NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 39

WINTER 2013

NUMBER 1

PAPER SYMPOSIUM

IN OUR NAME: A PLAY OF THE TORTURE YEARS

Foreword
Stephen H. Oleskey

The Dangers of Losing Operational Perspective
Victor M. Hansen

Which Way are We Leaning?
John D. Hutson

Virtue and Vice in Legal Advising
W. Bradley Wendel

Beyond the Rack: Post-Enlightenment Torture
Elizabeth A. Wilson

In Our Name: A Play of the Torture Years
Michael Meltsner

ARTICLES

Mental Illness, Police Power Interventions, and the Expressive Functions of Punishment
Robert F. Schopp

NOTES

The Evolution of the First Complaint Doctrine: How Further Change Is Necessary Before It Can Account for the Trauma of Rape
Hillary E. Gomez

The Sentencing Reform Act: Reconsidering Rehabilitation as a Critical Consideration in Sentencing
Kimberly L. Patch

MySpace, WhoseSpace? The Impact of Semi-Private Social Media on Threats and the First Amendment
Melissa A. Whitehead

CASE COMMENTS

Taking a Life Without Taking a Life: State v. Ninham Violates the Eighth Amendment by Sentencing a Fourteen-Year-Old Juvenile to Life in Prison Without Parole
Kelli E. Antes

Stopping Searches Without a Seizure: People v. Buza Disallows DNA Collection of Arrestees in California
John Garabedian

Age of Intimidation: Why the Supreme Court Got it Right in J.D.B. v. North Carolina
John M.P. Wesley

 

VOLUME 39

SPRING 2013

NUMBER 2

SYMPOSIUM

JUVENILES ARE DIFFERENT

The Place of Families in Juvenile Defense Work After Miller v. Alabama
Peggy Cooper Davis, Elsie Chandler, & Richard G. Dudley, Jr.

Victims and the Supreme Court’s Eighth Amendment Jurisprudence in Miller v. Alabama: A Tale of a Constitutive Paradox for Victims
Meg Garvin

Miller v. Alabama: Implications for Forensic Mental Health Assessment at the Intersection of Social Science and the Law
Kimberly Larson, Frank DiCataldo, & Robert Kinscherff

Youth Matters: The Meaning of Miller for Theory, Research, and Policy Regarding Developmental/Life-Course Criminology
Alex R. Piquero

What Hath Miller Wrought: Effective Representation of Juveniles in Capital-Equivalent Proceedings
David Siegel

NOTES

OUI Manslaughter: Getting Away With Murder
Elisabeth M. Baker

The Privatization of Prisons and Prisoner Healthcare: Addressing the Extent of Prisoners’ Right to Healthcare
Brittany Bondurant

The Sentinel Clouds Above the Nameless Crowd: Protecting Anonymity from Domestic Drones
Matthew L. Burow

Crisis Not Averted: Lack of Criminal Prosecutions Leave Limited Consequences for Those Responsible for the Financial Crisis
Colin Maher