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32 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement [v] (2006)
Table of Contents - Issue 2

handle is hein.journals/nejccc32 and id is 5 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND
JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL
AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 32            SUMMER 2006              NUMBER 2
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
SEARCH AND SNIFF: WHAT'S LEFT OF THE FOURTH AMENDMENT
AFTER ILLINOIS V. CABALLES?
Joshua  B . A dam s, J D   ...................................................................................... 185
CAVEAT PROSECUTOR: WHERE COURTS WENT WRONG IN APPLYING
ROBERTSON'S Two-TIERED ANALYSIS TO PLEA BARGAINING
AND HOW TO CORRECT THEIR MISTAKES
C olin  M iller, J D   .............................................................................................. 209
CASE COMMENTS
VICTIM IMPACT STATEMENTS IN CAPITAL SENTENCING AND HUMPHRIES
v. OZMNT-Do WORTHLESS DEFENDANTS PAY A HIGHER PRICE?
P am ela  K uhn  .................................................................................................... 25 1
WANTED POSTERS ON THE INTERNET: UNITED STATES V. CARMICHAEL
AND NEW CRIMINAL DEFENSE TOOLS TO LEVEL THE PLAYING
FIELD
Jenny  R .  Yampolsky  .......................................................................................... 279
NOTES
USING INSTANT MESSAGES AS EVIDENCE TO CONVICT CRIMINALS IN
LIGHT OF NATIONAL SECURITY: ISSUES OF PRIVACY AND
AUTHENTICATION
N icole  C ohen  .................................................................................................... 3 13
TIMBER THEFT IN NATIONAL FORESTS: SOLUTIONS TO PREVENTING
THE WIDESPREAD, UNDERPROSECUTED, AND UNDERPUNISHED
CRIME
L isa  M   P aciello  ............................................................................................... 345
COPYRIGHT LAW AND THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT:
DO THE PENALTIES FIT THE CRIME?
John  B .  C lark  ................................................................................................... 373

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