American Criminal Law Review
Volume 48, Issue 3
Summer 2011
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Beyond Rehabilitation: A New Theory of Indeterminate Sentencing
Michael M. O'Hear
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Deal or No Deal: Why Courts Should Allow Defendants to Present Evidence that They Rejected Favorable Plea Bargains
Colin Miller
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Wavering on Waiver: Montejo v. Louisiana and the Sixth Amendment Right to Counsel
Eda Katharine Tinto
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Executing Those Who Do Not Kill: A Categorical Approach to Proportional Sentencing
Joseph Trigilio & Tracy Casadio
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Judicial Discretion to Consider Sentencing Disparities Created by Fast-Track Programs: Resolving the Post-Kimbrough Circuit Split
Tom McKay
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Blowing the Whistle on the Dodd-Frank Amendments: The Case Against the New Amendments to Whistleblower Protection in Section 806 of Sarbanes-Oxley
Meghan Elizabeth King
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Seized by the Moment—But Which Moment? How a Physical Force Seizure Requires Only Contact With Intent to Restrain, Not Intentional Termination of Movement
Allison K. Wyman
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Can a Right be Less than the Sum of its Parts? How the Conflation of Compulsory Process and Due Process Guarantees Diminishes Criminal Defendants' Rights
Stacey Kime
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