NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 41

WINTER 2015

NUMBER 1

PAPER SYMPOSIUM

GIDEON’S ARMY: AN ACCOUNT FROM THE FRONT LINE OF PUBLIC DEFENSE

Foreword
Tigran W. Eldred

The Revolution Will Be Televised: Popular Culture and the American Justice Narrative
Jonathan A. Rapping

Agenda Setting as a Tactic in Institutional Criminal Defense
Gabriel J. Chin

Gideon’s Army and the Central Theme of Poverty
Cara H. Drinan

ARTICLES

Strictly Taboo: Cultural Anthropology’s Insights Into Mass Incarceration and Victimless Crime
Brennan T. Hughes

Constitutional Conflation: The Incorrect Incorporation of Dual Sovereignty into Sixth Amendment Jurisprudence
Brian J. Litwak

CASE COMMENTS

You’ve Got Mail: The Flaws and Fixes for E-Mail Search and Seizure in the Wake of Preventive Medicine Associates v. Commonwealth
Ryan D. Balise

You Have the Right to Bear Arms, but Not the Ability? The Evanescence of the Second Amendment
David A. Stidham

NOTES

Environmental Adaptation, Legislation Adaptation: Keeping up with the Eco-Terrorists
Jessica D. Bardi

Congratulations! Your Umbilical Cord is Now State Property: A Comparative Analysis of Mississippi’s Cord Blood Law and the Fight Against Teen Pregnancy in the United States
Earl Anthony Espiritu

Gender as a Factor When Calculating a Sex Offender’s Dangerousness
Lianne E. Henderson

Cruel and Unusual: The Effect of Miller v. Alabama on the Indefinite Civil Confinement of Juvenile Sex Offenders
Tiffany M. Shute

Learning from the Past to Improve the Future: Taking a Lesson from America’s Drunk Driving Dilemma to Cure the Current Texting While Driving Epidemic
Marykate E. Williams

 

VOLUME 41

SPRING 2015

NUMBER 2

SYMPOSIUM ARTICLES

CRIME, PRIVACY, AND TECHNOLOGY: THE 21ST CENTURY WILD WEST

Commonwealth v. Augustine and the Future of the Third-Party Doctrine
Lawrence Friedman

The Aggregation Principle and the Future of Fourth Amendment Jurisprudence
Shaun B. Spencer

The Fourth Amendment’s Governmental Action Requirement: The Weapon of Choice in the War Against Child Exploitation
Ryan D. Balise and Gretchen Lundgren

CASE COMMENT

Who Watches the Jurors? The Changing Limitations on Juries and Their Activities Outside of the Courtroom
Madeline Locke

NOTES

Nobody Goes to Jail: The Economics of Criminal Law, Securities Fraud, and the 2008 Recession
Tristan R. Brown

Athletes Sacked by Moral Turpitude Clauses: Presumed Guilty Unless Proven Innocent
Kira N. Buono

Fear Based Motivation: Dodd-Frank’s New Sentencing Guidelines for Insider Trading Lead to an Extension of Tippee Liability
Kerry L. Burke II

Keeping the Best Kept Secrets: Mandatory Minimum Sentencing for Trade Secret Theft Under the Economic Espionage Act
Danielle K. Byrdsong

Wealthy “Justice”: The Role Wealth Plays in Sentencing and in the Affluenza Defense
Danielle Eckenroth