50 Ct. Rev. 1 (2014)

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Volume 50, Issue 1
Review

THE  JOURNAL  OF  THE  AMERICAN  JUDGES  ASSOCIATION

TABLE

Judge Steve Leben
Kansas Court of Appeals
Professor Alan Tomkins
University of Nebraska
Charles E Campbell
National Center for State Courts
Justine Greve
Kansas Court of Appeals
Andrea Avila
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Kelly Lynn Anders
Kansas City, Missouri
Judge Karen Arnold-Burger
Kansas Court of Appeals
Pamela Casey, Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts
Judge B. Michael Dann
National Institute of Justice
Judge Julie Kunce Field
Fort Collins, Colorado
Judge John Irwin
Nebraska Court of Appeals
Judge Leslie G. Johnson
American Institute for Justice

OF  CONTENTS

4    Scrutinizing Confessions in a New Era of Juvenile Jurisprudence
Joshua A. Tepfer Laura H. Nirider, and Steven A. Drizin
12    Expert Testimony in Juvenile and Adult Alleged False-Confession Cases
I. Bruce Frumkin

20     Empathy, Acceptance of Responsibility, and Compelled Testimony in
Juvenile Transfer Hearings: Legal Context and Empirical Evidence
Kirk Heilbrun, Sanjay Shah, Elizabeth Foster,
Michael Keesler and Stephanie Brooks Holliday
32     Protections for Juveniles in Self-Incriminating Legal Contexts,
Developmentally Considered
Thomas Grisso

2   Editor's Note

3   President's Column
40    The Resource Page

Steven Lubet
Northwestern University
Judge Gregory E. Mize
Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth Neeley, Ph.D.
University of Nebraska

David Rottman, Ph.D.
National Center for State Courts

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