NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 26

WINTER 2000

NUMBER 1

NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD RECIPIENT

The Deterrent Value of Imposing Prison Sentences for Tax Crimes
Liezl Walker

COMMENTS

Virtual Freedom – Physical Confinement: An Analysis of Prisoner Use of the Internet
James L. Esposito

“Cash-ing Out”: Regulating Omissions, Analysis of the Sherrice Iverson Act
Andrew D. Kaplan

Expanding the Rights of Children in Public Schools
Katherine Lush

The Failure of Civil Confinement: How Russell E. Weston Jr. Slipped Through the Cracks and the Potential for Many More to Follow
Elena H. Margolis

BOOK REVIEW

Black’s Law: A Criminal Lawyer Reveals His Defense Strategies in Four Cliffhanger Cases
Robert A. Welsh, III

 

VOLUME 26

SUMMER 2000

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

“The Interests of Public Justice” and the Judicial Decision to Terminate Criminal Prosecutions: Silencing the Voice of the People
John P. Zanini & Jeremy Bucci

The Economic Espionage Act of 1996
Dennis J. Kelly & Paul R. Mastrocola

COMMENT

Juvenile Justice? Federal Involuntary Commitment and the Underlying Policy: A Case Comment on United States v. S.A.
Monica Trucco

NOTES

Blue Hairs in the Bighouse: The Rise in the Elderly Inmate Population, Its Effect on the Overcrowding Dilemma and Solutions to Correct It
Nadine Curran

For Better or Worse: Alternatives to Jail Time for Environmental Crimes
Cindy Johnson

EDITOR’S COMMENTARY

United States v. Dickerson: Miranda Revisited
Thomas G. Shack, III