NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 22

WINTER 1996

NUMBER 1

ARTICLE

Considering Behavioral and Biomedical Research on Detainees in the Mental Health Unit of an Urban Mega-Jail
Samuel Jan Brakel

COMMENTS

Davis v. United States: Leaving Less Articulate Suspects to Fend for Themselves in the Face of Custodial Interrogation
Jonathan B. Bruno

Jeldness v. Pearce: Will the Requirements of Title IX “Handcuff” Prison Administrators?
David G. O’Brien

Heck v. Humphrey: What Should State Prisoners Use When Seeking Damages From State Officials . . . Section 1983 or Federal Habeas Corpus?
Eric J. Savoy

NOTES

From Mariel into the Twenty-First Century: The Indefinite Detention of Cuban Excludable Aliens in the United States
Michelle A. Satin

“Three-Strikes and You’re Out:” A Good Political Slogan to Reduce Crime, but a Failure in its Application
Ilene M. Shinbein

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VOLUME 22

SPRING 1996

NUMBER 2

ARTICLE

Bail and Detention: An Assessment and Critique of the Federal and Massachusetts Systems
Esmond Harmsworth

COMMENTS

United Mine Workers v. Bagwell: Further Clarification of Civil and Criminal Contempt?
Gino F. Ercolino

Reversing Twenty Years of Supreme Court Postconviction Jurisprudence: Enlarging the Indigent Capital Defendant’s Right to Postconviction Counsel in McFarland v. Scott
Steven M. Latino

Nichols v. United States: Prison Terms for Prior Offenses Without the “Guided Hand” of Counsel
Erin E. O’Connell

NOTES

Too Young to Die – Juveniles and the Death Penalty – A Better Alternative to Killing our Children: Youth Empowerment
Sherri Jackson

International Human Rights Law: United States’ Inmates and Domestic Prisons
Steven M. Karlson

Detaining for Danger Under the Federal and Massachusetts Bail Statutes: Controversial but Constitutional
Karen A. Rooney

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