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2 Charlotte L. Rev. 1 (2010)
Table of Contents - Issue 1

handle is hein.journals/charlolwr2 and id is 1 raw text is: CHARLOTTE LAW REVIEW
Volume 2                Spring 2010              Number 1
SYMPOSIUM-JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Bryant Morrison  1
PANEL 1: AN INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY
EXCERPTS FROM SYMPOSIUM TRANSCRIPT
Compiled by Andrew Perry  3
COMMENT: NORTH CAROLINA'S PUBLIC FUNDING OF
STATE JUDICIAL RACES: INNOVATIVE WAVE OF
THE FUTURE OR BAND-AID FOR A FATALLY
FLAWED SYSTEM?
David Wilson  13
PANEL 2: SENTENCING GUIDELINES
EXCERPTS FROM SYMPOSIUM TRANSCRIPT
Compiled by Tracy B. Silver  31
DECONSTRUCTING THE CAREER OFFENDER GUIDELINE
Amy Baron-Evans  39
Jennifer Coffin
Sara Silva
COMMENT: GUIDELINES AS GUIDELINES: LESSONS
FROM THE HISTORY OF SENTENCING REFORM
Rakesh N. Kilaru 101
ARTICLES
ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD: A CRITIQUE OF
WAIVERS AND CONGRESSIONAL MANDATES ON
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANTS
Phyliss Craig-Taylor 145
IS PROPERTY MORE IMPORTANT THAN PEOPLE? THE
MORAL INADEQUACY OF MODEL RULE OF
PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT 1.6
Victoria Vuletich 187

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