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11 Md. L. F. 1 (1988)

handle is hein.journals/marylf11 and id is 1 raw text is: EDITOR'S NOTE
On behalf of the Editorial Board and staff of the Maryland Law Forum, I am pleased to
present the Spring, 1988 issue. We explore a variety of issues confronting legislators,
politicians and the judiciary in Maryland. The lead article, by Congressman Benjamin Cardin
and Robert Rhudy, is based on an action plan to provide legal services to the underprivileged
in Maryland. The plan outlines the available tools and the necessary steps to ensure equal
representation for all Maryland citizens.
Jeffrey Ayres and Kathleen Gavin examine Maryland's outdated anti-labor injunction statute
and propose an alternative to the restrictive terms of the current Yellow Dog Act. We have also
included a discussion of appropriate aftercare for the mentally handicapped and an
assessment of Maryland's ambiguous Death Penalty sentencing statute.
This issue also features a timely analysis of Maryland's Lemon Laws in which the author
suggests the need for refinement. Finally, the Perspective segment addresses the ongoing
dispute over the role and application of the exclusionary rule, including a proposal for
balancing the interests of society and the rights of the criminal defendant.
The Forum continues to present contemporary issues of legal significance in the traditional
scholarly manner. We express sincere gratitude to the Student Bar Association, faculty and
administration of the University of Maryland Law School for their support of our efforts.
Karen R. Johnson
Editor-in-Chief

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