42 Akron L. Rev. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/aklr42 and id is 1 raw text is: AKRON LAW REVIEW
Volume 42, No. 1                                            2009
CONTENTS
ADDRESS
NOT THE CITY OF GOD: THE MULTIPLICITY OF
WRONGS AND RULES ............................................... Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr.  1
ARTICLES
RATIONALIZING THE CONSTITUTION:
THE MILITARY COMMISSIONS ACT AND THE
DUBIOUS LEGACY OF EXPARTE QUIRIN ................................. Chad DeVeaux  13
EXAMINING CRACK COCAINE SENTENCING IN A
POST-KIMBROUGH WORLD ............................................. Michael B. Cassidy  105
TO CATCH THE LION, TETHER THE GOAT:
ENTRAPMENT, CONSPIRACY, AND
SENTENCING MANIPULATION ................................ Derrick Augustus Carter 135
RELIGION IN THE SCHOOLS: ON PRAYER,
NEUTRALITY, AND SECTARIAN PERSPECTIVES ....................... Mark Strasser 185
COMMENT
THE SCIENCE AND STATISTICS BEHIND SPANKING
SUGGEST THAT LAWS ALLOWING CORPORAL
PUNISHMENT ARE IN THE BEST INTERESTS
OF THE  CHILD  ..................................................................... Jason  M   Fuller  243
NOTE
CALCULATING CREDIBILITY: STATE V. SHARMA
AND THE FUTURE OF POLYGRAPH
ADMISSIBILITY IN OHIO AND BEYOND .......................... Vincent V Vigluicci 319

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