May 2003

May 2003

 

Articles in this Issue

  1. ‘Thank you for believing me’

    ‘Thank you for believing me’ Scott West

  2. A Case of Mistaken Identity: Justice Finally Achieved

    A Case of Mistaken Identity: Justice Finally Achieved Stephen Baylis Hrones May 2003 It was October 31, 1994, Halloween night in Boston and nine-year old Jermaine Goffigan went trick-or-treating in his grandmother's housing development in Roxbury, known as Academy Homes. Earlier that evening, a dri

  3. Affiliate News

    Affiliate News Gerald Lippert

  4. Comparison of standards: A strategy for explaining proof beyond a reasonable doubt

    Comparison of standards: A strategy for explaining proof beyond a reasonable doubt Thomas Lundy Jury Instruction May 2003 999 Because the reasonable doubt standard may be difficult to define, and in some courts no definition is given at all, one possible approach is to compare the proof beyond a reas

  5. Delusional justice

    Delusional justice Chris Adams

  6. Evaluating Forensic DNA Evidence, Part 2

    Evaluating Forensic DNA Evidence, Part 2 William C. Thompson

  7. In the Ninth we trust

    In the Ninth we trust Milton Hirsch, David Oscar Markus

  8. NACDL News

    NACDL NEWS Staff

  9. New York court finds failure to raise rates of assigned counsel violates state constitution

    New York court finds failure to raise rates of assigned counsel violates state constitution Susan J. Walsh

  10. Norman Reimer receives NACDL’s 2002 Champion of Indigent Defense Award

    Norman Reimer receives NACDL’s 2002 Champion of Indigent Defense Award Susan J. Walsh

  11. Searching government offices and computers

    Searching government offices and computers Barry Tarlow

  12. The federal sentencing guidelines and the end of the adversary system

    The federal sentencing guidelines and the end of the adversary system Lawrence Goldman

  13. The psychometrics and science of standardized field sobriety tests, Part 1

    The psychometrics and science of standardized field sobriety tests, Part 1 Steven Rubenzer

  14. The role of the grand jury in capital prosecutions

    The role of the grand jury in capital prosecutions Thomas K. Maher, Christopher Fialko

  15. Using Polygraph Evidence after Scheffer, Part 1

    Using Polygraph Evidence after Scheffer, Part 1 Charles Daniels