33 N.C. Cent. L. Rev. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/ncclj33 and id is 1 raw text is: North Carolina Central Law Review

VOLUME 33               2010                NUMBER 1
CONTENTS                   PAGE
ARTICLES
BRIDGING THE GAP: How UNITED STATES V.
MUNN CORRECTLY INTERPRETS THE
LEGISLATIVE INTENT OF AMENDMENT 706
ADDRESSING THE DISPARITY BETWEEN
CRACK AND COCAINE OFFENSES ............Alyn Goodson  1
THE 2009 AMENDMENT TO FEDERAL
RULE 15(A)(1) - A STUDY IN AMBIGUITY. Susan E. Hauser 10
EXPANDING THE ROLE OF NORTH CAROLINA
STATE COURTS IN RESOLVING
PUBLIC HOUSING DISPUTES ......................Nooree Lee  40
THE LEAST OF THESE: A CONSTITUTIONAL
CHALLENGE TO NORTH CAROLINA'S
SEXUAL OFFENDER LAWS AND
N.C. GEN. STAT. 14-208.18 ..........Brian P. LiVecchi  53
REAUTHORIZING SCHIP:
ONLY A STARTING POINT.................... Pamela Newell 109

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