37 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/nejccc37 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL ON
CRIMINAL AND CIVIL CONFINEMENT

VOLUME 37                   WINTER 2011                  NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
FoREwoRD            ....................................... ........... 1
ARTICLES
THE ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE OF THE ACCUSED'S OPPORTUNITY TO RETEST
PHYSICAL EVIDENCE IN CRIMINAL CASES
Rockne P. Harmon and Edward J Imwinkelried             ........................3
THE MASSACHUSETTS CHILD HEARSAY STATUTE AND THE
ADMISSIBILITY OF NON-TESTIMONIAL OUT-OF-COURT
STATEMENTS DESCRIBING SEXUAL ABUSE
Thomas R. Finn                             ...................... ..................33
NEJCCC SCRIBES AWARD
THE PERFECT STORM: RULE 404(B), UNEQUIVOCAL STIPULATIONS, AND OLD
CHIEF'S DICTA ON NARRATIVE INTEGRITY AND EVIDENTIARY
RICHNESS
Richard M Thompson II                          .......................................55
CASE COMMENTS
A QUEST FOR EXCULPATORY DNA EVIDENCE OR A WILD-GOOSE CHASE?
EXPANSION OF SEARCHES FOR LOST EVIDENCE UNDER
HORTON V. STATE OF MARYLAND
Nicole Dapcic                             ...............................................77
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND DUE PROCESS: CRESPO V. CRESPO AND THE NEED
FOR A HIGHER STANDARD OF PROOF
Mary Hutton           ....................................... ........103
HANDS OFF: UNITED STATES V. CRABTREE AND THE PROPER APPLICATION OF
TITLE III OF THE OMNIBUS CRIME CONTROL AND SAFE STREETS
ACT OF 1968
Nicholas J La Forge       ......................................... 123

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