36 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/nejccc36 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON
CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 36                       WINTER                       NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
F O R EW O R D   .............................................................................................................. 1
ARTICLES
DAZED AND CONFUSED: JUDICIARY'S ROLE IN SELL-ING
PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS TO INMATES AND DETAINEES
John  D. Burrow  and  Rhys Hester  ......................................................................  3
JUST WHAT MADE DRUG COURTS SUCCESSFUL?
Judge  K evin  S. Burke  ......................................................................................... 39
TURNING HOPE-AND-CHANGE TALK INTO CLEMENCY ACTION
FOR NONVIOLENT DRUG OFFENDERS
D ouglas  A . B erm an  ............................................................................................  59
EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN: FIXING SENTENCING
BY GOING BACK TO FIRST PRINCIPLES
M a ry   P rice  ............................................................................................................. 75
THE CRIME OF GUIDELINE SENTENCING UNDERMINES
THE ROLE OF THE PROSECUTOR
B o b  B a rr  ................................................................................................................ 9 9
NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD
THE THEOCRATIC JURY ROOM: OLIVER V. QUARTERMAN
AND THE BURGEONING CIRCUIT SPLIT ON BIBLICAL
REFERENCE AND INFLUENCE IN CAPITAL SENTENCING
A m anda  C . Shoff el ................................................................................................ 113
CASE COMMENT
CONGRESS' FAILURE TO DEFINE PROCEEDS AND THE
FALLOUT AFTER UNITED STATES V. SANTOS
W illiam   T. N oonan, Jr. ......................................................................................... 133

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