NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 10

WINTER 1984

NUMBER 1

ARTICLES

Classification-Based Sentencing: Some Conceptual and Ethical Problems
Hugo Adam Bedau

Necessity and Prisoners’ Rights
Myron Gochnauer

Work as an Avenue of Prison Reform
Francis T. Cullen & Lawrence F. Travis, III

Parens Patriae, Treatment and Reform: The Case of the Western House of Refuge, 1849-1907
Alexander W. Pisciotta

NOTES

State Appellate Court Interpretations of Victim Compensation Statutes
Frederick Chandler Bragdon

The Prisoner’s Paradox: Forced Labor and Uncompensated Injuries
Jamie T. Campbell

Termination of Incarcerated Parents’ Rights in Massachusetts
Lisa Rona Carron

Hunger Striking: Freedom of Choice or the State’s Best Interest?
Glenn Allan Ludwig

Restrictions on Parole Release Eligibility from a Sentencing Policy Perspective: An Analysis of Proposed Sentencing Reform in Massachusetts
Nevin P. Shanabrook

Revocation of Conditional Liberty Following an Acquittal: Collateral Estoppel Implications
David Lee Zuckerman

BOOK REVIEW

Reform and Punishment: Essays on Criminal Sentencing
Russ Immarigeon

BOOKS RECEIVED

 

VOLUME 10

SUMMER 1984

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

California’s Determinate Sentencing Law: An Analysis of Its Structure
Andrew von Hirsch & Julia M. Mueller

Custodial Detention and Regime Maintenance in the Republic of South Africa
Lee W. Potts

NOTES

Substituted Judgment: A Modern Application
Michele J. Gormley

Deinstitutionalization as a Due Process Right of the Mentally Retarded
Susan Marie Trusselle

CASE COMMENTS

Jones v. United States: Indefinite Confinement of Insanity Acquitees
Thomas G. Brophy

Olim v. Wakenikona: The Hands Off Doctrine Gains Further Support in Prison Transfer Decisions
Davida Schwartz

BOOK REVIEW

Effective Correctional Treatment
Dragan Milovanovic