NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 15

WINTER 1989

NUMBER 1

LEAD ARTICLES

Current Habeas Corpus Issues
Karen Maniscalco

The “Reality” of Prisoner Litigation: Repackaging the Data
Jim Thomas

NOTES

Experimentation on Prisoners: The Inadequacy of Voluntary Consent
Colleen M. McCarthy

Less Equal Than Others: Persons with Mental Retardation, Equal Protection, and Deinstitutionalization
Leslie H. Powers

Trial and Incarceration of Juveniles as Adults – Recent Developments in Massachusetts
Isaiah Shalom

Rethinking Conjugal Visitation in Light of the “AIDS” Crisis
Thomas M. Bates

CASE COMMENT

United States v. Salerno: A Reduction of Individual Rights
Virginia M. Morris

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VOLUME 15

SUMMER 1989

NUMBER 2

WOMEN’S SYMPOSIUM – LEAD ARTICLES

A Kinder, Gentler System: An Examination of How Crime Victims Have Benefitted from the Women’s Movement
Robert V. Ward

“I Fought the Law and the Law Won”: A Report on Women and Disparate Sentencing in South Dakota
Chris Hutton, Frank Pommersheim & Steve Feimer

WOMEN’S SYMPOSIUM – NOTES

Court-Ordered Confinement of Pregnant Women
Denise Kenneally Cahalane

Second Class Prisoners: New Hampshire’s Placement Policy for Female Offenders
Kathy E. Hinck

LEAD ARTICLES

Survey of Case Law Establishing Constitutional Minima for the Provision of Mental Health Services to Psychiatrically Involved Inmates
Connie Mayer

NOTES

America’s Homeless Mentally Ill: Falling Through a Dangerous Crack
Lisa C. Newell

Solitary Confinement: Legal and Psychological Considerations
Maria A. Luise

BOOK REVIEW

Challenging Capital Punishment: Legal and Social Science Approaches
James R. Acker

BOOKS RECEIVED