35 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/nejccc35 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON
CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 35                      WINTER                      NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
F O RE W O R D   .............................................................................................................. 1
ARTICLES
THE GREAT WRIT DIMINISHED
Lynn  A delm an  .................................................................................................... . . 3
PUNISHMENT BY ANOTHER NAME: THE INHERENT OVERREACHING
IN SEXUALLY DANGEROUS PERSON COMMITMENTS
John  A . F ennel  ...................................................................................................  37
COURT-MARTIAL JURISDICTION OVER CIVILIANS IN
CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS: A NEW TWIST
Colonel R. Peter  M asterton  ..............................................................................   65
WHAT HAPPENS BEHIND LOCKED DOORS: THE DIFFICULTY OF
ADDRESSING AND ELIMINATING RAPE IN PRISON
A nthony  C .  Thom pson  ......................................................................................... 119
NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD
PRIMARY, SIGNIFICANT, OR MERELY MORE THAN INCIDENTAL:
WHAT LEVEL OF INTENT DOES THE FEDERAL DRUG-INVOLVED
PREMISES STATUTE REALLY REQUIRE?
M atthew   P . F itzsim m ons  ...................................................................................... 177
CASE COMMENT
GUILTY BY ASSOCIATION: WHAT THE DECISION IN BOSTON
HOUSING A UTHORITY V. GARCIA MEANS FOR THE INNOCENT
FAMILY MEMBERS OF CRIMINALS LIVING IN PUBLIC HOUSING IN
MASSACHUSETTS
Tim othy  E . H einle  ................................................................................................ 2 13

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