104 J. Crim. L. & Criminology [i] (2014)

handle is hein.journals/jclc104 and id is 1 raw text is: THE JOURNAL OF
CRIMINAL LAW
AND
CRIMINOLOGY
CRIMINAL LAW
NEGOTIATING PEREMPTORY CHALLENGES
Caren Myers Morrison
CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS DURING CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS?
APPLYING THE CRIME VICTIMS' RIGHTS ACT BEFORE CRIMINAL CHARGES ARE FILED
Paul G. Cassell, Nathanael J. Mitchell & Bradley J. Edwards
CRIMINAL CONSTITUTIONAL AVOIDANCE
William W. Berry III
CRIMINOLOGY
THE HEDONIC CONSEQUENCES OF PUNISHMENT REVISITED
Christopher Wildeman, Kristin Turney & Jason Schnittker
COMMENTS
IMPOSING INDIGENCE: RECLAIMING THE QUALIFIED RIGHT TO
COUNSEL OF CHOICE IN CRIMINAL ASSET FORFEITURE CASES
Matthew R. Lasky
LOSING OUR INNOCENCE: THE ILLINOIS SUCCESSIVE POSTCONVICTION
ACTUAL INNOCENCE PETITION STANDARD AFTER PEOPLE v EDWARDS
Vanessa J. Szalapski
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
VOLUME 104 / NUMBER 1 / WINTER 2014

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