NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 34

WINTER 2008

NUMBER 1

Foreword

SYMPOSIUM

PAROLE AND PROBATION

Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification: Past, Present, and Future
Wayne A. Logan

Sex Offender Post-Incarceration Sanctions: Are There Any Limits?
Richard G. Wright

Impacts of Admissions and Releases in Prisons
Rhiana Kohl, Ph.D.

ARTICLES

Released from Prison . . . but Placed in Solitary Confinement: A Parolee Reveals the Practical Ramifications of Samson v. California
James. M. Binnall

The Right to Confront Adverse Witnesses at Post-Conviction Release Revocation Hearings
Bruce Zucker

NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD

When Restoration to Duty and Full Rehabilitation is Not a Concern: An Evaluation of the United States Armed Forces
Stephanie Simmons

CASE COMMENTS

Commonwealth v. Morasse Home Confinement: Stretching the Limits on Restricting a Probationer’s Liberty
RJ Parker

NOTES

Much Ado About SOMETHING: Reconciling Roper v. Simmons With the Gang Deterrence and Community Protection Act of 2007 and the Possibility of Inconsistent Jurisprudence
Tiffany Sykes

Expectation of Privacy? How the Circuits View Post-Conviction Extractions of DNA: An Examination of “Special Needs” and “General Balancing”
Allison F. Tilton

 

VOLUME 34

SUMMER 2008

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

Beyond a Conceivable Doubt: The Quest for a Fair and Constitutional Standard of Proof in Death Penalty Cases
Robert Hardaway

Closing the Door and Leaving Open a Window: Closing the Check Cashing Money Laundering Regulatory Gap
David M. Sobotkin

America the Prison Nation: Melding Humanistic Jurisprudence with a Value-Centric Incarceration Model
Saby Ghoshray

NOTES

The Admissibility of an Accused’s Choice of Reading Material as Evidence Under Federal Rule of Evidence 404(b): What Are the Constitutional Implications of this Type of Evidence?
Muthena Alsahlani

Positive Vibration: An Examination of Incarcerated Rastafarian Free Exercise Claims
Melissa R. Johnson

Limitations on Biomedical and Behavioral Research Involving Prisoners: An Argument Supporting the Institute of Medicine’s Recommendations to Revise Regulations
Andrea Lynn Osganian

Children Sex Offenders: How the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act Hurts the Same Children it is Trying to Protect
Caitlin Young

Allowing Defendants to Present Evidence of Prison Conditions to Convince Juries to Nullify: Can Only the Prosecutor Present “Moral” Evidence?
Jeffrey Zahler