NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 37

WINTER 2011

NUMBER 1

Foreword

ARTICLES

The Admissibility of Evidence of the Accused’s Opportunity to Retest Physical Evidence in Criminal Cases
Rockne P. Harmon and Edward J. Imwinkelried

The Massachusetts Child Hearsay Statute and the Admissibility of Non-Testimonial Out-of-Court Statements Describing Sexual Abuse
Thomas R. Finn

NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD

The Perfect Storm: Rule 404(b), Unequivocal Stipulations, and Old Chief’s Dicta on Narrative Integrity and Evidentiary Richness
Richard M. Thompson II

CASE COMMENTS

A Quest for Exculpatory DNA Evidence or a Wild-Goose Chase? Expansion of Searches for Lost Evidence Under Horton v. State of Maryland
Nicole Dapcic

Domestic Violence and Due Process: Crespo v. Crespo and the Need for a Higher Standard of Proof
Mary Hutton

Hands Off: United States v. Crabtree and the Proper Application of Title III of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968
Nicholas J. La Forge

NOTES

Prisoners With Pensions Pay Their Own Way: An Examination of the Michigan State Correctional Facility Reimbursement Act
Meghan L. Brower

Drunk Drivers and Vampire Cops: The “Gold Standard”
Holly Hinte

 

VOLUME 37

SUMMER 2011

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

Recognizing the Public Schools’ Authority to Discipline Students’ Off-Campus Cyberbullying of Classmates
Douglas E. Abrams

Allegations of School District Liability for Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Teen Suicides After Sexting: Are New Legal Standards Emerging in the Courts?
Kathleen Conn

The Eleventh Amendment and Corrections Litigation: The Impact of Sovereign Immunity on the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act
Steven B. Dow

Restorative Justice and Bullying: A Missing Solution in the Anti-Bullying Laws
Susan Hanley Duncan

The Challenges of Bullying Prevention: Remarks for the New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement
James Alan Fox

Sexual Harassment and Title IX: What’s Bullying Got to Do with it?
Wendy Murphy

What Did Jesus Do?: Answering Religious Conservatives Who Oppose Bullying Prevention Legislation
Daniel B. Weddle & Kathryn E. New

CASE COMMENT

America’s Useless Torture Statute: How the USA PATRIOT Act and Special Maritime Jurisdiction Can Be Used to Circumvent the Federal Prohibition on Torture
Christopher B. O’Brien

NOTES

What “Mens Rea Dilemma”? A Simple Solution to the 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) Circuit Split
Joseph O. Anderson, Jr.

Usage of the Substantial Means Standard Under 8 U.S.C. § 1324’s Criminal Sanctions for Harboring, Shielding, and Concealing Illegal Aliens
Dolie Chacko

Dollars and Sense: Restitution Orders for Possession of Child Pornography Under 18 U.S.C. § 2259
Adam D. Lewis