NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT
CONSTITUTIONALITY, COMPETENCE, AND CULPABILITY: EMERGING ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUVENILE LAW
Adolescents’ Decision Making: A Developmental Perspective on Constitutional Provisions in Delinquency Cases
Thomas Grisso, Ph.D.
Competence to Stand Trial Evaluations with Juveniles
Thomas Riffin, Psy.D.
Constitutionality, Competence, and Conflicts: What is Wrong with the State of the Law When it Comes to Juveniles and Miranda?
Hillary B. Farber, J.D.
NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD
Involuntary Childbirth and Prisoners’ Rights: Court-Order Prison Policy Violates Fundamental Rights
Massachusetts’ Struggle to Adhere to the Gideon Mandate: Will the Lavallee Decision, Coupled with Legislative Reform, Finally Establish a State Indigent Criminal Defense System that is Constitutionally Sound?
Jeffrey R. Goodwin
The Price of Justice: In Light of Lavallee, What Should Massachusetts Courts Do When Attorneys Are Not Available to Represent Indigent Parents Involved in Care and Protection Matters?
Trisha M. Anklam
Combating Radical Islam in Prisons Within the Legal Dictates of the Free Exercise Clause
John W. Popeo
Gang Loitering Ordinances Post-Morales: Has Vagueness Been Remedied? Somerville, Massachusetts Says Yes
J. Elizabeth Packebusch
Search and Sniff: What’s Left of the Fourth Amendment After Illinois v. Caballes?
Joshua B. Adams, J.D.
Caveat Prosecutor: Where Courts Went Wrong in Applying Robertson‘s Two-Tiered Analysis to Plea Bargaining and How to Correct Their Mistakes
Colin Miller, J.D.
Victim Impact Statements in Capital Sentencing and Humphries v. Ozmint—Do “Worthless” Defendants Pay a Higher Price?
Wanted Posters on the Internet: United States v. Carmichael and New Criminal Defense Tools to Level the Playing Field
Jenny R. Yampolsky
Using Instant Messages as Evidence to Convict Criminals in Light of National Security: Issues of Privacy and Authentication
Timber Theft in National Forests: Solutions to Preventing the Widespread, Underprosecuted, and Underpunished Crime
Lisa M. Paciello
Copyright Law and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act: Do the Penalties Fit the Crime?
John B. Clark