70 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1985)

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VOLUME 70LAW REVIEW

March 1985

IN TIS ISSUE

NUMBER 1

President's Message                                                            2
Richard G. Hoffman
Ninth Annual Report of The Chief Justice of The Supreme Judicial               3
Court
Honorable Edward E Hennessey
Do Intermediate Appellate Courts Have a Lawmaking Function?                   10
Benjamin Kaplan
Chapter 93A, 11: The Massachusetts Little ET.C. Act                          14
Jack R. Pirozzolo and Richard L. Binder
Defective Motor Vehicles: The Massachusetts Lemon Law and                     30
Recent Used Car Cases Under Chapter 93A
Joseph P. McEttrick
Case & Statute Comments                                                       40
Environmental Law-Hazardous Waste Disposal Facility-Ability
of City or Town to Prevent Siting
Tort Law-Malicious Prosecution-Right to Maintain Action                       41
After Nolle Prosequi
Criminal Law-Sufficiency of Evidence Before Grand Jury-                       42
Withholding Exculpatory Matter
Evidence-Prior Criminal Conviction-Appellate Review                   of      44
Discretionary Admissibility
Criminal Law-Search and Seizure-Protective Search                             46
Opinions of the Committee on Professional Ethics                              50
Editor's Note                                                                 51
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1984-1985
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