September/October 2006

September/October 2006

 

Articles in this Issue

  1. An Ironic Corollary to the Proffer Problem: Dead-to-Rights is Better Off

    An Ironic Corollary to the Proffer Problem: Dead-to-Rights is Better Off Lisa A. Matewson

  2. Deferred Prosecution Agreements: Ray of Hope or Guilty Plea by Another Name?

    Deferred Prosecution Agreements: Ray of Hope or Guilty Plea by Another Name? Joan McPhee

  3. Getting to Reasonableness Crafting an Effective Downward Departure Post-Booker

    Getting to Reasonableness --Crafting an Effective Downward Departure Post-Booker Marc S. Raspanti,Jodeen M. Hobbs

  4. Jurors Must Unanimously Reject Defenses Before Convicting

    Jurors Must Unanimously Reject Defenses Before Convicting Thomas Lundy

  5. Knock and Announce Violations After Hudson v. Michigan

    Knock and Announce Violations After Hudson v. Michigan Gerald F. Uelman

  6. Lethal Incompetence

    Lethal Incompetence Ty Alper

  7. NACDL Awarded Grant for Capital Trial Trainings

    NACDL Awarded Grant for Capital Trial Trainings Terrica Redfield

  8. NACDL News

    NACDL News Jack King

  9. Queen for a Day From Hell: How to Handle a Troubling Proffer Letter

    Queen for a Day From Hell: How to Handle a Troubling Proffer Letter Jon May

  10. Standing Up for Corporations

    Standing Up for Corporations Martin S. Pinales

  11. State Legislative Affairs Update

    State Legislative Affairs Update Scott Ehlers

  12. The Continuing Struggle for Just, Effective and Constitutional Sentencing After United States v. Boo

    The Continuing Struggle for Just, Effective and Constitutional Sentencing After United States v. Booker Amy Baron-Evans

  13. Traps for the Unwary: Cross References and Guideline Sentencing

    Traps for the Unwary: Cross References and Guideline Sentencing