94 J. Crim. L. & Criminology [i] (2003-2004)

handle is hein.journals/jclc94 and id is 1 raw text is: The Journal of
Criminal Law &
Criminology
VOLUME 94/NUMBER 1/FALL 2003

CONTENTS
Criminal Law
Apprendi in the States: The Virtues of Federalism as a
Structural Limit on Errors
Stephanos  Bibas  ........................................  I
Respect and the Fourth Amendment
Andrew  E.  Taslitz  ......................................  15
Criminology
The Relationship Between Public Perceptions of Crime
Seriousness and Support for Plea-Bargaining Practices
in Israel: A Factorial-Survey Approach
Sergio  H erzog  ..........................................  103
Comments

Drug Courts and the De Facto Legalization of Drug Use
for Participants in Residential Treatment Facilities
Andrew  Armstrong ......................................
It's Not Always About the Money: Why the State Identity
Theft Laws Fail to Adequately Address Criminal
Record Identity Theft
M ichael  W . Perl ........................................

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