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2 Crim. L. Brief [i] (2006-2007)

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American University Washington College of Law

SPECIAL FEATURE:
INTERNET GAMBLING
Criminalizing Internet
Gambling: Should the
Federal Government Keep
Bluffing or Fold?
Wesley Scott Ashton
Bluffing? The Legia-ve'
Response to Internet
Gambling
Jon Fe/don

ALSO N TisISSUE:
The Prosecutor's Role: A
Response to Professor Davis
Randall D. Eliason
Escaping a tirofAe;
Children Whit Kill Their
,Bhtterers andl the Proper RoI eof
''Battered Chil Syndrome in
Their Ikftnse
Julie Rowe
Courts, Cops, Citizens, and
Criminals: How Courts Misapply
Seibert to Question-First
Interrogations and How They
Can Fix It
Justin D. Heminger

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