NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 14

WINTER 1988

NUMBER 1

LEAD ARTICLES

“Privatization” in Corrections: Radical Prison Chic or Mainstream Americana?
Samuel Jan Brakel

Interaction Between Civil Commitment and Protective Services: A Case Study
Michael J. Leiber

Prisoner Access to Justice and Paralegals: The Fox Lake Paralegal Program
Ben Kempinen

NOTES

Balancing the Interests: The Move Towards Less Restrictive Commitment of New York’s Mentally Ill
John D. Cameron

Termination of the Parental Rights of the Mentally Ill
Colleen A. Conti

CASE COMMENTS

Kuhlman v. Wilson: The Supreme Court Expands Interrogation Methods While Undermining the Right to Counsel
Thomas J. Iovieno

Whitely v. Albers: The Supreme Court’s Attempted Synthesis of Eighth Amendment Standards for Prison Officials
Melissa Whish Coan

BOOK REVIEW

Expert Witnesses: Criminologists in the Courtroom
Hon. Kevin M. Dowd

 

VOLUME 14

SUMMER 1988

NUMBER 2

LEAD ARTICLES

Prison Management, Private Enterprise Style: The Inmates’ Evaluation
Samuel Jan Brakel

Procedural Due Process And The Reasonable Doubt Standard Of Proof in Civil Contempt Proceedings
Edward Gregory Mascolo

NOTES

Confinement And Non-Conformity: An Overview From Czarist to Soviet Russia
Margaret A. Wheeler

Japanese Offender Rehabilitation – A Viable Alternative?
Kevin T. Favreau

CASE COMMENTS

McCleskey v. Kemp: Ignoring De Facto Discrimination in Capital Sentencing
James F. Coffey

Crime And Treatment: Allen v. Illinois and the Presence of Criminal Sanctions in the Involuntary “Civil” Commitment of the Sexually Dangerous
Roger P. Levin

Miga v. City of Holyoke: The Need for Statutory Protection for Persons Held in Protective Custody in Massachusetts
Michael F.X. Regan

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