NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 42

SPRING 2016

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

 

Looking for Wrongs in All the Right Places
Juliet Stumpf

Sanctuary Cities and Dog-Whistle Politics
Christopher N. Lasch

NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD

Vote “No” on Criminal Justice Ballot Measures
Tanya M. Larrabee

NOTE

Arguing an Attempted Rape Charge Within the Complex World of Pedophiles and Internet Chat Rooms
Ashling E. Steele

CASE COMMENT

The Law’s Conflation of the Latino’s Identity: Reconsidering the Exclusionary Rule in Civil Removal Proceedings
Ana P. Moretto

 

NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 42

WINTER 2015

NUMBER 1

ARTICLES

More on Dignity in Eight Amendment Conditions of Confinement Claims
George Bach

How the “Shackles” of Individual Ethics Prevent Structural Reform in the American Criminal Justice System
John H. Blume

INTERVIEWS

The Intersection of Racial Justice and Criminal Justice in Massachusetts: Interview with Rahsaan Hall

The Intersection of Forensic Science and Technology with Criminal Justice in Massachusetts: Interview with David Siegel

NOTES

Presumed Guilty: An Examination of the Media’s Prejudicial Effect on the Boston Marathon Bombing Trial
Ana P. Moretto

Technical Difficulties: Protecting Privacy Rights in the Digital Age
Edward P. Sisk

The Constitutional Right to Deletion: The Latest Battle in the War of Technology v. Privacy
Kelsey Joy Smith

CASE COMMENT

The Untrustworthy Chemist: The Trouble with Expert Witnesses and DNA Evidence in Massachusetts
Aisling E. Steele