55 Am. Crim. L. Rev. [v] (2018)
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                              AMERICAN
                              CRIMINAL
                              LAW  REVIEW



VOLUME 55                    SUMMER 2018                     NUMBER 3






                              CONTENTS

                              ARTICLES
THE PLAUSIBLE AND THE POSSIBLE: A BAYESIAN APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF
    REASONABLE SUSPICION   .............................W. David Ball 511
SUSPECT EVIDENCE AND COALMINE CANARIES ................ Russell D. Covey    537
IS A FRIEND TRULY A FRIEND IF YOU CAN JUST LEAVE IT IN THE GARAGE? TOYOTA'S
    AND HONDA'S CONCEPT CARS COULD HAVE SIGNIFICANT FOURTH AMENDMENT
    IMPLICATIONS ...................................... George Dery   585
Nor-So-GREAT EXPECTATIONS: IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS IN THE SUPREME COURT'S CONSENT TO
    SEARCH DOCTRINE ..............................Diana  R. Donahoe        619
SMOKE BUT NO FIRE: WHEN INNOCENT PEOPLE ARE WRONGLY CONVICTED OF CRIMES
    THAT NEVER HAPPENED       ............................ Jessica S. Henry  665
ASSESSING THE REAL RISK OF SEXUALLY VIOLENT PREDATORS: DOCTOR PADILLA'S
    DANGEROUS DATA ...........Tamara Rice Lave and Franklin E. Zimring     705
                                 NOTES
FAR FROM HOME: THE ADDITIONAL PUNISHMENT OF D.C.'s OUT-OF-STATE DETENTION
    POLICY AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR REFORM ................ Rebecca Cooper 789
MISTAKE OF AGE AS A DEFENSE?: LOOKING TO LEGISLATIVE EVIDENCE FOR THE
    ANSWER .......................................   Kathleen Houck          813
DEMANDING THE LAST WORD: WHY DEFENDANTS DESERVE THE FINAL
    CLOSING ARGUMENT DURING THE SENTENCING PHASE OF CAPITAL
    CASES .........       ...................      Lauren Morehouse   841


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