NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 13

WINTER 1987

NUMBER 1

LEAD ARTICLES

Socrates Was Right: Propositions in Support of Capital Punishment
Robert A. Friedlander

Negligence, Due Process, and the Prisoner
Scott S. Small

NOTES

Jailing Juveniles: Impact on Constitutional Rights
Nancy D. Carlson

Civil Contempt and the Federal Grand Jury
Mary Beth Downing

A Constitutional Analysis of Current Prisoner Transfer Treaties
Stephen M. Wagner

Businesses Behind Bars: The Case for Prisoner Entrepreneurship
John J. Washburn

BOOK REVIEW

Providence: The Reconstruction of Social and Moral Order
Richard Quinney

 

VOLUME 13

SUMMER 1987

NUMBER 2

LEAD ARTICLES

“To Be or Not to Be: What Is the Answer?” The Use of Habeas Corpus to Attack Improper Prison Conditions
Scott Singer

Principles for Choosing Sanctions: Sweden’s Proposed Sentencing Statute
Andrew von Hirsch

NOTES

Medical Care for Chronically Ill Mental Patients: An Analysis of Legal and Administrative Responses
Geraldine M. Campinell

Criminal Restitution as a Limited Opportunity
Lisa A. Upson

AIDS in Prisons: Are We Doing the Right Thing?
Robert E. Benson

CASE COMMENTS

McCabe v. Arave: A Religiously Based Challenge to Legitimate Penological Regulations
Ronnie E. Clayton

Falling Through the Cracks: The Plight of Legal Advocacy Programs for Mentally Ill and Retarded Clients – The Aftermath of Brewster v. Dukakis
Michael Joseph Ruble