NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 23

WINTER 1997

NUMBER 1

ARTICLES

Selected Constitutional Questions Regarding Federal Offender Supervision
Stephen S. Cook

Disproportionate Minority Arrest: A Note on What Has Been Said and How it Fits Together
Arthur H. Garrison

NOTES

Drug Diversion Courts: Are They Needed and Will They Succeed in Breaking the Cycle of Drug-Related Crime?
James R. Brown

Better Never Than Late: Prolonged Stays on Death Row Violate the Eighth Amendment
Michael P. Connolly

Nontherapeutic Human Research Experiments on Institutionalized Mentally Retarded Children: Civil Rights and Remedies
Michael J. Loscialpo

Is There a Current Incarceration Crisis in the Black Community? An Analysis of the Link Between Confinement, Capital, and Racism in the United States
Noel C. Richardson

Double Jeopardy vs. DUI: Is a License Revocation for Driving Under the Influence Punishment or a Remedial Sanction?
Melissa M. Tartaro

 

VOLUME 23

SUMMER 1997

NUMBER 2

SYMPOSIUM: THE TREATMENT OF SEX OFFENDERS

Child Molesters in the Criminal Justice System: A Comprehensive Case-Flow Analysis of the Rhode Island Docket (1985-1993)
Ross E. Cheit & Erica B. Goldschmidt

Reducing Sexual Abuse in America: Legislating Tougher Laws or Public Education and Prevention
Robert E. Freeman-Longo

Just Deserts in an Unjust Society: Limitations on Law as a Method of Social Control
Hon. Mel L. Greenberg

The Use of Social Science and Medicine in Sex Offender Commitment
Eric S. Janus

The Myth of Sex Offender Specialization: An Empirical Analysis
Leonore M.J. Simon

Approaches to Sexual Predators: Community Notification and Civil Commitment
Robert Teir and Kevin Coy

Considering Hendricks v. Kansas for Massachusetts: Can the Commonwealth Constitutionally Detain Dangerous Persons Who Are Not Mentally Ill?
John P. Zanini

COMMENTS

Schlup v. Delo: The Burden of Showing Actual Innocence in Habeas Corpus Review and Congress’ Efforts at Reform
Daniel M. Bradley, Jr.

Lobue v. Christopher: The Unconstitutionality of the U.S. Extradition Statute
Catherine N. O’Donnell

Judicial Vindictiveness in the Resentencing of Criminal Defendants: Massachusetts Expands the Pearce Principle as a Matter of Common Law
Robert M. Strasnick

NOTES

The Sixth Amendment Paradox: Recent Developments on the Right to Waive Counsel Under Faretta
Frederic Paul Gallun

Banishing Massachusetts Inmates to Texas: Prisoner Liberty Interests and Interstate Transfers After Sandin v. Conner
Joseph T. Keyes

The United States’ Detention of Refugees: Evidence of the Senate’s Flawed Ratification of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Louis N. Schulze, Jr.