March 2010

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Articles in this Issue

  1. Affiliate News

    Affiliate News

  2. Beyond Brady: Using Model Rule 3.8(d) in Federal Court for Discovery of Exculpatory Information

    Beyond Brady: Using Model Rule 3.8(d) in Federal Court for Discovery of Exculpatory Information

  3. Book and DVD Reviews

    Book and DVD Reviews

  4. Exculpatory Evidence Getting It and Using It

    Exculpatory Evidence Getting It and Using It

  5. I Hate to Tell You This

    I Hate to Tell You This

  6. Inside NACDL: Federal Discovery Reform: DOJ's Baby Steps are Inadequate

    Federal Discovery Reform: DOJ's Baby Steps are Inadequate

  7. NACDL News

    NACDL News

  8. National Security Watch

    National Security Watch

  9. Suing for Prosecutorial Misconduct

    Susing for Prosecutorial Misconduct Joel B. Rudin March 2010 24 More than 33 years ago in Imbler v. Pachtman, 1 the Supreme Court laid to rest any meaningful possibility that wrongfully convicted criminal defendants might obtain money damages for prosecutorial misconduct — or so it appeared. Relyi

  10. The Prosecutors Duty of Disclosure Under ABA Model Rule 3.8(d)

    The Prosecutor's Duty of Disclosure Under ABA Model Rule 3.8(d)

  11. Trespassing on Due Process: Constitutional Objections to Improper Closing Argument

    Trespassing on Due Process: Constitutional Objections to Improper Closing Argument

  12. Unjust Courtroom Practice: Always Seating the Prosecution Closest to the Jury

    Unjust Courtroom Practice: Always Seating the Prosecution Closest to the Jury

  13. White Collar Crime: FCPA Enforcement Update

    White-Collar Crime Multiple Authors March 2010 Page 56  FCPA Enforcement Update DOJ Targets the Health Care Industry Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”)1 has increased over the past several years. In 2009 alone, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) and the Securities Excha