19 New Crim. L. Rev. [i] (2016)

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NEW CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW

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1      MISUNDERSTOOD: A JUVENILE'S ABILITY TO BE COMPETENT
       ENOUGH TO UNDERSTAND THE CONSEQUENCES OF
       A GUILTY PLEA
       Jeffrey W Stowers Jr.

42      ENGINEERING COMPREHENSIBLE YOUTH INTERROGATION
        RIGHTS
        Joseph Eastwood, Brent Snook, Kirk Luther, and Stuart Freedman

63      JURORS' EVALUATIONS OF A HIGH SCHOOL BULLYING CASE
        IN WHICH THE VICTIM ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
        Rachel H. Gentry and Kerri L. Pickel

93      MITIGATING THE COERCIVE EFFECT OF THE SCHOOLHOUSE
        SETTING: ADOLESCENTS' MIRANDA RIGHTS AND LAW
        ENFORCEMENT INTERROGATIONS AT SCHOOLS
        Natalie Short

109     INTERROGATION OF JUVENILES: ARE PARENTS THE BEST
        DEFENDERS OF JUVENILES' RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT?
        Jennifer Alberts

125     FALSE MEMORIES AND YOUNG CHILD WITNESSES
        Angela D. Moore


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