NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 30

WINTER 2004

NUMBER 1

COMMENTARY

Compassionate Conservatism and Prison Rape: The Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003
James E. Robertson

COMMENTS

Stanford v. Kentucky in Light of Atkins v. Virginia: Reexamining the Juvenile Death Penalty Under Changed Standards of Decency
Robert D. Mabey

McKune v. Lile: The Supreme Court Further Limits the Rights and Privileges of Inmates
Kelly Waterson

NOTES

The War on Terrorism and the Enemy Within: Using Military Commissions to Prosecute U.S. Citizens for Terrorist-Related Violations of the Laws of War
Brian W. Earley

How to Argue for Your Life in Fifteen Minutes or Less: An Analysis of Illinois Governor Ryan’s Clemency Review Boards
Kelly Holthusen

Public Safety vs. Additional Punishment: A Look at the Retrospective Nature of Alaska’s Sex Offender Registration Act
Christine M. Palkoski

 

VOLUME 30

SPRING 2004

NUMBER 2

ARTICLE

Jurisprudence and Judicial Roles in Massachusetts Drug Courts
Joshua Matt

SCRIBES AWARD

The Massachusetts Discovery Rule and its Application to Non-Perpetrators in “Repressed Memory” Child Sexual Abuse Cases
Peter E. Smith

CASE COMMENT

From Recreational Skiing to Criminally Negligent Homicide: A Comparison of United States’ Ski Laws in the Wake of People v. Hall
Cori Leigh Dahlstrom

NOTES

Unholy Acts: The Clergy Sex Scandal in Massachusetts and the Legislative Response
Jesse Belcher-Timme

Young, Alone, and Fleeing Terror: The Human Rights Emergency of Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Seeking Asylum in the United States
Maria Bucci

Holding Corporate Officers Criminally Responsible for Environmental Crimes: Collapsing the Doctrines of Piercing the Corporate Veil and the Responsible Corporate Officer
Jeffrey R. Escobar

BOOK REVIEW

Punishment and Democracy: Three Strikes and You’re Out in California (Authored By: Zimring, Hawkins & Kamin)
Harvey Gee