NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 36

WINTER 2010

NUMBER 1

Foreword

ARTICLES

Dazed and Confused: Judiciary’s Role in Sell-ing Psychotropic Drugs to Inmates and Detainees
John D. Burrow & Rhys Hester

Just What Made Drug Courts Successful?
Judge Kevin S. Burke

Turning Hope-and-Change Talk into Clemency Action for Nonviolent Drug Offenders
Douglas A. Berman

Everything Old is New Again: Fixing Sentencing by Going Bank to First Principles
Mary Price

The Crime of Guideline Sentencing Undermines the Role of the Prosecutor
Bob Barr

NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD

The Theocratic Jury Room: Oliver v. Quarterman and the Burgeoning Circuit Split on Biblical Reference and Influence in Capital Sentencing
Amanda C. Shoffel

CASE COMMENT

Congress’ Failure to Define Proceeds and the Fallout After United States v. Santos
William T. Noonan, Jr.

NOTES

Extradition by Abduction Violates the Rule of Law and Frustrates United States Initiatives Abroad
Rochelle Meddoff

Environmental Prison Reform: Lower Costs and Greener World
Andrew Webster

 

VOLUME 36

SUMMER 2010

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

Embracing the Path Forward: The Journey to Justice Continues
Kenneth E. Melson

Forensiphilia: Is Public Fascination with Forensic Science a Love Affair or Fatal Attraction?
Jessica D. Gabel

Beyond the Crime Laboratory: The Admissibility of Unconfirmed Forensic Evidence in Arson Cases
Bruce L. Ottley

Melendez-Diaz and Briscoe: Return of Constitutional Guarantees Worth the Cost to the System
Joseph King, Chris Leibig & Kristen D. Clardy

NOTES

Police Violate Due Process Rights by Crossing State Borders and Ignoring Fresh-Pursuit Laws
Che Odom

From Criminal Confinement to Social Confinement: Helping Ex-Offenders Obtain Public Housing with a Certificate of Rehabilitation
Meghan L. Schneider

The Need to Know: Why Multiple State Drug Possession Offenses Should Not Automatically Amount to an Aggravated Felony
Allison M. Whitmore