NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 20

WINTER 1993

NUMBER 1

LEAD ARTICLES

A Comparison of Pre-Reform and Post-Reform Civil Commitment Decisionmaking in Dane County, Wisconsin
Michael J. Leiber & Sean Anderson

Social and Schematic Injustice: The Treatment of Offender Personal Characteristics Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
Christina Chiafolo Montgomery

COMMENTARY

Violence Prediction: Revisited
The Honorable Robert J. Kane & George Sigel

COMMENTS

Morgan v. Illinois: Leveling the Playing Field Between the State and the Capital Defendant
John C. McDonald

Transborder Abductions: The Supreme Court Extends the Reach of “The Long Arm of the Law” in United States v. Alvarez-Machain
R.T. Francis

NOTES

Pregnant Inmates’ Right to Health Care
Mary Catherine McGurrin

The Fourth Power? Administrative Searches vs. The Fourth Amendment
Susan M. McDonough

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VOLUME 20

SUMMER 1994

NUMBER 2

LEAD ARTICLES

Therapeutic Jurisprudence: From Idea to Application
David Finkelman & Thomas Grisso

An Orientation to Therapeutic Jurisprudence
David B. Wexler

Mediating the Gap: Thinking About Alternatives to the Current Practice of Civil Commitment
Joel Haycock, David Finkelman & Helene Presskreischer

The Court Clinic System in Massachusetts: A Therapeutic Approach vs. a Rights-Oriented Approach
Ira K. Packer

Speaking Truth to Power: Rights, Therapeutic Jurisprudence, and Massachusetts Mental Health Law
Joel Haycock

Competence to Stand Trial in Juvenile Court in Massachusetts: Issues of Therapeutic Jurisprudence
Richard Barnum & Thomas Grisso

Therapeutic Issues Associated with Confidentiality and Informed Consent in Forensic Evaluations
Kathy Faulkner Yates

Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Understanding the Sanist and Pretextual Bases of Mental Disability Law
Michael L. Perlin

COMMENTS

Riggins v. Nevada: Are “Synthetically Sane” Criminal Defendants Competent to Stand Trial?
M. Catherine Healy

Rufo v. Inmates of Suffolk County Jail: Perseverance Pays Off in Battle to Modify Consent Decree
John P. Pappas

Helling v. McKinney: Warning . . . Second-Hand Smoke May Be Cruel and Unsual Punishment
Christine M. Kiggen

NOTES

Peremptory Challenges After Batson v. Kentucky: Equal Protection Under the Law or an Unequal Application of the Law
Lawrence Elmen, Jr.

Non-Continuous Custody and the Miranda-Edwards Rule: Break in Custody Severs Safeguards
Elizabeth E. Levy

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