January/February 2004

January/February 2004

 

Articles in this Issue

  1. 2004 Presidential candidates on criminal issues

    2004 Presidential candidates on criminal issues

  2. Affiliate News

    Affiliate News Gerald Lippert

  3. E-mails sent during the business day may not be admissible as business records

    E-mails sent during the business day may not be admissible as business records Kathryn Keneally

  4. Fighting the Feeney fear factor: The federal courts strike back

    Fighting the Feeney fear factor: The federal courts strike back

  5. Getting around Gideon: The illusions of effective assistance of counsel

    Getting around Gideon: The illusions of effective assistance of counsel E.E. (Bo) Edwards

  6. Hall of shame: The slickster

    Hall of shame: The slickster Barry Tarlow

  7. Lethal injection and the Georgia Supreme Courts new millennium

    Lethal injection and the Georgia Supreme Court's new millennium Mike Mears

  8. NACDL News

    NACDL News Richard Bing

  9. Obtaining evidence in the United States for use in foreign countries (without using a treaty)

    Obtaining evidence in the United States for use in foreign countries (without using a treaty) Nancy Hollander, John Boyd

  10. Potential, but no opportunity

    Potential, but no opportunity Gregory B. English

  11. Securing funding for your mitigation specialists

    Securing funding for your mitigation specialists Chris Adams

  12. The Georgia Justice Project turns lives around through aggressive defense, holistic relationships

    The Georgia Justice Project turns lives around through aggressive defense, holistic relationships Douglas Ammar

  13. The ten commandments of setting and collecting attorneys fees in criminal cases: Redux (Part 2)

    The ten commandments of setting and collecting attorney's fees in criminal cases: Redux (Part 2) John Wesley Hall Jr.