80 Mass. L. Rev. 1 (1995)

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VOLUME 80

March 1995

LAW REVIEW

IN THIS ISSUE

HIV Confidentiality and the Right to Warn -
The Health Care Provider's Dilemma
Bernard Friedland
Sentencing Advocacy in the
Massachusetts District Courts
Wendy J. Kaplan
Case & Statute Comments
Civil Rights - Availability of Remedies:
Mass. Equal Rights Act - G.L.M. c.151B
Criminal Law - Witnesses - Spontaneous
Utterances
The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth:
Will Commonwealth v. Lanigan Lead to the
Use of Polygraph Test Results in Criminal Trials?

Cover photo of the Edgartown Courthouse, Dukes County, by George Peet.
 Keller and Peet Associates 1995. All rights reserved.
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