NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 40

WINTER 2014

NUMBER 1

ARTICLES

Reassessing Professor Dressler’s Plea for Complicity Reform: Lessons from Civil Law Jurisdictions
Luis E. Chiesa

Continuous Contamination: How Traditional Criminal Restitution Principles and § 2259 Undermine Cleaning up the Toxic Waste of Child Pornography Possession
Mary Margaret Giannini

A Confusing Interaction Between the Warrants Clause, Child Pornography, and Child Molestation: Determining Whether Evidence of Child Molestation Creates Probable Cause to Search for Child Pornography
M. Jackson Jones

NOTES

The Place Where There is No Darkness: Privacy and Protest in the Age of Social Media
William Carius

Into the Rabbit-Hole: Annie Dookhan Confronts Melendez-Diaz
Anthony Del Signore

Don’t Copy That Floppy: The IP Enforcement Dilemma in the United States
Kevin Newman

Abidor and House: Lost Opportunities to Sync the Border Search Doctrine with Today’s Technology
Shannon L. Smith

Criminal Copyright Infringement: Improper Punishments from an Improper Analogy to Theft
Serge Subach

CASE COMMENTS

Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Creates New Categorical Exclusion from Warrant Requirement in U.S. v. Skinner
Kevin T. Crane, Jr.

U.S. v. Rajaratnam – No “Gain” Without Pain: Amending the Sentencing Guidelines for Insider Trading to Better Reflect the Rapidly Evolving Financial Industry
Soo Ji Jung

 

VOLUME 40

SPRING 2014

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

Weapons of Mass (Murder) Destruction
James Alan Fox & Monica J. DeLateur

Mental Health and Gun Rights in Virginia: A View from the Battlefield
Robert Luther III

Separating Myth from Fact: Unlinking Mental Illness and Violence and Implications for Gun Control Legislation and Public Policy
Laurie R. Martinelli, June S. Binney, & Rebecca Kaye

Firearms and Mental Illness: Preventing Fear and Stigma from Overtaking Reason and Rationality
Debra A. Pinals

NOTES

A Felonious Strikeout: The Preventative Benefits of the “Three Strikes Law” in Massachusetts
Kelsey A. Baran

Replacing the Second Amendment is the Only Way to Preserve the Individual Right to Self-Defense While Reducing Gun Violence
Kevin T. Crane, Jr.

Miscarriage of Justice: Prenatal Substance Abusers Need Treatment, Not Confinement Under Chemical Endangerment Laws
Kathryn A. Kellett

Re-Traumatized: How Gendered Laws Exacerbate the Harm for Same-Sex Victims of Intimate Partner Violence
Caroline Morin

The Movement Away from Solitary Confinement in the United States
Alexa T. Steinbuch

CASE COMMENTS

Punishing the Son for the Sins of the Father in Commonwealth v. Porges
Anthony Del Signore

United States v. Youngs: The Intersection of Guilty Pleas, Procedural Due Process, and Indefinite Civil Commitment of Sexually Dangerous Persons
Rebecca M. Ullian