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4 Crim. Just. Ethics 1 (1985)

handle is hein.journals/crimjeth4 and id is 1 raw text is: CRIMINAL



VOLUME 4/NUMBER 1                                                              WINTER/SPRING 1985
COMMENTARY: The Unreasonable Reasonableness Test for Fourth Amendment
Searches / PATRICIA M. WALD                                                               2
Retributivism, Moral Education, and the         Pure Legal Advocates and Moral
Liberal State / JEFFRIE G. MURPHY          3    Agents: Two Concepts of a Lawyer
in an Adversary System I
Incorrigibility Laws: The State's Role          ELLIOT D. COHEN                           38
in Resolving Intrafamily Conflict /
MARTIN GUGGENHEIM                         11    Criminal Theory as an International
Discipline: Reflections on the 1984
Families in Need of Supervision I               Freiburg Workshop /
DANIEL D. LEDDY, JR.                     19     GEORGE P. FLETCHER                        60
Review Essay / The Ethics of Secrecy     78     Book Review / Reform and Punishment       85
Sissela Bok Secrets: On the Ethics of          Michael Tonry and Franklin E.
Concealment and Revelation I                   Zimring, eds. Reform and Punishment:
BERNARD GERT                                    Essays on Criminal Sentencing I
Publications Received                     90
Announcements                            90    Programs                                   91

Editors William C. Heffernan, Shirley R. Schnitzer
Managing Editor Margaret Doyle
Associate Editors Jeffrey Blustein, Rogers Brubaker, Frederick A.
Elliston, Lotte Feinberg, Barry Latzer, Barbara Raffel Price
Production Editor Bert N. Zelman
Art Director Betty Binns
Circulation Manager Maribel Perez

Copyright © 1985
Criminal Justice Ethics / ISSN 0731-129X
The Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics / 444 West 56th Street /
New York, NY 10019. The journal is sent without charge to all
members of the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics. Information
about membership is provided on the opposite page.

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