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28 Geo. Mason L. Rev. [i] (2020-2021)

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Volume 28                      Fall 2020                     Number 1

Contents
Developments
Debunking the Big is Bad Bogeyman:
How Facebook Benefits Consumers .......................... Christopher Marchese   1
Articles
State Anti-Lenity Statutes and Judicial Resistance:
What A Long Strange Trip It's Been........................... Samuel A. Thumma  49
Jack of All Trades, Masters of None:
Giving Jurors the Tools They Need to
Reach the Right Verdict .........................................Marina Garcia Marmolejo 149
Interim United States Attorneys ........................................ James A. Heilpern 187
Bush v. Gore's Uniformity Principle and the
Equal Protection Right to Vote.......................................... Michael T. Morley 229
A Paradigm for the Proper Use of Pre-Majority
Conduct in Prosecuting Continuing Crimes......................... Melvin L. Otey  307
Privately Ordered Fiduciaries............................... Megan Wischmeier Shaner  345
Comments
Into the Multiverse:
Replacing the Intelligible Principle Standard With a
Modern Multi-Theory of Nondelegation............................ Cody Ray Milner  395
When Your Blackjack Dealer Takes a Hit:
How Nevada Assembly Bill 132 Threatens
Vegas Casinos in an Age Of Legalized Marijuana................... Harry Arnold  449
Bailment Law as Part of a Property-Based
Fourth Amendment Framework ............................................. Jeremy M. Hall 481

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