September/October 2003

September/October 2003

 

Articles in this Issue

  1. A graphic crime scene: Daubert and the evolving standards for forensic evidence

    A graphic crime scene: Daubert and the evolving standards for forensic evidence Jon M. Sands, Robyn Greenberg Varcoe

  2. Affiliate News

    Affiliate News Gerald Lippert

  3. Don't do that!

    Don't do that! How to avoid the most common mistakes made by defense lawyers Cheryl D. Stein

  4. NACDL News

    Annual meeting highlights include resolution on military tribunal ethics and innovative CLE; new leadership sworn-in Daniel Dodson

  5. New Jerseys statute held unconstitutional: Prosecutors may not benefit from forfeiture cases

    New Jersey's statute held unconstitutional: Prosecutors may not benefit from forfeiture cases David B. Smith

  6. Part 2: Essential cases to know in handling challenges to scientific evidence

    Part 2: Essential cases to know in handling challenges to scientific evidence Leonard R. Stamm

  7. Pretrial Release: Community Ties in the 21st Century

    Pretrial Release: Community Ties in the 21st Century Douglas Trant

  8. Reviews in Review: Bail; Changing laws through violence and subversion

    Bail; Changing laws through violence and subversion Ellen Podgor

  9. Rollin, Rollin, Rollin

    Rollin', Rollin', Rollin' Barry Tarlow

  10. Seized Opportunity

    Seized Opportunity Scott Miles

  11. The criminal justice system needs mending

    The criminal justice system needs mending E. E. (Bo) Edwards

  12. The myth of fingerprints

    The myth of fingerprints Edward J. Imwinkelried

  13. The presidents power to seize property in the post-september 11 world: The International Emergency

    The president's power to seize property in the post-september 11 world: The International Emergency Economic Act John D. Cline

  14. Third party guilt: The crucial role of defense theory instructions

    Third party guilt: The crucial role of defense theory instructions Thomas Lundy

  15. Using new evidence of a constitutional violation to get a new trial

    Using new evidence of a constitutional violation to get a new trial Paul Mogin

  16. Whats on the menu?

    What's on the menu? Chris Adams

  17. When the accused faces loss of family and property, as well as liberty

    When the accused faces loss of family and property, as well as liberty Miriam Gohara