31 Hamline L. Rev. [i] (2008)
Table of Contents - Issue 2

handle is hein.journals/hamlrv31 and id is 353 raw text is: HAMLINE LAW REVIEW
351     Without a Doubt, a Sharp and Radical Departure: The Minnesota
Supreme Court's Decision to Change Plain Error Review of Unobjected-to
Prosecutorial Error in State v. Ramey
James A. Morrow and Joshua R. Larson
405     Minnesota's Distortion of Rule 609
Ted Sampsell-Jones
443     Finland's Electronic Signature Act and E.Government Act: Facilitating
Security in E-Commerce and Online Public Services
Stephen E. Blythe
471     Ngo Excuses: Proving, Rebutting, and Excusing Failure to Exhaust
Administrative Remedies in Prisoner Suits After Woodford v. Ngo and
Jones v. Bock
Gray Proctor
505     Al-Naseer's Deadly Knowledge: The Mens Rea Requirement of the
Vehicular Homicide Statute Based on Leaving the Scene of an Accident
Amber J. Christenson
549     What Would Sherman Do? Overturning the Per Se Illegality of Minimum
Vertical Price Restraints Under the Sherman Act in Leegin Creative
Leather Products, Inc. v. PSKS, Inc. Was Not as Reasonable as It Seemed
Jessica L. Taralson

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