2006 BYU L. Rev. [i] (2006)

handle is hein.journals/byulr2006 and id is 1 raw text is: Brigham Young University
Law Review
VOLUME 2006                                               NUMBER 1
ARTICLES
Fixing the Constable's Blunder: Can One Trial Judge in
One County in One State Nudge a Nation Beyond the
Exclusionary Rule?
H . M itchell Caldwell  .......................................................................  1
Considering Standing, Sincerity, and Antidiscrimination
Chapin  Cim  ino  Cody  ...................................................................   71
COMMENTS
Political Silence at Church: The Empty Threat of Removing
Tax-Exempt Status for Insubstantial Attempts To Influence
Legislation
D avid  M . A ndersen  ....................................................................... 115
Penny Wise, Pound Foolish: Why Investors Would Be Foolish
To Pay a Penny or a Pound for the Protections Provided by
Sarbanes-Oxley
C ory  L. Braddock ........................................................................... 175
Establishment Clause Jurisprudence and the Free Exercise
Dilemma: A Structural Unitary-Accommodationist Argument
for the Constitutionality of God in the Public Square
Carolyn  A . D everich ....................................................................... 211
NOTE
Federal Wetland Jurisdiction and the Power To Regulate
Commerce: Searching for the Nexus in Gerke Excavating
Joshua  L . Lee ................................................................................. 263

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