33 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/nejccc33 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND
JOURNAL ON CRIMINAL
AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 33             WINTER 2007             NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
F O R EW O R D   ...........................................................................................................  1
SYMPOSIUM
WOMEN BEHIND BARS: ISSUES CONFRONTING INCARCERATED WOMEN
MOVING TOWARD A GENDER-APPROPRIATE RESPONSE IN THE
CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Ryan  S. K ing  .................................................................................................... .  3
A THREE-MINUTE INTRODUCTION TO THE IMPACT OF SENTENCE AND
ADMINISTRATIVE SANCTIONS ON FEMALE OFFENDERS' REHABILITATION
OPPORTUNITIES
Commissioner Kathleen  Dennehy ...................................................................  15
DON'T FORGET THE CHILDREN
Honorable Judge Margaret Fearey ................................................................ 23
ARTICLES
THE COSTS OF JUDICIAL RESTRAINT: FORGONE OPPORTUNITIES TO LIMIT
AMERICA'S IMPRISONMENT BINGE
R obert B atey  ..................................................................................................   29
THE IMPOTENCE OF BEING EARNEST: STATUS OF THE UNITED NATIONS STANDARD
MINIMUM RULES FOR THE TREATMENT OF PRISONERS IN EUROPE AND THE
UNITED STATES
Sara  A . Rodriguez  ........................................................................................... 61
NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD
BARGAINS OR UNCONSTITUTIONAL CONTRACTS? HOW ENFORCEMENT OF
PROBATION ORDERS AS CONTRACTS COULD TAKE THE REASONABLENESS OUT
OF PROBATION SEARCHES
D avid   T.  R eindl ................................................................................................  123
CASE COMMENTS
COMMONWEALTH V. GONSAL VES: ERRONEOUSLY EXPANDING THE CONCEPT OF
POLICE INTERROGATION SET FORTH IN CRA WFORD V. WASHINGTON TO
INCLUDE INVESTIGATORY POLICE INTERROGATIONS
M organ  M   L ong  .............................................................................................. 17 1

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