NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 11

WINTER 1985

NUMBER 1

COMMENTARY

Rights and Obligations of Prisoners
Ernest van den Haag

LEAD ARTICLES

Critique of the American Psychiatric Association’s Guidelines for State Legislation on Civil Commitment of the Mentally Ill
Winsor C. Schmidt, Jr.

Due Process and Prison Disciplinary Practices: From Wolff to Hewitt
Charles H. Jones, Jr. & Edward Rhine

NOTES

Saving the Child: Rejuvenating a Dying Right to Rehabilitation
Marie L. Blasko

“‘And Some Grow Mad, And All Grow Bad:'” Prisoners’ Constitutional Right to Receive Psychiatric Treatment
Elaine Marie Jennings

Immigration Policy and the Excludable Alien: Detention Alternatives Through Expansion of the Petty Offense Exception
Todd Andrew McCullough

CASE COMMENTS

Liberty Within Prison Walls as a Natural Right? Hewitt v. Helms
Michael J. Murphy

The Requirement of Proportionality in Criminal Sentencing: Solem v. Helm
Craig J. Olsen

BOOK REVIEW

World Criminal Justice Systems: A Survey
Robert C. Hauhart

BOOKS RECEIVED

 

VOLUME 11

SUMMER 1985

NUMBER 2

LEAD ARTICLES

Mandatory Capital Punishment for the Life Term Inmate Who Commits Murder: Judgments of Fact and Value in Law and Social Science
James R. Acker

Civil Commitment and Commitment of Insanity Acquitters
Lloyd A. Gelwan

PRISON FORUM

Preliminary Considerations in Prisoner Suits Brought Pursuant to Title 42, U.S.C., Section 1983
Titus Edwin Aaron

NOTES

Rule 9(a) and Its Impact on Habeas Corpus Litigation
Christine Burt

The Effect of Incarceration on the Right to Die
Scott M. Jamieson

Outward Bound; An Adjunct to the Treatment of Juvenile Delinquents: Florida’s STEP Program
Steven Flagg Scott

Juvenile Criminals and the Death Penalty: Resurrection of the Question Left Unanswered in Eddings v. Oklahoma
Robert Anthony Klein

CASE COMMENT

United States v. Gouveia: Administrative Detention and the Right to Counsel
Kerry-Lyn Eadie

BOOK REVIEW

Effective Correctional Treatment
Dragan Milovanovic