NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 17

WINTER 1991

NUMBER 1

LEAD ARTICLES

Forced Drug or Alcohol Treatment for Pregnant and Postpartum Women: Part of the Solution or Part of the Problem?
Kary L. Moss

Evaluating Massachusetts’ Criminal Justice System: Final Report
Task Force on Justice

BOOK EXCERPT

Confidentiality and the Juvenile Offender
Paul R. Kfoury

NOTES

Criminalizing Substance Abuse During Pregnancy
Susan E. Rippey

Environmental Criminal Law: The Use of Confinement for Criminal Violators of the Federal Clean Water Act
Susan A. Bernstein

Changing of the Guard: The Future of Confinement Alternatives in Massachusetts
Alexander M. Esteves

Due Process in Probation Revocation v. Self-Incrimination: A Comparative Perspective for the Massachusetts Probationer
Mary T. Casey

CASE COMMENTS

Murray v. Giarratano: Execution of the Unrepresented
Denise G. Brodsky

Kentucky Department of Corrections v. Thompson: The Demise of Protected Liberty Interests Under the Due Process Clause
Joseph P. Messina

BOOKS RECEIVED

 

VOLUME 17

SUMMER 1991

NUMBER 2

LEAD ARTICLES

On Private Prisons: An Economic Analysis of the Model Contract and Model Statute for Private Incarceration
Kenneth L. Avio

Impartiality and Prison Disciplinary Tribunals
James E. Robertson

NOTES

The Demise of Ozzie and Harriet: Effective Punishment of Domestic Abusers
Stephen B. Reed

Why Do We Still Lock Up Drunks? Examining the Protective Custody Provision of the Alcoholism Treatment and Rehabilitation Law of Massachusetts
Christine C. Wellington

CASE COMMENTS

Grady v. Corbin: Solidifying the Analysis of Double Jeopardy
Paul R. Robinson

Baltimore City Department of Social Services v. Bouknight: Limiting a Mother’s Right to Invoke the Fifth Amendment
Lisa J. Jacobs

“Goodbye Guadalupe”: United States v. Montalvo-Murillo and the Struggle to Construct a Remedy for an Untimely Pretrial Detention Hearing Under the Bail Reform Act of 1984
Timothy E. Eidle