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3 Crim. L. Brief [i] (2007-2008)

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CRIMINAL LA w BRIEF
American University Washington College of Law

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IN THIS ISSUE:

Executive Clemency: The Lethal
Absence of Hope
Jonathan Harris and
Lothl6rien Redmond
Now Performing in a Courtroom
Near You: The Elderly Eyewitness!
To Believe or Not to Believe That is
the Question
John W Clark III, Ph.D. and,
Roger Enriquez
The Immigration Consequences
of Criminal Conduct
Nelson A. Vargas-Padilla
Unveiling Informant Testimony:
The Unconstitutionality
of the Jencks Act
Stephen C. Leckar

Editorial:
State v. Defendant v. Victim: The
Potential Problem When Victims
Enter an Appearance in Criminal
Cases
Kendra Mullin
Book Review:
IF I DID IT, by O.J Simpson
If He Did It, Would It Matter?
Kimberly Ngutyen
Supreme Court Watch:
Recent Decisions and Upcoming
Criminal Cases for the 2007-2008
Docket
Jedidiah Sorokin-i ltmann

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