NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT
NEW LAW, POLICY, AND MEDICINE OF INVOLUNTARY TREATMENT: A COMPREHENSIVE CASE PROBLEM APPROACH TO CRIMINAL AND CIVIL ASPECTS
Julie Anne Hanlon, Editor-in-Chief
Reconsidering the Consequences of an Insanity Acquittal
Joanmarie Ilaria Davoli, J.D.
Is Prosecution “Medically Appropriate”?
Douglas Mossman, M.D.
Where Two Roads Meet: Restoration of Competence to Stand Trial from a Clinical Perspective
Debra A. Pinals, M.D.
OUTPATIENT COMMITMENT DEBATE
New Research Continues to Challenge the Need for Outpatient Commitment
Jennifer Honig, J.D. & Susan Stefan, J.D.
Response: Jeffrey L. Geller, M.D., M.P.H. & Jonathan Stanley, J.D.
Settling the Doubts About the Constitutionality of Outpatient Commitment
Jeffrey L. Geller, M.D., M.P.H. & Jonathan Stanley, J.D.
Response: Jennifer Honig, J.D. & Susan Stefan, J.D.
The Bureau of Prisons’ New Policy: A Misguided Attempt to Further Restrict a Federal Judge’s Sentencing Discretion and to Get Tough on White-Collar Crime
Waving an Ephemeral Carrot Under Haverty v. Commissioner of Corrections: Opportunities to Earn Good-Time Credits Might Deserve Praise—But Not State Constitutional Protection
Subsidized Housing and HUD Projects: Economic Confinement on Low-Income Families
Andrea D. Haddad
The “Other” Victims: Can We Hold Parents Liable for Failing to Protect Their Children from the Harms of Domestic Violence?
Belief Behind Bars: Religious Freedom in Prison, RLUIPA, and the Establishment Clause
Evidentiary Privileges and the Exclusionary Rule: Dual Justifications for an Absolute Rape Victim Counselor Privilege
Anne W. Robinson, J.D.
Kaczynski to Moussaoui: Allowing Pro Se Defendants with Mental Illnesses to Represent Themselves
Christine G. Jennings
Smoked Out: Massachusetts Bans Smoking in Restaurants and Bars
Michael B. Cabral
“It’s Time for Roy’s Rock to Roll”. . . After the Court of the Judiciary Speaks, Roy and His Rock, Roll
Recognizing Unborn Victims over Heightening Punishment for Crimes Against Pregnant Women
Shannon M. McQueeney
Terri’s Law: The Limit of the Florida Legislature to Decide an Individual’s Right to Die
William F. Thompson