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Equity and Criminal Law

Vol.2000,
(2000),
pp 1-

  The relationship between courts of equity and the criminal law in Arkansas is laid out by two black letter rules...

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The Metamorphoses of Reasonable Doubt: How Changes in the Burden of Proof Have Weakened the Presumption of Innocence

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 1165-

  The standard of proof beyond a reasonable doubt is commonly thought to be an important benefit to the accused....

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Driving Through Arkansas? Have Your DNA Sample Ready

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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Equal Sentences for Unequal Participation: Should the Eighth Amendment Allow All Juvenile Murder Accomplices to Receive Life Without Parole?

Vol.87,
(2009),
pp 29-

  No court has addressed the constitutional significance of sentencing juvenile murder accomplices who play a...

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From Philly to Fayetteville: Reflections on Teaching Criminal Law in the First Year

Vol.83,
(2011),
pp 475-

  This Essay explores my experience teaching first-year Criminal Law and offers responses to questions like: (1)...

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Help Wanted: Seeking One Good Appellate Brief that Forces the Arkansas Supreme Court to Clarify its Criminal Discovery Jurisprudence

Vol.2009,
(2009),
pp 97-

  This Essay first argues that Arkansas has yet to conclusively articulate when a prosecutorial suppression of...

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Herding Bullfrogs Towards a More Balanced Wheelbarrow: An Illustrative Recommendation for Federal Sentencing Post-Booker

by Brian Gallini, Emily Q. Shults,
Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 1-

  The Article first provides an overview of the history and prevailing motivations behind the promulgation of the...

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Police ‘Science’ in the Interrogation Room: Seventy Years of Pseudo-Psychological Interrogation Methods to Obtain Inadmissible Confessions

Vol.61,
(2010),
pp 529-

  Nearly all confessions obtained by interrogators nationwide are inadmissible, but nonetheless admitted. In the...

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Schneckloth v. Bustamonte: History’s Unspoken Fourth Amendment Anomaly

Vol.79,
(2012),
pp 233-

  The officer walking the beat has numerous tools at her disposal to effectuate a warrantless search, the most...

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Step Out of the Car: License, Registration, and DNA Please

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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Semiótica del Crimen

by M a,
Vol.IV,
No.january-june,
(2010)

Article that introduces tha way how crime can be studied by Semiotics and how can it make sense between contexts.

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Ake v. Oklahoma and an Indigent Defendant’s ‘Right’ to an Expert Witness: A Promise Denied or Imagined?

Vol.10,
(2002),
pp 401-

The Government must provide an indigent defendant any tools necessary to prepare an adequate defense. If an indigent...

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Police ‘Science’ in the Interrogation Room: Seventy Years of Pseudo-Psychological Interrogation Methods to Obtain Inadmissible Confessions

Vol.61,
(2010),
pp 529-

  Nearly all confessions obtained by interrogators nationwide are inadmissible, but nonetheless admitted. In the...

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Equity and Criminal Law

Vol.2000,
(2000),
pp 1-

  The relationship between courts of equity and the criminal law in Arkansas is laid out by two black letter rules...

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To Serve and Protect? Officers as Expert Witnesses in Federal Drug Prosecutions

Vol.19,
(2012),
pp 363-

  A competent United States Attorney should easily win any federal drug case. The elements of federal drug crimes...

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Schneckloth v. Bustamonte: History’s Unspoken Fourth Amendment Anomaly

Vol.79,
(2012),
pp 233-

  The officer walking the beat has numerous tools at her disposal to effectuate a warrantless search, the most...

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From Philly to Fayetteville: Reflections on Teaching Criminal Law in the First Year

Vol.83,
(2011),
pp 475-

  This Essay explores my experience teaching first-year Criminal Law and offers responses to questions like: (1)...

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Step Out of the Car: License, Registration, and DNA Please

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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Equal Sentences for Unequal Participation: Should the Eighth Amendment Allow All Juvenile Murder Accomplices to Receive Life Without Parole?

Vol.87,
(2009),
pp 29-

  No court has addressed the constitutional significance of sentencing juvenile murder accomplices who play a...

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Car Stops, Borders, and Profiling: The Hunt for Undocumented (Illegal?) Immigrants in Border Towns

Vol.89,
(2011),
pp 709-

The much-discussed Arizona immigration statute, SB 1070, continues an effort – this time at the legislative level...

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Semiótica del Crimen

by M a,
Vol.IV,
No.january-june,
(2010)

Article that introduces tha way how crime can be studied by Semiotics and how can it make sense between contexts.

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Ake v. Oklahoma and an Indigent Defendant’s ‘Right’ to an Expert Witness: A Promise Denied or Imagined?

Vol.10,
(2002),
pp 401-

The Government must provide an indigent defendant any tools necessary to prepare an adequate defense. If an indigent...

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Views: 947
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To Serve and Protect? Officers as Expert Witnesses in Federal Drug Prosecutions

Vol.19,
(2012),
pp 363-

  A competent United States Attorney should easily win any federal drug case. The elements of federal drug crimes...

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Step Out of the Car: License, Registration, and DNA Please

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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Schneckloth v. Bustamonte: History’s Unspoken Fourth Amendment Anomaly

Vol.79,
(2012),
pp 233-

  The officer walking the beat has numerous tools at her disposal to effectuate a warrantless search, the most...

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Police ‘Science’ in the Interrogation Room: Seventy Years of Pseudo-Psychological Interrogation Methods to Obtain Inadmissible Confessions

Vol.61,
(2010),
pp 529-

  Nearly all confessions obtained by interrogators nationwide are inadmissible, but nonetheless admitted. In the...

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Herding Bullfrogs Towards a More Balanced Wheelbarrow: An Illustrative Recommendation for Federal Sentencing Post-Booker

by Brian Gallini, Emily Q. Shults,
Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 1-

  The Article first provides an overview of the history and prevailing motivations behind the promulgation of the...

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Help Wanted: Seeking One Good Appellate Brief that Forces the Arkansas Supreme Court to Clarify its Criminal Discovery Jurisprudence

Vol.2009,
(2009),
pp 97-

  This Essay first argues that Arkansas has yet to conclusively articulate when a prosecutorial suppression of...

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From Philly to Fayetteville: Reflections on Teaching Criminal Law in the First Year

Vol.83,
(2011),
pp 475-

  This Essay explores my experience teaching first-year Criminal Law and offers responses to questions like: (1)...

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Equal Sentences for Unequal Participation: Should the Eighth Amendment Allow All Juvenile Murder Accomplices to Receive Life Without Parole?

Vol.87,
(2009),
pp 29-

  No court has addressed the constitutional significance of sentencing juvenile murder accomplices who play a...

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Equity and Criminal Law

Vol.2000,
(2000),
pp 1-

  The relationship between courts of equity and the criminal law in Arkansas is laid out by two black letter rules...

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The Metamorphoses of Reasonable Doubt: How Changes in the Burden of Proof Have Weakened the Presumption of Innocence

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 1165-

  The standard of proof beyond a reasonable doubt is commonly thought to be an important benefit to the accused....

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Driving Through Arkansas? Have Your DNA Sample Ready

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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Views: 359
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Equal Sentences for Unequal Participation: Should the Eighth Amendment Allow All Juvenile Murder Accomplices to Receive Life Without Parole?

Vol.87,
(2009),
pp 29-

  No court has addressed the constitutional significance of sentencing juvenile murder accomplices who play a...

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Views: 529
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From Philly to Fayetteville: Reflections on Teaching Criminal Law in the First Year

Vol.83,
(2011),
pp 475-

  This Essay explores my experience teaching first-year Criminal Law and offers responses to questions like: (1)...

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Views: 643
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Help Wanted: Seeking One Good Appellate Brief that Forces the Arkansas Supreme Court to Clarify its Criminal Discovery Jurisprudence

Vol.2009,
(2009),
pp 97-

  This Essay first argues that Arkansas has yet to conclusively articulate when a prosecutorial suppression of...

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Views: 473
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Herding Bullfrogs Towards a More Balanced Wheelbarrow: An Illustrative Recommendation for Federal Sentencing Post-Booker

by Brian Gallini, Emily Q. Shults,
Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 1-

  The Article first provides an overview of the history and prevailing motivations behind the promulgation of the...

Rating:
0
Votes:
Views: 388
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Police ‘Science’ in the Interrogation Room: Seventy Years of Pseudo-Psychological Interrogation Methods to Obtain Inadmissible Confessions

Vol.61,
(2010),
pp 529-

  Nearly all confessions obtained by interrogators nationwide are inadmissible, but nonetheless admitted. In the...

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0
Votes:
Views: 936
Comments:

Schneckloth v. Bustamonte: History’s Unspoken Fourth Amendment Anomaly

Vol.79,
(2012),
pp 233-

  The officer walking the beat has numerous tools at her disposal to effectuate a warrantless search, the most...

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Views: 670
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Step Out of the Car: License, Registration, and DNA Please

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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Views: 563
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Equity and Criminal Law

Vol.2000,
(2000),
pp 1-

  The relationship between courts of equity and the criminal law in Arkansas is laid out by two black letter rules...

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Views: 935
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The Metamorphoses of Reasonable Doubt: How Changes in the Burden of Proof Have Weakened the Presumption of Innocence

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 1165-

  The standard of proof beyond a reasonable doubt is commonly thought to be an important benefit to the accused....

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Views: 334
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Driving Through Arkansas? Have Your DNA Sample Ready

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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Views: 359
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Equal Sentences for Unequal Participation: Should the Eighth Amendment Allow All Juvenile Murder Accomplices to Receive Life Without Parole?

Vol.87,
(2009),
pp 29-

  No court has addressed the constitutional significance of sentencing juvenile murder accomplices who play a...

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Views: 529
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From Philly to Fayetteville: Reflections on Teaching Criminal Law in the First Year

Vol.83,
(2011),
pp 475-

  This Essay explores my experience teaching first-year Criminal Law and offers responses to questions like: (1)...

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Views: 643
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Help Wanted: Seeking One Good Appellate Brief that Forces the Arkansas Supreme Court to Clarify its Criminal Discovery Jurisprudence

Vol.2009,
(2009),
pp 97-

  This Essay first argues that Arkansas has yet to conclusively articulate when a prosecutorial suppression of...

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Views: 473
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Herding Bullfrogs Towards a More Balanced Wheelbarrow: An Illustrative Recommendation for Federal Sentencing Post-Booker

by Brian Gallini, Emily Q. Shults,
Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 1-

  The Article first provides an overview of the history and prevailing motivations behind the promulgation of the...

Rating:
0
Votes:
Views: 388
Comments:

Police ‘Science’ in the Interrogation Room: Seventy Years of Pseudo-Psychological Interrogation Methods to Obtain Inadmissible Confessions

Vol.61,
(2010),
pp 529-

  Nearly all confessions obtained by interrogators nationwide are inadmissible, but nonetheless admitted. In the...

Rating:
0
Votes:
Views: 936
Comments:

Schneckloth v. Bustamonte: History’s Unspoken Fourth Amendment Anomaly

Vol.79,
(2012),
pp 233-

  The officer walking the beat has numerous tools at her disposal to effectuate a warrantless search, the most...

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Views: 670
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Step Out of the Car: License, Registration, and DNA Please

Vol.62,
(2009),
pp 475-

  No Arkansas appellate court has examined the constitutionality of the recently enacted House Bill 1473 –...

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