NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 16

WINTER 1990

NUMBER 1

LEAD ARTICLES

A Fair Death: Arbitrariness, the Supreme Court, and Capital Punishment, 1972-1989
James H. Fogel

The United States Federal Penitentiary at Marion, Illinois: Alcatraz Revisited
J. Michael Olivero & James B. Roberts

NOTES

House Arrest: A Viable Alternative to the Current Prison System
Elizabeth D. Chicknavorian

Prison Overcrowding in the United States: Judicial and Legislative Remedies
David A. Semanchik

Indeterminate Sentencing: Cruel and Unusual Punishment, or Just Plain Cruel?
Gary L. Mason

Is There a Constitutional Right to a Speedy Probable Cause Hearing?
Keith W. Miller

CASE COMMENT

“Power Exercised in the Shadows”: O’Lone v. Shabazz as a Signal of the Court’s Return to Interpretivism in Institutional Reform Litigation
Lisa Martin Rigoli

 

VOLUME 16

SUMMER 1990

NUMBER 2

LEAD ARTICLES

Procedures and Incarceration for Civil Contempt: A Clash of Wills Between Judge and Contemnor
Edward Gregory Mascolo

Expanding Miranda: The Duty of Police to Advise Motorists Arrested for Driving Under the Influence of Their Right to an Independent Blood Alcohol Test
Louis M. Holscher

Prisoners’ Unions: A Potential Contribution to the Rehabilitation of the Incarcerated
Luis Jorge DeGraffe

NOTES

The Rights of Crime Victims in the Criminal Justice System: Is Justice Blind to the Victims of Crime?
Karyn Ellen Polito

The Impact of Thornburgh v. Abbott on Prisoners’ Access to the Media, and on the Media’s Access to Prisoners
Seth L. Cooper

CASE COMMENTS

Caplin & Drysdale v. United States: Court-Approved Abridgement of the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel
Mark Tarallo

Penry v. Lynaugh: “Idiocy” and the Framers’ Intent Doctrine
Eric L. Shwartz

Soering v. United Kingdom: Whether the Continued Use of the Death Penalty in the United States Contradicts International Thinking?
Regina C. Donnelly

BOOK REVIEW

Working with Sex Offenders, Guidelines for Therapist Selection
Joseph Doherty