Sentencing Under Federal Law: A Violation of the Ex Post Facto Clause? The Circuits Split
Melanie Popper

Criminal Enforcement of Environmental Laws: Relevancy of the Public Welfare Doctrine in Determining Culpability
Margaret Shaw