NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 35

WINTER 2009

NUMBER 1

Foreword

ARTICLES

The Great Writ Diminished
Lynn Adelman

Punishment by Another Name: The Inherent Overreaching in Sexually Dangerous Person Commitments
John A. Fennel

Court-Martial Jurisdiction over Civilians in Contingency Operations: A New Twist
Colonel R. Peter Masterton

What Happens Behind Locked Doors: The Difficulty of Addressing and Eliminating Rape in Prison
Anthony C. Thompson

NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD

Primary, Significant, or Merely More Than Incidental: What Level of Intent Does the Federal Drug-Involved Premises Statute Really Require?
Matthew P. Fitzsimmons

CASE COMMENT

Guilty by Association: What the Decision in Boston Housing Authority v. Garcia Means for the Innocent Family Members of Criminals Living in Public Housing in Massachusetts
Timothy E. Heinle

NOTES

Achieving Peace in the Streets: How Legislative Efforts Fail in Combating Gang Violence in Comparison to Successful Local Community-Based Initiatives
Matthew J. Cannata

Defining Substantial Burden Under the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act: The Third Circuit’s Successful Clarification
Michael Distefano

Who Will Guard the Guards? The Accountability of Private Military Contractors in Areas of Armed Conflict
Craig S. Jordan

 

VOLUME 35

SUMMER 2009

NUMBER 2

ARTICLES

Pretrial Advice for Representing Mentally Ill Criminal Defendants in the Military Justice System
Thomas Barnard & James Ewing

Veterans Treatment Court: A Proactive Approach
Judge Robert T. Russell

Causation in Medicine and Law: The Plight of the Iraq Veterans
Heathcote W. Wales

NOTES

Arizona’s Drug Sentencing Statute: Is Rehabilitation a Better Approach to the “War on Drugs”?
Lauren M. Cutler

Behavioral Biology: The Impact of Neuroimaging and Brain Dysfunction on the Sentencing of Sexual Offenders
Cassandra M. Lamb

The Right to Refuse Medical Treatment or to Direct the Course of Medical Treatment: Where Should Inmate Autonomy Begin and End?
Christopher Quinn

Judicial Recommendations Against Removal: A Solution to the Problem of Deportation for Statutory Rape
Adonia R. Simpson